The Wine Economist reflects on wine travel and wine tourism in France

Over at the (very interesting) wine blog The Wine Economist Mike Veseth has laid hands on the May issue of La Revue du Vin de France that is dedicated to wine tourism. The RVF issue’s cover boasts “the 35 best wine tour circuits”. With a Critical eye Mike inspects what is in the magazine, but also with a somewhat American eye of course: Wine Tourism à la Français[e].

We don’t always agree though. Read our comment on the BKWine Travelog Wine Travel Blog:  French wine tourism from an American perspective

A main standing waiting on a train platform

A main standing waiting on a train platform, copyright BKWine Photography

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