Ultimate Wine Lover's Guide To Holiday Desserts
Nothing shouts “holidays” louder than desserts and wine. Not surprisingly, the holidays are the favorite time of year for most people when a mix of traditions, family time, food, desserts and of course, wine come together. Think cozy relaxed evenings around the fire, sipping your favorite wines and enjoying delicious desserts after a sumptuous meal!
How To Turn Lemons Into A Wine Travel Necessity
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Enotourism: Changing the Way We Travel with and for Wine
Enotourism, also known as Wine Tourism, Oenotourism, and Vinitourism: It states, in part, ”…tourism whose purpose is or includes the tasting, consumption, or purchase of wine, often at or near the source. Where other types of tourism are often passive in nature, enotourism can consist of visits to wineries, tasting wines, vineyard walks, or even taking an active part in the harvest.”
How to pair the right food with the right wine
Plan ahead for upcoming special occasions and keep your menu in mind when visiting wineries and choosing wines to bring home in your wine suitcase!
Wine and Food Pairings for Outdoor Gatherings
Summer is in full swing and while so much is still uncertain, we are sure that spending time outdoors while practicing social distancing measures (when/if it's necessary) is a safe, enjoyable way to spend time with friends and family. Whether you like hanging out in your backyard, venturing out to a neighborhood park,
5 Beautiful Napa Wineries You Need to Visit
Simply stated, good wine is the wine you enjoy. It’s the wine shared with friends old and new. Or it’s the amazing ne...
Along the Great River Road Wine Trail, USA
Today, there are eleven wineries along this Trail, from the states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa. The Trail, which meanders through the spectacular driftless region and blufflands, is one of the most scenic in the US, wrapped in history, habitation and now, a major wine-producing region.
The Peloponnese Wine Trail in Greece
Did you know that there is proof of Greece being one of the oldest wine-producing regions in the world? Household winemaking existed here as far back as 6500 years!
To Sparkling Sussex on the UK Wine Trail
The wine industry in England is relatively young, with the oldest vineyards being planted in the 1960s. But the tradition of making wine has existed here for far longer; by the eleventh century, most monasteries across the country were making their own wine. Viniculture, however, declined due to the dissolution of the monasteries in the sixteenth century.
Along the quaint Viennese Wine trail, Austria’s oldest wine region
With its long history of winemaking dating back to the eighth century, BC, Austrian wines range from feisty, light-bodied wines to epic, luxurious white wines, in addition to enchanting, fruity to full-bodied red wines. You will also find a variety of elegant sweet wines that rank among the world’s best.
Tamar Valley Wine Route, Tasmania, a heavenly wine trail
Known for its delightful sparkling wines considered second only to champagne, Tamar Valley is located in Tasmania, the oldest wine-producing region in Australia.
To the cradle of winemaking: the Bulgarian Wine Trail
Bulgaria has a long history of grape growing and wine production. The country has almost forty types of indigenous grape varieties, even if not all of them are used in winemaking. The most popular alcoholic beverages in this country are wine, beer, and grape rakia. With its statuesque mountains, ski slopes, beautiful beaches, pretty villages, amazing food, breath-taking roses, warm people, and world-class wines, what’s not to like about Bulgaria? Also, saving the best for last, it is affordable.