Wine Tours and Wine Holidays

Whether you’re looking for a trip of a lifetime, or a relaxing long weekend, Tim Syrad Wine Tours has something to offer you.

tim-syrad-wine-tours-websiteI arrange wine tours and wine holidays all over the world, and I host them myself. My tours are a perfect complement to any longer holiday, or an opportunity for a well-deserved break. All that’s required is an interest in wine, and a desire to meet the people who create it.

I ensure that the places we visit truly reflect the character, history – and future – of their region. I make sure that we meet the people who grown the vines, make the wine and own the vineyards that we visit. We do visit famous names, but also smaller wineries, that may not be so well known but produce fabulous wine, and are owned and run by people who have a truly fascinating story to tell.

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“Our SA trip was a experience that stimulated all my senses.  The tour was superbly planned, innovative in its design and exquisitely executed. The vineyards, the food and the accommodation exceeded expectations at the experience was brought to life by Tim’s in depth knowledge and passion. I highly recommend Tim’s wine tours.”
– Lynn, Putney

“Tim Syrad’s Wine Tours are on the major highlights of my year. Tim is skilled at putting together a well-balanced and fascinating tour. We visit many vineyards that you would never find on your own.
– Olivia Freeman, Chiswick

Tim’s wine tours are great! We’ve been on many of them, from the very first one to Champagne, the first long haul tour to South Africa and on to train journeys up the Duero. Best of all wherever the destination or whatever the weather the highlight is always Tim’s engaging style and encyclopaedic knowledge that transforms trips round wineries into learning adventures.”
– Andy King, Cholsey

Each tour brings its own range of wonderful memories. For instance, what could be nicer than being served delicious wines made from the vines which surround you using an oak barrel as a table, with magnificent views of the Pyrenees. Or discussing the 1961 vintage of Barolo, in the village of the same name, with the man who had picked the grapes and then tasting that wine.”
– Mick and Helen Moore, Blewbury