On Wine Tourism Day, wineries and vineyards around the world promote the wine they make and offer special tours.
Every year on the Thursday before Labor Day, International Cabernet Sauvignon Day celebrates the world’s most widely recognized red wine grape varieties.
Each year on the second Thursday in November, International Tempranillo Day celebrates the Tempranillo. This black grape is native to Spain and used to make full-bodied red wines.
Every year on the third Friday in September, International Grenache Day creates awareness for one of the most widely planted grapes in the world.
National Pinot Noir Day on August 18th encourages wine lovers to experience one of the wine world's most versatile wines.
On October 6, National Orange Wine Day takes a bold sip of an ancient method of making of winemaking! Visit a vineyard and ask for a taste today.
National Rosé Day on the second Saturday in June each year recognizes a wine that complements many dishes.
On May 25th each year, wine lovers everywhere pour a glass of their favorite wine to celebrate National Wine Day.