Wine Region Guides

Your own region guide where wine product is the hero

 

Uncovering wine experiences to inspire visitation


Wine filters, enhanced winery information and visibility for wine related activities
helping you attract visitors to your region.

Attract visitors and encourage exploration

Uncover memorable wine experiences and curate wine trails to get visitors exploring.

Facilitating easy planning

Your audience can filter and find what suits their needs, bookmark favourites, see what’s nearby, then follow an itinerary on-the-ground.

Supporting wine specific searching

Filter by wine types on offer at wineries, or quickly see which wineries have cellar doors.

Supercharged content powered by ATDW

Your guide comes to life populated with ATDW listings from your region. Drawing on the new wine related enhancements to the ATDW database, winery product now display a range of new attributes; wine varietals, new cuisine types, facilities, accreditations, wine making practices and many more.

How it works

Get an ATDW licence You need to have an ATDW Distributors Licence to get started. Choose your region Tell us which wine region you would like to include. Customise We add your branding to our standard wine template.

Populate with food & wine listings Your guide will automatically display all ATDW food & wine listings from within your selected region. Select complementary listings You choose which 'See' & 'Stay' product to display. Create trails & itineraries Use our itinerary builder to curate your own wine trails.

Easily embed within your website

Our iFrame embed code can be added to any website CMS, then you’re ready to go!

Pricing

Contact us to get subscription price details.

 

A Wine Australia initiative

Wine Australia has invested $750,000 in improvements to the Australian Tourism Data Warehouse (ATDW) national online platform to develop wine-related functionality and help wineries more effectively market their businesses and increase their online exposure through tourism distribution networks.

The initiative, supported by the Australian Government’s Export and Regional Wine Support Package (the $50m Package), is targeted at attracting more tourists to Australia’s wine regions and growing wine exports.

New wine-related features have been added to the existing food and drink category to promote cellar doors and experiences.