New Mexico Wineries: Let Your Spirit Unwind

Visit New Mexico wineries and see how your spirit can unwind! You can enjoy yoga classes, water fountains, warm fireplaces and natural lighting as you relax with a glass of your favorite wine. Dive back into history as you learn about the southwest and the influence...

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Mallorca Spain: A Wine Getaway in the Islands

With its Mediterranean climate, Moroccan cuisine, beautiful sunsets, calm waters and savory wines, Mallorca (or Majorca to some) is a must-see travel destination. You can enjoy delicious wine while on a sunset boat tour or in a helicopter. Each of these tours offers...

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Texas Hill Country Wineries: So Much More Than Wine

The Texas Hill Country boasts over 50 wineries, which extend from Central to South Texas. These wineries are both modern and handicapped accessible, but use traditional methods to craft quality wine. The wineries listed below were chosen because of their diverse...

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Paso Robles, California: The Hollywood of Wines

Paso Robles, California is centrally located between San Francisco and Los Angeles. Just a three hour drive from either city, you can enjoy thousands of tourist attractions! With all that sightseeing, you may also need to take a breather—it’s time for a drink… Over...

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Keuka Lake Wine Trail

The Keuka Lake Wine Trail consists of seven wineries that are located in the Finger Lakes Region of Central New York. Starting in 1985, the Keuka Lake Wine Trail was determined to bring you award-winning wines that were both affordable and unique. Today, the seven...

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Finger Lakes Wine Country: Best Things for the Holidays

Finger Lakes is Southern New York’s best holiday Wine & Spirits party. With over 100 wineries to choose from, a lovely state park, beautiful lakes, plenty of holiday gifts to choose from and many ways that you can give back, your holiday celebration in Finger...

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Moravia: A Small Grape in the Sea of Vineyards

Moravia is like a small grape, waiting to be plucked from the vineyard. Did you know that Moravia, which is part of the Czech Republic, is known for wine? Many people think of Italy, France and California when they think about wine vineyards, but Moravia’s cool...

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Hudson Valley: A Holiday Wine Trail

With the holidays coming up, the wineries in New York’s Hudson Valley come together to offer you “Wreath Fineries at the Wineries," a walking wine tour that follows the Shawangunk Wine Trail. You can choose any winery along the trail as your starting point. Once you...

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Loudoun Wine Country: Wine with Nature and Adventure

Loudoun Wine Country gives you the opportunity to leave the city without having to go too far. Located in Northern Virginia, Loudoun Wine Country is just a short drive from Washington D.C. Why not take advantage of a history lesson that allows you to drink wine?...

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Hungary: The Tokaj-Hegyalja Wine Region

According to the winemaking legends of Tokaj-Hegyalja, Hungary, “The fairy queen has lost her love and her falling teardrops have made these hills so magically fertile—and that is why the local wines are so sweet and sun-kissed...” What is not legend is that this wine...

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How To Turn Lemons Into A Wine Travel Necessity

20 OCTOBER, 2016 Wine Suitcase New Developments Hi, I’m Barry Wax, and I invented and brought to market the VinGardeValise®, the safest way to travel with your wine. How I got here is really a story of making lemonade from lemons---with a little help from my friends....

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Michigan: Traverse City Wineries

Traverse City, Michigan is far from Italy and France, but shares more in common with them than you may realize. The wine regions in France, Italy and Traverse City, Michigan are all located on the 45th parallel—right between the equator and North Pole. The climate in...

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10 Tips for Traveling With Wine

PLAN AHEAD! Know and take a written copy of your airline’s current rules about packing alcohol. A written copy is important because all airline employees may not be up-to-date on the rules. Wine is not subject to the 5-liter rule, but some airline employees mistakenly...

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Spain: The La Rioja Wine Region

La Rioja is Northern Spain’s queen of Roman architecture, medieval fortresses and Tempranillo grapes. With lush green landscapes irrigated by the Ebro River, this wine region is known for its red wines and unusual white varieties. Strap on your medieval helmet and...

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Austria: The Burgenland Wine Region

In Austria’s Burgenland wine region, you can eat your dessert and drink it too. Unlike Austria’s mineral rich Wachau region, the Burgenland region is rich in fungi that break down the sugars in the grapes, which produce sweet grapes for dessert wines. The plains of...

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South Africa: One of the Best Climates for Making Wine

Did you know that South Africa has richer soils than Napa Valley? There are many mountain ranges filled with granite and other minerals, particularly in the Stellenbosch region, that produce some of the most diverse and richest soils for growing grape vines. According...

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Temecula Valley: Southern California’s Wine Country

Temecula Valley is nestled inside the hills of Southern California. With more than 30 wineries and many promotional deals, the Temecula Valley is the perfect place for a wine vacation. If you visit in the spring or summer months you can experience live concerts in the...

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10 Wineries You Must Visit in Chile’s Colchagua Valley

The Colchagua Valley is located in central Chile, just a short drive from Santiago. The Colchagua Valley is one of the most promising and modern wine regions in South America! Visit these top 10 wineries and you will enjoy an action -packed experience that is quite...

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Austria: The Wachau Wine Region

Located in Lower Austria, the Wachau wine region borders the Danube River, transporting you back to a time of ancient beauty, stone walls and steep sloping mountains. Get away from the fast-paced modern world and enjoy the mineral-rich flavored wines. Vineyards in the...

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Oklahoma: A Swirl of Wine and a Storm of Fun

Oklahoma offers a landscape as diverse and fun as the wines it produces. Flaming Ice, Reno City Red, Jeremiah’s Red and Girls Trip are just some of the unique wines that can only be found in Oklahoma. Many of the wineries allow you to customize your wine, giving you...

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10 Wineries You Must Visit in Tuscany

When visiting wineries in Italy, you probably know that you will see some breathtaking views, taste some fine wine and pair that wine with delectable foods. What you may not know, is that Tuscan wineries have so much more to offer. When you visit any one of these ten...

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