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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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For the casual fan of Spanish wines, it has been all about the Rioja. There are plenty of reasons why the rich reds of the region in the northeast of the country have conquered the ...
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Skye is the most famous of Scotland’s islands, a beautiful place of myth and legend. The spectacular scenery offers countless attractions for climbers, hikers, and recreational walkers. With opportunities to spot rare wildlife and enjoy ...
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When wine-lovers reach for a robust Spanish red, the province of La Rioja is the name that has global brand recognition. So successful is the reach of the north-eastern Spanish province that Rioja has become ...
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Ask a room full of people why they don’t travel more, you’ll almost certainly come across one common answer: it’s too expensive. Sure, biting the bullet to buy a train ticket and a hotel room ...
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Catalunya remains prominent on the preference list of any visitor to Spain. Dali, Gaudi, and Messi may no longer be around but their influence lingers everywhere from the Camp Nou to the beaches around Figueres. ...
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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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Although there have been many advances with tourism infrastructure in recent years in Georgia, it’s still not first on the list of most people’s travel plans. Its brief war with Russia in 2008 held things ...
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With its astounding geological diversity, amazing cuisine, wine, and friendly locals, Argentina is one of the most beautiful places on earth. This South American nation can captivate your heart whether you love adventures, eating, or ...
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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 ...