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Cornell Winery is a tasting room.  We no longer make wine but who knows, never say never.  Our position is that of a guide, since we are the only place in the area that allows ...
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The Bordeaux wine region is perhaps the most legendary wine-producing area in all of Europe. It’s best known for its medium to full-bodied red wines, luscious botrytis-affected dessert wines, gorgeous scenery, and famous chateaux. But ...
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Editor’s Note: This travel guide to some of the best restaurants and wine bars in LA is part of our ongoing itinerary series for wine and food lovers. Discover top restaurants in cities all over ...
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Like many major cities, San Francisco has been hard-hit by the covid-19 pandemic, and perhaps nowhere is it more evident than in hospitality. Once thriving neighborhoods are now eerily quiet as office workers have yet ...
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When visiting North Carolina’s wine country, there’s no shortage of beautiful vineyard views, southern hospitality and surprisingly good wine. Today, we’re covering some of the best NC wineries, vineyard resorts, tasting rooms, wineries with restaurants ...
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Childress Vineyards is one of the most prominent wineries in North Carolina’s re-emerging wine industry that has grown from 21 to more than 100 wineries since the year 2000. Childress Vineyards features over 70 acres of ...
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The Hudson Valley has been an area for New York City dwellers to shake off some city living for eons. These days with domestic travel being so hot, it’s become a popular destination for travelers ...
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Thinking of traveling to Madrid? If you feel Spain’s wine and tapas calling to you, the next step is booking that hotel. Madrid’s hotel scene is growing rapidly, with more options to stay in the Spanish ...
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If you’re a red wine enthusiast and a foodie, you’re going to find yourself in paradise when you visit the remarkable wine region of Rioja in Spain. One of only two of the highest quality ...
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Everyone knows you can “party in the city where the heat is on” as Will Smith says in his hit song, “Welcome to Miami.” Sure, anyone can end their night, and even begin their morning ...