Wine Paths, one of the Wine Travel Awards 2021-2022 public voting winners in the Ambassador of the Year category, is a worldwide digital tour operator featuring luxury wine, spirits and gourmet travel experiences, representing over 350 top estates, 5-star accommodations in the vineyards, Michelin-starred restaurants, and acknowledged local travel experts in destinations such as Argentina, Australia, Chile, France, Italy, USA, Portugal, Scotland, Spain, South Africa and a few other countries.
Just recently, the White Paths team announced that a few wineries they represent have been awarded by the #BestOfWineTourism 2023 awards for the quality of their offer and services. Here’s the list of the winners.
Château de Cognac, a historical monument, part of the French History and the House of Baron Otard Cognacs, and Château Lascombes, a historical Chateau founded in the 17th century with the vineyards occupying the most sought-after plots of Margaux, have been rewarded in the Architecture and landscape category.
Château de Ferrand, an 18th-century Chateau owned by the family of Baron Marcel Bich, a visionary industrialist and founder of the company BIC, received an award in the Art and culture category. Besides its amazing wines, this winery is famous for the collection of contemporary art inspired by the brand’s products. The BIC Collection of Contemporary Art currently features nearly 200 works from international artists, both well-established and emerging.
Château Bellefont-Belcier, a famous winery located in Saint-Émilion, with the magnificent 18th century mansion hotel offering an unforgettable Bordeaux experience, won the award in the Accommodation at the property category.
And, finally, Château Fleur de Lisse and Château Fleur Cardinale, the Great Wines producers from Saint-Emilion, have been awarded for the promotion of environmental practices!
We join in with the Wine Paths and congratulate the winners! Happy to promote international wine tourism together!