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Luxury food holidays & wine tours with A&K

It's often said that to truly discover a place, you should first discover its food. The cuisine of a country tells you much about its history, its culture and its people, and we're big believers in sampling the local delicacies and dishes of every place we visit.

From a private wine tour of California's best vineyards to a noodle-making cookery class in Tokyo, we can design a unique food holiday or culinary tour to suit your own tastes (pun very much intended).

Take a look at our favourite food and drink holidays below, or contact one of our travel specialists to talk about the flavours you want to discover.

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"The foodie tour of Jinli Street in Chengdu was great fun. Our guides took us to a few really good places that we would not have found on our own." 
Mrs D, 2017
"We had two guides on our trip; one for a Melbourne city tour and one for a day trip around the Margaret River wineries. They were quirky characters, and both great – full of insights, knowledgeable and friendly, and never intrusive or overly directional." 
Mr A, 2019

Gourmet hideaways

Where to stay for access to the world’s greatest food and drink

COMO Castello del Nero – Tuscany, Italy 

Set in the renowned Chianti wine region, COMO Castello del Nero affords views over the bucolic landscape that are well worth toasting. Tuscany’s culinary traditions are alive at this 50-room private estate, where wine and olive oil is produced on site and a Michelin-starred restaurant serves guests sublime local fare.

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One&Only Cape Town – South Africa 

One&Only Cape Town lets you stay in luxury on the popular V&A Waterfront. On-site restaurant Nobu was founded by Michelin-starred chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa, and is sure to sate your appetite for fine dining. From this five-star base, head out to the neighbouring Cape Winelands for a taste of South Africa’s famous vineyards. Book early if you’re planning to visit during the 2020 crushing season (March-April), as this is when the wineries are at their most popular.

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