Wine destinations accessible by plane

Wine is product like no other, it tells the whole story of a region, its climate, the lives of its inhabitants, their taste and their ingenuity. Find the most suitable festival for you and your friends and let us fly you privately all the way to your desired destination. 

Italy – Tuscany

Some of the top celebrations dedicated to the beloved grape happens in Tuscany. The end of summer marks the beginning of the grape harvest. Wine experts as well as amateur wine lovers will have a great time as they stroll through villages in Tuscany, glass in hand, discovering the best of one of the region’s most esteemed products. Whether it is one of the longest-running Italian grape festivals in Impruneta, Montecarlo wine festival or Chianti Classico Expo, let us help you fly there via Florence airport, which is the most suitable way to Tuscany region.

Italy – Turin

Fly to Turin, Milan or Genoa to the heart of Barolo wine country. In autumn Turin, like Florence is dressed in its finest colors to offer you an unforgettable stay in capital of the Piedmont region and former capital of Savoy. Make sure you hit Canelli for excellent Italian sausage, Barola for more wine and Govone for elegant architectural delights. Food and wine events in Piedmont seem endless in autumn. Every 2 years, in the third week of September, Slow Food holds the Salone del Gusto event in the stunningly beautiful city of Turin, where producers from all regions of Italy, as well as many others from around Europe and the world, come to show their amazing produce.

France – Bordeaux – Saint-Emilion

Visiting Bordeaux is a real treat, and one that always includes a few surprises. Visit Saint-Emilion for its superb wine or discover an extraordinary and well-preserved historic village. Located only one hour from Bordeaux airport, this medieval town is surrounded by 5,500 hectares of vines, and was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999.

Portugal – Duoro Valley

Close to Porto airport you can find the enchanted valley, as people call it because of the beauty and magic seen in the Duoro Valley. Duoro wines are produced on hillsides of cultural landscape, listed as a World Heritage Site and are easily accessible by road, by train and even by helicopter. None will leave you indifferent. Come and enjoy terraced vineyards, rabelo boats, unique and authentic dishes and most of all Port fortified wine.

Spain – La Rioja

La Rioja is a music and wine festival held in the northern Spanish city of Logroño, accesible via very close airport Logrono. Situated in the heart of one of the country’s most famous winemaking regions, the festival combines the historic industry of its home with a diverse line-up of performers. And of course, there will be free-flowing, locally produced wine on offer for the duration of the festivities to provide a welcome accompaniment to the musical performances.

Spain – Jerez de la Frontera

The Wine Harvest festival takes place also in Jerez de la Frontera in September, and coincides with the start of the wine harvest, one of the main events in the city in the southern Spain. The celebrations pay tribute to the three emblematic elements in the culture of Jerez de la Frontera: wine, horses and flamenco. Come sample typical Andalusian products via Jerez, Sevilla or Malaga airport.