Butterfield & Robinson Launches Wine Portfolio

wineButterfield & Robinson reports the launch of new Wine Grand Journeys in 2014, including luxury oenological odysseys to Germany, France, Spain and Italy. The Wine Grand Journeys offer the best of a B&R biking trip, the company says, combining rides and exclusive access with luxury, allowing oenophiles to experience the best wines as they pedal between world-class vineyards. 

After the success of the Germany & France Wine Grand Journey, B&R has expanded its portfolio to include the Spain & Bordeaux Wine Grand Journey, featuring a visit to the Ysios Winery and the Italy Wine Grand Journey, offering an exclusive glimpse into three of Italy's grandest wine producers: Gaja, Sassicaia and Antinori. 

The program includes:


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Germany & France Wine Grand Journey 
8 Nights | June 1 - 9 
US$14,495 (+$2,100 Single Supplement) 

Spain & Bordeaux Wine Grand Journey 
9 Nights |May 12-21 
US$15,495 (+$2,100 Single Supplement) 

Italy Wine Grand Journey 
9 Nights | Sep 29-Oct 8 
US$16,995 (+$3,700 Single Supplement) 

The latest Wine Grand Journey trips join a roster of 12 new trips for 2014 that includes Alsace & Champagne Biking, Andalucia Biking, Atlantic France Biking, Chile Biking, Corsica Walking,Morocco Walking, Myanmar Family Multi-Active, Normandy Self-Guided Biking, Peru Family Private and Verona to Venice Bistro Biking. 

Butterfield & Robinson trips combine adventure with cultural immersion. 

Visit www.butterfield.com

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