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Tour de Vin 2024

Es ist schon einige Zeit her, dass Winzer Peter Dolle die Idee zur TOUR DE VIN hatte. Heuer, 30 Jahre später, wollen wir dieses großartige Jubiläum gemeinsam mit Ihnen feiern. Reisen Sie zu Ihren Lieblings-ÖTW-Winzer*innen, entdecken Sie Neues und bringen Sie Ihren Geschmack auf Touren!

Start am Freitagnachmittag Den glanzvollen Auftakt macht WEIN IM THEATER . Im stilvollen Ambiente des Stadttheaters Baden können Sie die ÖTW Orts- und Erste-Lagen-Weine aus der Thermenregion, aus Wien und dem Carnuntum verkosten. 15-20 Uhr

Tour am Samstag und Sonntag Am Wochenende laden die 41 Mitglieder der ÖTW-Regionen Kremstal, Kamptal, Traisental und Wagram zu den  OFFENEN KELLERTOUREN ein. Bei vielfältigem Rahmenprogramm können Sie verkosten, plaudern und die edlen Tropfen natürlich auch erwerben. 10-18 Uhr

Legendäres am Samstagabend Für alle Jungen und Junggebliebenen findet wie jedes Jahr die MAGNUM  PARTY statt. Achtung: diesmal in der Minoritenkirche in Krems-Stein! Feiern Sie mit Max Shelly & Band und danach mit Hits von DJ Didi Hiedler aka Terra Cotta. Für Stärkung für zwischendurch verkauft die Tyzzeria aus Krems ihre neapolitanischen Pizzen. (Eintritt mit aktuellem Button € 20 / ohne € 40 - nur Abendkassa, kein Vorverkauf). 20:30-1 Uhr

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EINTRITT 2024 IM VORVERKAUF (VVK) um 5 Euro günstiger (€ 30,- statt 35,-). Das VVK-Ticket wird entweder in Baden oder bei den Weingütern gegen einen Tour de Vin-Button eingetauscht, er ist an allen drei Tagen gültig! Vor Ort, entweder im Stadttheater Baden oder im ersten Weingut, das Sie besuchen, kostet der Button € 35,-.

FREITAG Sie wollen die TOUR DE VIN in Baden am Freitag starten? HIER gleich das VVK-Ticket sichern (verfügbar bis 2. Mai)

WOCHENENDE Sie wollen Samstag und/oder Sonntag bei den offenen Kellertouren teilnehmen? HIER für das VVK-Ticket klicken (verfügbar bis 3. Mai)

NEU: SHUTTLEBUSSE! Am Samstag und Sonntag fahren große Shuttlebusse auf vier Routen mit Umsteigemöglichkeit zu allen Weingütern - und das gratis für Tour de Vin-Besucher *!

Bitte für nähere Info auf die Buslinien klicken: Kremstal Bus 1 Rot Kamptal Bus 2 Grün Wagram Bus 3 Gelb Krems und Traisental Bus 4 Blau Busroute Übersichtskarte

*Da wir noch noch keine Erfahrung haben, wie viel Kapazitäten benötigt werden, besteht keine Mitnahmegarantie. Die Haltestellen sind, wenn nicht direkt vor den Weingütern, die der öffentlichen Busse, die unter diesen Namen auch auf Google Maps zu finden sind. In Krems stehen die Busse am Bahnhof Ost, also rechts vom Bahnhof rauskommend. Das Busunternehmen ist Zwölferreisen.

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TOUR DE VIN 2023, ein Genuss Highlight der Region Donau. Besucher:innen können sich im Kamptal, Kremstal, Traisental, Wagram, Wien, Carnuntum und der Thermenregion von Weingut zu Weingut durchkosten, die Winzer:innen hinter den Weinen kennenlernen und bei dieser Gelegenheit auch gleich die eigene Weinsammlung erweitern. Weiters wird ein umfangreiches Rahmenprogramm von Kellerführungen bis hin zu Spezialitäten-Verkostungen angeboten. Auftakt ist am Freitagnachmittag im Stadttheater Baden, wo erstmals die Thermenregion als neues Mitgliedsgebiet der Traditionweingüter ihre Weine präsentieren wird.

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Am Samstag und am Sonntag öffnen die Weingüter vom Traisental bis nach Carnuntum ihre Kellertore. Jedes ÖTW-Mitglied hat sich etwas Spezielles für seine Besucher:innen überlegt. Das Programm variiert von Riedenwanderungen, Kellerführungen, dem Auftritt von Gastwinzer:innen, Kunstausstellungen, Spezialitäten-Verkostungen, von Gerichten der Haubenküche bis hin zu Foodtrucks und vieles noch mehr.

Hier die wichtigsten Informationen nochmals zusammengefasst:

Termin:   5. Mai 2023, 15-20 Uhr: Auftakt im Theater Baden mit den ÖTW.Thermenregions-Winzern 6. und 7. Mai 2023, 10-18 Uhr: Offene Kellertüren bei den ÖTW.Betrieben im Kamptal, Kremstal, Traisental, Wagram, Wien und Carnuntum

Eintritt:  Der Tour de Vin-Button um € 30,– ist im Stadttheater Baden und in jedem Weingut erhältlich und berechtigt zur Verkostung an allen drei Tagen.

Rahmenprogramme  mit notwendiger Anmeldung sind extra gekennzeichnet

Magnum Party:  6. Mai, 20:30 bis 1 Uhr, im Kloster und in Krems an der Donau. Eintritt mit Tour de Vin-Button € 20,-, ohne Button € 30,-. Voranmeldung nicht notwendig, aber sicherheitshalber nicht zu spät kommen!

Shuttles  können aus organisatorischen Gründen (zu weitläufiges Gebiet) leider nicht angeboten werden

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Gegründet wurde der Winzer-Zusammenschluss 1991 in den Donau-Regionen Kamptal und Kremstal. Insgesamt 17 Weingüter starteten damals ein Pilot-Projekt mit dem Ziel der Klassifizierung von österreichischen Weinbergen; über die Jahre wuchsen sie zu einem Verein mit aktuell 90 Mitgliedern heran. Mit der Klassifikation versuchen die ÖTW, Weinliebhaber:innen in einem komplexen Umfeld von Herkunftsbezeichnungen und Lagen ein Orientierungssystem zu bieten.

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Dank rund sechs Jahren Digital-Agenturerfahrung hat Tanja bereits mit Unternehmen aus unterschiedlichsten Branchen gearbeitet. Ihre Begeisterung galt dabei schon immer dem Food & Beverage Sektor. Als strategischer Lead des Digital Teams lässt sie nun bei Wine+Partners seit zwei Jahren dieses gesammelte Know-how mit dem Wissen aus ihrem Masterstudium „Internationales Weinmarketing“ zusammenfließen.

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unserer aktuellen Jahrgänge, also der Schlosskellerei & Domaene Weine 2023, unserer Ortsweine 2023 & Einzellagen 2022 und der Ersten Lagen nach 18 Monaten Fassreife 2022

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Schmöckern und genießen bei den Traditionsweingütern Österreich

Die Traditionsweingüter Österreich gehören zu den besten Winzern des Landes und laden jedes Jahr zu ihrer fabelhaften Wein-Verkostungstour ein.  Neben den Betrieben in den Weinregionen Kamptal, Kremstal, Traisental und Wagram sind heuer auch Wien und Carnuntum sowie erstmals die neun ÖTW-Winzer der Thermenregion mit dabei.  Seit vielen Jahren findet die Tour de Vin am ersten Wochenende im Mai statt und ist ein absolutes Highlight für alle vinophilen Genießer. Der Zusammenschluss der Traditionsweingüter Österreich besteht  aus über 70 Top-Winzern, die sich der Vinifizierung herkunftsbetonter Erste Lagen-Weine verschrieben haben. Die Tour de Vin ist eine einzigartige Gelegenheit, die besten Weine Österreichs zu verkosten und dabei die Landschaft und Kultur der Wein-Regionen kennenzulernen. Neben den Verkostungen bieten die Traditionsweingüter auch Führungen durch die Weingärten und Kellereien an. Seien Sie dabei, wenn die Traditionsweingüter Österreich zur Tour de Vin bitten und lassen Sie sich von der fabelhaften Welt des österreichischen Weins verzaubern. Hier das Programm und weitere Informationen.

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TOUR DE VIN 2023

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Anfang Mai auf die Tour de Vin, wenn die besten Winzer des Landes auf eine vinophile Landpartie der Extraklasse laden. Ein ganzes Wochenende in Weingüter schnuppern, den neuen Jahrgang probieren, mit den Winzern plaudern und den eigenen Weinkeller auffüllen. Zu Führungen durch Keller, Wanderungen durch Rieden, Workshops und Vernissagen aufbrechen und mit Kulinarik vom Feinsten in Heurigen, Haubenküchen, Restaurants und Food-Trucks belohnt werden. Und samstags auf ins Kloster nach Krems, wenn jeder teilnehmende Winzer seinen Lieblingswein zur Magnum-Party mitbringt. In der Magnumflasche versteht sich!

So viele waren es noch nie. Wenn 77 Top-Winzer der Traditionsweingüter Österreich ihre Türen und Tore öffnen und zur Verkostung bitten, dann kommen die Weinfreunde gerne!

Termin 5. Mai 2023, 15–20 Uhr Auftakt im Theater Baden mit den ÖTW.Thermenregions-Winzern

6. und 7. Mai 2023, 10–18 Uhr Offene Kellertüren bei den ÖTW.Betrieben im Kamptal, Kremstal, Traisental, Wagram, Wien und Carnuntum

Eintritt Der „Tour de Vin“-Button um € 30,– ist im Stadttheater Baden (Abendkassa am 5. Mai) und in jedem Weingut erhältlich und berechtigt zur Verkostung an allen drei Tagen. Es ist keine Anmeldung notwendig!

Vorverkauf über EVENTIM. Die ausgedruckten Tickets einfach gegen Buttons im Stadttheater Baden oder bei den Weingütern einlösen. Magnum Party: 6. Mai, 20.30 bis 1 Uhr, im Kloster Und, Krems an der Donau. Eintritt mit „Tour de Vin“-Button € 20,–, ohne Button € 30,–. Voranmeldung nicht notwendig, aber sicherheitshalber nicht zu spät kommen!

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March 24, 2022. Written by Franz Türk.

Stroll from winery to winery, get an overview of the character of the new vintage in convivial company, meet winemakers and take this opportunity to fill your own wine cellar.

Date : May 6, 2023 – May 7, 2023 Time : 10am-6pm Place/town : Winery Türk - Kirchengasse 16 -3552 Stratzing

During the two days, an extensive supporting programme is offered, for which each member has come up with something special. Many wineries will take the opportunity to present friendly winegrowers and their wines from home and abroad. You can look forward to vineyard walks, cellar tours, art exhibitions, speciality tastings, jazz brunches, suckling pig breakfasts and many more culinary delights - to name just a few of the additional offers. An enjoyable weekend is in store.

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The 20th Annual Le Tour de Vin

June 8, 2024  |  6:30 pm - 10:00 pm, the riverwind casino, showplace theatre  |  norman, we've created a whole new website with all the information you need to reserve your place to join us for wonderful wines, whiskey and food click on the button below to visit the new site at  letourdevin.org.

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Le Tour de Vin

Local Chapter Event – Norman Oklahoma

June 10, 2023

The 19th Annual Le Tour de Vin is a joint effort of the Cross Timbers, Legacy, Norman and Sooner Rotary Clubs, along with the Republic National Distributing Company. Event is being held next to the University of Oklahoma at the Noun Hotel.

It is a festival of fine wine tasting, food sampling, and silent and live auctions to benefit The Share Center and Rotary projects.

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19th Annual Le Tour de Vin

Sat Jun 10 2023 at 06:30 pm to 10:00 pm

NOUN Hotel | Norman, OK

19th Annual Le Tour de Vin

Welcome to the 19th Annual Le Tour de Vin, where wine lovers unite for a night of indulgence! Join us on Saturday, June 10th, 2023 at 6:30 PM at the Noun Hotel (542 South University Boulevard, Norman, OK 73069) for an unforgettable evening.

Get ready to sip on some of the finest wines as you stroll through our wine-tasting stations. You'll have the opportunity to sample a wide variety of wines from around the world, all while enjoying the company of fellow wine enthusiasts. Our event will also feature delicious hors d'oeuvres and live music, creating the perfect ambiance for a night of wine and fun.

This year’s Le Tour de Vin funds will help Food and Shelter build making it possible to serve double the 15,000 they currently serve. The Share Center will host a free grocery store for struggling families to come shop for food in a grocery store like setting. Guests of The Share Center will have access to healthy foods specific to their family needs including proteins, fresh produce and dairy. Alongside this beacon of health and hope will be a resource center aimed at helping struggling families access housing resources, Veterans benefits, Legal Aid, Social Security, food stamps, health care and more. The Share Center employs the philosophy of Rotary; Service Above Self. This building will allow service in a more empowering and efficient way with the added bonus of the great gift of hope.

Le Tour De Vin is a powerful collaboration of the Cross Timbers, Sooner, Norman Noon and Legacy Rotary clubs to raise money for our current beneficiary, The Share Center.

Don't miss out on this amazing event! Grab your friends and family and come join us for the 19th Annual Le Tour de Vin. See you there!

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In a similar fashion to stage 5 won by Mark Cavendish, where he made history with a record-breaking 35th Tour de France stage win , stage 6 was a day for the sprinters won by Dylan Groenewegen (Jayco AlUla) in Dijon . There were no changes to the top spots in the GC standings led by Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates), who felt the 163.5km race from Mâcon to Dijon was somewhat stressful.

Pogačar moved back into the yellow leader's jersey after the first major mountain test on stage 4 at the Tour de France . On that day, he attacked his biggest rivals near the summit of the final climb over the Col du Galibier and went on to secure a solo win in Valloire, returning into the lead of the GC Standings.

Over the following two sprint stages, Pogačar has maintained his overall race lead by 45 seconds over Remco Evenepoel (Soudal-QuickStep). However, the GC leader believes that stage 7, which is the first time trial of the Grand Tour, could shake up the general classification in favour of Evenepoel, the reigning World Champion in the discipline.

The time trial will take place across a 25.3km route from Nuits-Saint-Georges to Gevrey-Chambertin that includes an uphill rise to Reulle-Vergy over 1600 metres at a 6.1% average gradient in the opening half of the stage.

Two-time Tour defending champion Jonas Vingegaard (Visma-Lease a Bike) is currently in third place overall, 50 seconds back. He was the only rider who could initially match Pogačar on the climb up Galibier on stage 4, but he was distanced over the top. He will be looking to gain time, and certainly to limit any time losses, during the stage 7 individual time trial.

Juan Ayuso (UAE Team Emirates) is positioned 1:10 behind his teammate and overall leader, Pogačar, in fourth place.

Primož Roglič (Red Bull-Bora-Hansgrohe) struggled on stage 4's Col du Galibier, yo-yo-ing off the back of the main contenders' group until he was distanced over the top. He managed to power back into the main chase group on the descent, moving up into fifth overall, and is 1:14 back. He is also a powerful time trialist as the Olympic Champion in the discipline and could use this stage to gain time back on Pogačar.

Carlos Rodríguez was Ineos Grenaiers' sole survivor up front on the Galibier on stage 4 and heads into the stage 7 time trial in sixth place overall at 1:16 back.

Mikel Landa (Soudal-QuickStep) is in seventh place overall at 1:32 back. João Almeida (UAE Team Emirates), one of Pogačar's biggest supporters on the climbs, is now in eighth place at the same time as Landa.

Giulio Ciccone (Lidl-Trek) is in ninth place at 3:20 back, while Egan Bernal (Ineos Grenadiers) rounds out the top 10 at 3:21 back.

Cycling fans can anticipate the stage 7 individual time trial will re-order the top 10 in the GC standings.

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Mark Cavendish claims record-breaking 35th career Tour de France stage win

Mark Cavendish crosses the finish line and raises a fist in the air

SAINT-VULBAS, France — Mark Cavendish wrote a new chapter of Tour de France history in what is expected to be his last appearance at cycling’s biggest race.

The veteran Isle of Man sprinter broke Eddy Merckx’s long-standing record for most career  Tour de France  stage wins with his 35th victory on Wednesday.

The 39-year-old Cavendish sprinted for the win in the fifth stage of the Tour, pulling away some 100 meters from the line despite being bunched in. He crossed the line ahead of Jasper Philipsen and then celebrated with teammates.

Norwegian rider Alexander Kristoff, who had crashed earlier, finished third. They were given the same time of 4 hours, 8 minutes, 46 seconds.

Sixteen years after his first Tour stage win, Cavendish spoke of his constant hunger for victory.

“I always needed to win one more,” said Cavendish, who was joined by his children on the podium. “It takes a lot to get there every year. I’ve got incredible people around me.”

Two-time champion  Tadej Pogacar  narrowly avoided a crash and finished nestled in the main pack in 35th place. While Pogacar retained the race leader’s yellow jersey, the day belonged to Cavendish.

He  equaled Merckx’s mark  of 34 wins during the 2021 Tour and went close to No. 35 in the seventh stage last year when he was narrowly beaten by Philipsen. He crashed a day later and broke his right collarbone.

Merckx, the Belgian considered the most dominant rider in cycling history, won his 34 individual stages at the Tour from 1969-75.

Cavendish’s decision to give it one more shot paid off.

“I just wanted to get the run-in to do it. I’m a little bit in disbelief. Astana put a big gamble on this year to make sure we’re good at the Tour de France,” Cavendish said. “We’ve done it.”

With his 2023 race ending early, Cavendish decided to put off retirement by a year and came back to try again.

Finally, Cavendish made cycling history, after winning his first Tour stage back in 2008.

Other riders were happy for Cavendish, with several stopping to speak with or hug him after the 177.4-kilometer (110-mile) leg from Saint-Jean-De-Maurienne to Saint-Vulbas

Merckx amassed his wins in an era during which his domination was such that he earned the nickname “The Cannibal.” Unlike Merckx, one of four riders to win the Tour five times, Cavendish has never won the overall title, or come close.

But Cavendish’s longevity among his fellow Tour sprinters has no equal.

He won the Tour de France best sprinter’s green jersey twice. He also won stages at all three Grand Tours — the others are the Giro d’Italia and Spanish Vuelta — and became a world champion in 2011.

Cavendish joined Astana after his contract with Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl expired and he was overlooked for the 2022 Tour.

Cavendish had faced a difficult start to this Tour. During the first stage, he appeared to struggle with stomach and heat issues.

“I know how it works, my trainer and everyone around me knows how it is,” Cavendish said. “I’ve done 15 Tours de France. I don’t like to have bad days, I don’t like to suffer but I know it’s just in the head and to push through it.”

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Meanwhile, Pogacar has another flat stage to get through safely Thursday, having  reclaimed the leader’s jersey  Tuesday with a brilliant attack near the top of the race’s first big mountain pass.

On Wednesday, he was simply relieved to avoid crashing.

“We were in the bunch and then suddenly something came up in the middle from nowhere. The guys in front of me braked and we touched wheels a little bit, but luckily I escaped,” he said. “I reacted on instinct and was very lucky.”

The 25-year-old Slovenian  leads overall by 45 seconds  from Tour debutant Remco Evenepoel, the Vuelta and world champion in 2022. Pogacar is 50 seconds ahead of two-time defending champion  Jonas Vingegaard  — the Danish rider who was badly injured in  a high-speed crash  at the Tour of Basque Country in early April.

Pogacar is aiming for the rare Giro-Tour double, and for his third Tour title after wins in 2020 and 2021. The last rider to win the Giro and the Tour the same year was the late Marco Pantani in 1998.

Wednesday’s stage saw Clement Russo and Matteo Vercher forming a breakaway after 35 kilometers (22 miles).

Given that French riders won the first two stages through  Romain Bardet  and  Kevin Vauquelin , this may have motivated them. With rain falling, Russo and Vercher were caught with 36 kilometers (22 miles) left.

Stage 6 on Thursday is again suited for sprinters, going through vineyards to Dijon on a mainly flat trek of around 100 miles. The first individual time trial is on Friday.

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Tour de France 2024 stage-by-stage guide: Route maps and profiles for all 21 days

T he 2024 Tour de France is a truly unique race beginning in Florence and ending – for the first time in its 121-year history – outside Paris .

This year’s Tour will wrap up without the usual procession to the Champs-Elysees, where security resources will be focused on the Paris Olympics starting five days later. Instead, organisers have opted to end the race with an individual time-trial in Nice, adding the possibility of the yellow jersey changing hands on a dramatic final day.

Before that, riders face a typically gruelling challenge, with a hilly start in Italy before crossing to France where a perilous gravel stage awaits in Troyes. Week two leads the peloton south to the Pryenees and the monstrous Col du Tourmalet, before a series of days in the Alps including a particularly brutal stage 19 with a summit finish in Isola.

It all concludes in Nice on Sunday 21 July, where the race winner will be crowned.

Stage 1: Florence to Rimini (hilly, 206km) | Saturday 29 June

The opening stage of the 2024 Tour de France will be a beautiful ride, starting with the Grand Depart on the banks of the Arno river in the centre of Florence before heading through Tuscany to the finish line on Italy’s east coast, on the beachfront of Rimini. The route also takes in San Marino, the Tour’s 13th country. But it will be tough on what is the most hilly first stage in the race’s history with 3,600m of climbing to conquer. It could be a day for Tadej Pogacar to immediately make his mark, or for an outstanding classics rider like Mathieu van der Poel to target, while young puncheurs like Ireland’s Ben Healy and Belgium’s Maxim Van Gils could be outside bets.

  • Stage 1: Romain Bardet shakes off peloton to finally claim yellow jersey

Stage 2: Cesenatico to Bologna, (hilly, 199km) | Sunday 30 June

The second day throws up a more gentle ride, though it still contains six categorised climbs to test the legs. The purest sprinters will get left behind but the small ascents are unlikely to put off the more hardy fast men, like Wout van Aert , who will like the look of the fast finish in Bologna.

  • Stage 2: Kevin Vauquelin earns debut win as Tadej Pogacar assumes yellow

Stage 3: Plaisance to Turin (flat, 231km) | Monday 1 July

The long third stage will be the first opportunity for a bunch sprint to the finish line. Expect Alpecin-Deceuninck to try and control the final kilometres in an effort to position Jasper Philipsen for the win, but there is a stacked list of sprinters ready to challenge him including Arnaud de Lie, Dylan Groenewegen, Sam Bennett, Wout van Aert and Mark Cavendish, chasing a record 35th stage win to finally eclipse the great Eddy Merckx.

  • Stage 3: Biniam Girmay makes history as first black African to win a Tour stage

Stage 4: Pinerolo to Valloire (mountainous, 140km) | Tuesday 2 July

A tough fourth stage takes the riders into France via a couple of testing category-two climbs and to the foot of the Col du Galibier – the first hors categorie ascent of the race. The gradient averages only 5.3% but at 23km long, it is a draining slog of a climb to the top and the strongest climbers will come to the fore. Expect some attacks among the big hitters like Tadej Pogacar and Jonas Vingegaard as we get our first real sense of the battle for overall victory.

  • Stage 4: Tadej Pogacar makes statement with dominant win to regain yellow

Stage 5: Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne to Saint-Vulbas (flat, 177km) | Wednesday 3 July

The second sprint finish of this year’s Tour contains some small hills but nothing that should disrupt the power riders from reaching the finish near the front, where they will expect to battle for victory.

  • Stage 5: Mark Cavendish makes history with record-breaking 35th win

Stage 6: Macon to Dijon (flat, 163km) | Thursday 4 July

An even flatter day looks ripe for a bunch sprint on the streets of Dijon. One small categorised climb early in the stage precedes an intermediate sprint which might be targeted by those hunting the green jersey, and a breakaway will almost certainly then take to the front of the race. But it is likely to be caught by the sprinters’ teams before the finish as the peloton’s power riders fight for the stage win.

  • Stage 6 guide: Sprinters set to shine in Burgundy wine country

Stage 7: Nuits-Saint-Georges to Gevrey-Chambertin, (ITT, 25km) | Friday 5 July

The first individual time-trial of this year’s Tour de France sweeps through thick forest before opening out into the picturesque vineyards of Burgundy. The only climb is the short Cote de Curtil-Vergy (1.6km at 6.1%), followed by a descent into Gevrey-Chambertin, and here Remco Evenepoel – the reigning time-trial world champion – will plan to take some time from his general classification rivals who are less adept against the clock.

Stage 8: Semur-en-Auxois to Colombey-les-Deux-Eglises (flat, 176km) | Saturday 6 July

It may be officially listed as a flat day, but stage eight contains five categorised climbs and plenty more undulation, along with an uphill drag to the finish which should be enough to shake out some of the pure sprinters from contention. This could be a bunch sprint, a day for the breakaway or even a bold solo attack if the situation presents itself for an opportunist near the front of the race.

Stage 9: Troyes to Troyes (hilly, 199km) | Sunday 7 July

The Tour de France takes on the gravel roads of the Champagne region to see out the first week, and the white dusty terrain could take down a few unfortunate victims. The 14 sections of gravel span 32km in all, and they are similar to the roads of the iconic Italian race, Strade-Bianche. The past winners of Strade-Bianche – Tom Pidcock, Mathieu van der Poel, Wout van Aert and Tadej Pogacar – will fancy their chances here.

Rest day: Orleans | Monday 8 July

Stage 10: Orleans to Saint-Amand-Montrond (flat, 187km) | Tuesday 9 July

The Tour heads down to the centre of France, where on paper it is a nice-looking day for the sprinters, but they will need to stay alert to winds which could split the pack along this twisting route south to Saint-Amand-Montrond in the Loire Valley. A short, sharp climb 8km from the finish could be the launchpad for a brave attack, though the muscle men of the peloton will hope to fight it out against each other at the finish in Saint-Amand-Montrond.

Stage 11: Evaux-les-Bains to Le Lioran, (mountainous, 211km) | Wednesday 10 July

Six categorised climbs pepper a hard up-and-down day through the Massif Central. The third-from-last ascent is the toughest, the Puy Mary Pas de Peyrol (5.4km at 8.1%), with a painfully steep final 2km to conquer, and strong climbing legs will be needed to win the stage. A good day for a breakaway to escape and potentially stay away to the end.

Stage 12: Aurillac to Villeneuve-sur-Lot, (flat, 204km) | Thursday 11 July

The ‘flat’ categorisation disguises the numerous small hills dotted through this picturesque route to Villeneuve which will drain legs if the pace is high. Expect a determined breakaway to make it difficult for those teams hoping to set up a bunch sprint at the finish – twice before, the day has been won by a rider in the breakaway here.

Stage 13: Agen to Pau, (flat, 165km) | Friday 12 July

Pau is a staple of the Tour de France over the years, acting as the gateway to the Pyrenees mountains. The hilly finish to the stage might slow down some of the pure sprinters but they will be determined to reel in a breakaway – especially if they failed to do so a day earlier, and with so much hard climbing to come.

Stage 14: Pau to Saint-Lary-Soulan Pla d’Adet, (mountainous, 152km) | Saturday 13 July

The iconic Col du Tourmalet stands in the middle of this mountain stage, with the road peaking at 2,115m above sea level. The 19km climb averages 7.4% gradient and once it’s conquered, two more big climbs await including a summit finish at Pla d’Adet. The GC contenders will surely trade blows on this brutal day.

Stage 15: Loudenvielle to Plateau de Beille (mountainous, 198km) | Sunday 14 July

A nice relaxing weekend in the Pyrenees is rounded off with five climbs over a 200km route, all rated category one or harder. Expect fireworks among the yellow jersey contenders as they race to the finish atop Plateau de Beille.

Rest day: Gruissan | Monday 15 July

Stage 16: Gruissan to Nimes (flat, 189km) | Tuesday 16 July

This is the final chance for the sprinters to bag a stage before the road kicks up into the mountains once more. Those in contention for the win will need to keep their composure as roundabouts punctuate the long final strip into the line in Nimes.

Stage 17: Saint-Paul-Trois-Chateaux to Superdevoluy (mountainous, 178km) | Wednesday 17 July

The peloton reaches the Alps for a day that will be draining as the road tilts from the start. There are bonus seconds to be collected at the top of the category-one Col du Noyer, before a fast descent to a small summit finish which caps a tough second half to this stage.

Stage 18: Gap to Barcelonnette (hilly, 180km) | Thursday 18 July

A breakaway will certainly have a go at escaping up the road to clinch this stage, and they should be able to make it stick. The five official climbs are all category-three ascents which might mean some of the well-rounded sprinters, like Wout van Aert, can clamber over them and be a threat at the finish.

Stage 19: Embrun to Isola 2000 (mountainous, 145km) | Friday 19 July

Perhaps the most eye-catching stage when the 2014 route was unveiled was this one: three monstrous Alpine climbs, back to back, with a summit finish at Isola. The middle climb of the trio is the giant Cime de la Bonette (22.9km at 6.9%), the highest road in France at 2,802m. If the fight for the yellow jersey is still alive at this point in the race, this will be a thrilling stage for the story to unfold.

Stage 20: Nice to Col de la Couillole (mountainous, 133km) | Saturday 20 July

It may be a little shorter at only 133km, but this is another brutally tough mountain stage featuring four climbs and another summit finish, atop the Col de la Couillole, and it is another day when the yellow jersey could be won or lost.

Stage 21: Monaco to Nice (ITT, 34km) | Sunday 21 July

The race will finish without the usual procession through Paris and instead see the riders contest an individual time-trial from Monaco to Nice that could decide the outcome of the Tour. The last time-trial finale saw Greg Lemond pinch the yellow jersey on the Champs-Elysees, beating Laurent Fignon by eight seconds. This route is longer than the stage-seven time-trial, and a little more hilly too, so there is potential for some significant time gaps.

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Our 2023 Tour de Vin tee is now available exclusively at The General Classification. As usual we have paired each stage of the Tour de France with a local wine and this year to the sound track of our favourite 90s grunge band. 

Take a look below at The GC teams pairings and purchase the T-Shirt here .

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Get ready to raise your glasses and embark on a delightful journey across France. This year's selection is nothing short of impressive, offering a little something for everyone's taste buds. From the crisp and refreshing Txakoli from the Basque country to the elegant and aromatic Riesling from Alsace.

Whether you're a seasoned wine connoisseur or just starting to dip your toes into the vineyard, there's no doubt that this year's wine lineup will leave you pleasantly surprised. So sit back, relax, and let us take you on an adventure filled with swirling aromas, tantalising flavours, and maybe even a few unexpected surprises along the way. 

Stage 1 Bilbao – Bilbao:  Gorka Izagirre, G22, Txakolí de Bizkaia Stage 2 Vitoria-Gasteiz – San Sebastián:  Zudugarai, Antxiola, Txakolí de Getaria Stage 3 Amorebieta-Etxano – Bayonne:  Jean-Claude Berrouet 'Herri Mina' Blanc Stage 4 Dax – Nogaro:  Domaine de Marquestau 'M' Rouge Stage 5 Pau – Laruns:  Clos Lapeyre Jurancon Sec 2020 Stage 6 Tarbes – Cauterets:  Vignobles Marie Maria, Grevière, Madiran, 2016 Stage 7 Mont-de-Marsan – Bordeaux:  Chateau Haut-Batailley, Pauillac, 2019 Stage 8 Libourne – Limoges:  Martial Richard Crémant de Limoux Stage 9 Saint-Leonard-de-Noblat – Puy de Dôme:  Pinot Noir, Puy de Dôme, Cave Saint-Verny 2020 Stage 10 Saint-Ours-les-Roches – Issoire:  Domaine Annie Charmensat Cotes d'Auvergne Prelude Rouge 2021 Stage 11 Clermont-Ferrand – Moulins:  Les Berioles Autochtone 2020 Stage 12 Roanne – Belleville-en-Beaujolais:  Dominique Piron Beaujolais-Villages Lantignié 'Fructus Agapè' Stage 13 Châtillon-sur-Chalaronne – Grand Colombier:  Jean-Yves Sonnery Beaujolais-Villages 2022 Stage 14 Annemasse – Morzine:  Maison Philippe Grisard Crémant de Savoie 2017 Stage 15 Les Gets – Saint-Gervais Mont Blanc:  Domaine St-Germain 'Par Dela Les Versants' Blanc 2018 Stage 16 Passy – Combloux:  Chignin Vers Les Alpes, Jean-François Quénard 2022 Stage 17 Saint-Gervais Mont Blanc – Courchevel:  Ermes Pavese, 'Blanc de Morgex et de la Salle', Vallée d’Aoste, 2020 Stage 18 Moûtiers – Bourg-en-Bresse:  Bugey-Cerdon Méthode Ancestrale Demi-Sec Rosé, Cave Wojtkowiak Stage 19 Moirans-en-Montagne – Poligny:  Arbois, Savagnin Amphore, Domaine Tissot 2019 Stage 20 Belfort – Le Markstein:  Cave de Ribeauvillé, Riesling Grand Cru Osterberg 2019 Stage 21 Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines – Paris:  La Bouche du Roi 'Abondance' Pinot Noir

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I cannot believe that this was our 19th official tour – and our third visit back to the Loire Valley in France for the Loire Tour du Vin 2023.

We had a brilliant party of fifteen tourists on this trip on our driving tour from the UK to Loire Valley – spending three days wine tasting to tick off many of the main appellations of this fabulous wine region, that often gets put in the shadow of many of the other French regions.

On Day 1 of the trip, the tourists assembled in Jasnières, an appellation that i had not heard of before arriving on this trip. We visited Domaine de Belliviere , that was a very small producer, that had a nice selection of wines, a couple of which feature in Michelin star restaurants in London. The Chenin blanc grape is very suitable for ‘spicey’ meals, so features in some of the more gourmet curry houses in London.

We then moved onto the more familiar Loire space of Vouvray, where we returned to Marc Bredif – an estate with an extensive range of wines, from fizz, white, red and sweet. As you can see from one of the photos below, there wine cellars are amazing, where they hold some of their sweet wine , called Nectar, back to their oldest vintage of 1893.

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Day 2 we headed back West originally to Savennieres, to visit the super duper estate of Domaines des Baumard , where we were looked after by Florent Baumard and his son Charles. This really was a masterclass of knowledge – and the group certainly learnt a huge amount and we look forward to relisting Florent’s wines in the very near future.

Then we head towards Saumur for a tasting at Langlois Chateau – a pretty famous estate, primarily dealing with sparkling wines. It was very interesting to understand the scale of sparkling cremant here – compared to others such as Akerman, who make circa 25 million bottles per year of sparkling apparently!

Our last tasting of Day 2 was to the red wine making region of Chinon, where the majority grape variety in the region is Cabernet Franc. After a tour of the Domaine Grosbois estate, that is organic and biodynamic, we learnt about their pigs, cows, truffleing and of course about the vines. There were some super wines in the range here – and again we look forward to welcoming them to the Waud Wine Club list in the near future.

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Day 3 was a long first up drive East to Sancerre – we had three great tastings lined up here – including Pascal Jolivet , Henri Bourgeouis and Domaine Vacheron . All big names, all with fine wines, all with subtle differences in between. It was a super day to finish on the tour – and again, all of these estates will return to the Waud Wine Club range shortly.

After a final night in Sancerre, enjoying an amazing meal in a restaurant called Momento (highly recommend this to anyone visiting the area)

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A really great trip – and we now look forward to the following planned tours in 2023 and 2024:

Tuscany : 11th to 14th October 2023 ( click here for details – still places available )

Bordeaux: Early 2024 – Waud Investment Wines investors tour. Date tbc

Burgundy: 16th – 19th July 2024 – this is a driving tour.

Barcelona: 22 nd – 25 th October 2024 – this is fly/fun bus trip. Taking in Priorat, Montsant, Costers del Segre.

If you are interested in attending any of these tours, please drop me a line. They are super fun and come highly recommended.

Until next time…

Charles Waud [email protected]

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Tour de France Stage 5 results, standings: Mark Cavendish makes history

British sprinter Mark Cavendish broke the record for the most Tour de France stage wins in history with his sprint finish victory during Stage 5 of what is set to be his last ride in the prestigious race. 

Cavendish, 39, has now won a record-setting 35 Tour de France stages, cementing his status as the best sprinter in the history of the competition's 111 editions. He previously jointly held the record of 34 stage victories with Belgian cycling legend Eddy Merckx. 

After his record-breaking triumph in Saint Vulbas on Wednesday, Cavendish said his and his team’s goal for the 2024 Tour de France was to win at least one stage, even though doing so would be “a big gamble.”

“You have to go all in and we’ve done it,” Cavendish said . “We worked exactly what we wanted to do.” 

Cavendish won the first of his Tour stages in 2008 but has struggled since 2021 to add to his impressive tally — until today. 

This victory served as the ultimate last-chance comeback for Cavendish following a slew of disappointing circumstances surrounding the Tour. The Brit was set to retire at the end of last season but returned for a final Tour de France after he crashed out of last year’s race during its eighth stage. This year, Cavendish got off to a rocky start as he appeared to struggle with heat-related issues in the early stages of the race. 

The top 10 contenders for the yellow jersey remain unchanged after Stage 5 with Slovenian Tadej Pogacar of UAE Team Emirates still occupying the top spot after his dominant Stage 4 win on Tuesday.  

Biniam Girmay, who made history as the first Eritrean and Black rider to win a Tour de France stage on Monday, has moved up to the top spot in the contest for the green jersey (points classification) as he successfully rocked up sprinting points along today's flat 110-mile route.

Here's a full look at the 2024 Tour de France standings after five days of riding.

Tour de France Stage 5 results

TOUR DE FRANCE: Recap, results and standings after Stage 4

Tour de France general classification standings after Stage 5

Tour de france jersey standings after stage 5.

  • Yellow ( general classification ) : Tadej Pogacar
  • Green ( points classification ):  Biniam Girmay
  • Polka dot ( mountains classification ):  Jonas Abrahamsen
  • White (young rider classification ):  Remco Evenepoel
  • Yellow numbers ( teams classification) :  UAE Team Emirates
  • Golden numbers ( combativity award ):  Clément Russo

Tour de France Stage 6: How to watch, schedule, distance

Date : Thursday, July 4, 2024

Location : Mâcon to Dijon (France)

Distance : 101.6 miles (163.5 kilometers)

Type : Flat stage

Streaming: Peacock, FuboTV

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Tour de France Stage 5: Mark Cavendish Takes Record-Breaking 35th Win

Defying the odds, the Manx Missile becomes the most successful stage winner in Tour de France history.

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Stage winner: Mark Cavendish (Astana Qazaqstan) Race leader: Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates)

Mark Cavendish has more Tour de France stage wins than any other man in history.

And it wasn’t particularly close.

“I’m in disbelief. We’ve done it,” Cavendish said after the race.

Soon after, the week’s other history maker , Biniam Girmay, interrupted the interview to wrap Cavendish in a big hug.

“The team took a gamble,” he added, commenting on his choice to return to racing for another shot at the record. “How we built the team, the equipment, every little detail has been put toward today.”

In breaking the record, thirty-nine-year-old Cavendish became the second-oldest rider ever to win a Tour de France stage. Pino Cerami won 1963’s ninth stage at forty-one years old.

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After a brutal first week that featured a first day with 12,000 meters of climbing and a proper mountain stage that included the Col du Galibier, Wednesday provided a bit of respite for everyone, viewers included.

The second flat stage of this year’s Tour de France, Stage 5, stretched over 177.4 kilometers. From the start in Saint-Jean-De-Maurienne to the finish in Saint-Vulbas, the stage sloped gently downward, losing a total of 282 meters of elevation from beginning to end. However, the day did include a pair of category 4 climbs: the 1.5-kilometer, 4.3% Côte du Cheval Blanc, and the 3-kilometer, 4.8-percent Côte de Lhuis, neither of which made this anything but a sprint stage.

Nonetheless, Groupama-FDJ’s Clément Russo and TotalEnergies’ Mattéo Vercher spent most of the day off the front, hovering around two and a half minutes clear of the peloton in a breakaway that kicked off in mile nineteen.

Current yellow jersey Tadej Pogačar had a close call with just under thirty-seven miles to go, as he narrowly avoided crashing directly into a median. However, his evasive move caused a small pile-up behind him, taking down a few Movistar riders, a Lott-Dstny man, and Bahrain Victorious’ Pello Bilbao. Luckily, no one appeared to suffer any race-altering injuries.

A few miles later, just after the peloton crossed the line for the day’s intermediate sprint, a light rain started to fall, the slick roads caused teams to get a bit more anxious and eager than they normally might during the initial setup of their leadout trains.

As the rain fell, however, the area around the finish line remained dry.

Shortly after the day’s second climb started, Russo and Vercher were swallowed up by the peloton.

A few kilometers later, another median resulted in another crash. Like the first, this one was small, only collecting Visma-Lease a Bike’s Christophe Laporte, who quickly rode off without incident and got back on the peloton a few moments later.

The final few kilometers of the day took a pair of hard right-hand turns, all inside the ever-shifting time barrier (today, it was moved to the 4km mark rather than 3km), after which everyone is awarded the same time. The peloton crossed under the 4k-to-go banner at a blazing forty-two miles per hour.

Jasper Philipsen’s Alpecin-Deceuninck team charged first, with one mile to go. Still, Mark Cavendish’s Astana Qazaqstan squad quickly snuffed out their move, who played the final ten kilometers to absolute perfection. However, Astana’s train was forced to break up a bit as the final meters ticked down, and Cavendish appeared stuck in the middle. However, thirty-four stage wins will teach you how to muscle your way out of a sticky situation and how to freelance, which Cav has been doing better than anyone for years.

With just a bit of daylight, Cavendish left Philipsen’s wheel, charged to the front, took a lead he wouldn’t relinquish, and crossed the line with both hands raised in an image that will live in cycling history forever.

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Michael Venutolo-Mantovani is a writer and musician based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He loves road and track cycling, likes gravel riding, and can often be found trying to avoid crashing his mountain bike. 

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  17. Tuscany Tour du Vin 2023

    It is strongly linked with Champagne - and is the 100% varietal in Blanc de Blanc champagne. You can now find Chardonnay in Spain, South Africa, Italy and Australia as a few examples. ... Tuscany Tour du Vin 2023. Oct 18 2023. Day 1. Our inaugural day of the Tuscany wine tour was nothing short of exceptional.

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  19. Tour de vin 2023

    Das war die TOUR DE VIN 2023! 拾 Vielen Dank für euren Besuch, es war ein wahrhaft großartiges Wochenende! 珞 ÖTW - Österreichische Traditionsweingüter |...

  20. 2023 Le Tour de Vin Check Presentation

    2023 Le Tour de Vin Check Presentation. Last Tuesday, Joe Gil, the director of our Norman Rotary Club Le Tour de Vin organization presented the club's share of our last year's Le Tour de Vin funds to club President, Rob Norman. The funds will be used for a number of service projects throughout Norman.

  21. Tour de France 2023 route, teams and results after Jonas Vingegaard

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  22. 2023 Tour de l'Ain

    The 2023 Tour de l'Ain was a men's road cycling stage race that took place between 31 July and 2 August 2023 in the French department of Ain. The race was rated as a category 2.1 event on the 2023 UCI Europe Tour calendar, and was the 35th edition of the Tour de l'Ain. Teams.

  23. The current GC standings at the Tour de France 2024

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  24. Mark Cavendish claims record-breaking 35th career Tour de France stage win

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  27. Le Tour de Vin 2023

    Our 2023 Tour de Vin tee is now available exclusively at The General Classification. As usual we have paired each stage of the Tour de France with a local wine and this year to the sound track of our favourite 90s grunge band. Take a look below at The GC teams pairings and purchase the T-Shirt here. Tour de Vin 2023 memorabilia Tee

  28. Loire Tour du Vin 2023

    A really great trip - and we now look forward to the following planned tours in 2023 and 2024: Tuscany: 11th to 14th October 2023 (click here for details - still places available) Bordeaux: Early 2024 - Waud Investment Wines investors tour. Date tbc. Burgundy: 16th - 19th July 2024 - this is a driving tour.

  29. Mark Cavendish wins Tour de France Stage 5: recap, results, standings

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