Domestic holiday destinations such as wineries looking hot for 2020
It’s the Kimberlys, Hunter Valley, Barossa, Northern Territory and Tasmania are looking like the top destinations to visit once the COVID-19 travel restrictions ease. Vyne is onboarding wineries and their experiences to maximise bookings to the area.
Australian’s typically travel overseas at this time of year to explore cultures, foods and wines particularly in Japan or Europe. They seek vibrant holidays full of adventure and the outdoors.
This year is a bit different though with Australian’s looking to experience more of what regional areas have to offer. This includes food and wine experiences in their local area as well as road trips to new regional spaces that are accessible for weekend getaways. There’s nothing like a paddock to plate experience!
Christmas this year might mean splurging out on boutique accommodation in the Hunter Valley or Barossa Valley. This comes with sipping on wines and filling our bellies with local foods until the year closes out. This doesn’t sound too bad if you ask me!
It’s a great time to makeover the cellar door to begin welcoming customers again after what was a devastating start to the year for the industry.
It’s no doubt been tough but it is a time for business owners to regroup and understand more about their customers. More and more users are looking for instant gratification online
Vyne can provide a wine country escape with tastings for groups or cheese and wine specialties for two. You can also enjoy a walking experience, that involves a tour around the vineyard grounds and cellar door.
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