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Here at Winetraveler, we’re clearly really into wine. But we don’t discriminate when it comes to drinks – we love cocktails, beer, and liquor, too! In fact, we have a number of articles and resources ...
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Chris Stapleton sang about it for a reason. Tennessee whiskey is some of the smoothest and richest on the market, and on top of incredible barbeque and some of the greatest musical artists the United ...
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As a wine connoisseur, you have probably visited some of the world’s most popular wine regions. Perhaps, you’ve spent some time in Tuscany, discovering the region’s world-renowned Chianti wines. Or maybe you’ve been to Bordeaux, ...
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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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For Winetravelers keen on wine and waves, Malibu is the place to go. What’s more, you’ll have opportunities for celebrity spotting, surfing, beachcombing, hiking, cycling, yoga, and of course wine tasting. IN THIS GUIDE: Travel ...
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Top Beach Vacations For Wine Lovers As a wine lover, going for a holiday will sometimes require you to choose between going to a wine region or settling for a non-wine holiday if you want ...
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This unforgettable road trip into the “Wild West” weaves you north from Denver, Colorado upwards into Wyoming, Nebraska, South Dakota, and North Dakota. Across this ~1,200-mile road trip, you will drive through flat and barren ...
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Visit Yellowstone National Park: Where To Stay & Top Things To Do in the Yellowstone Region Over 4 Days Breathe in the crisp mountain air with a ski trip to either Big Sky, Montana and/or ...
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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 ...