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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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If you’re planning a honeymoon and interested in enjoying warm sun, sand, romantic views, and (of course) wine with your new spouse, look no further than a tropical getaway! If you’re looking for an escape ...
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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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If you enjoy small-batch, hand-crafted beers, you’ve come to the right place! Mount Pleasant is home to several craft breweries, each with a commitment to the production of beers that offer both traditional tastes and ...
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Christmas markets in Spain and their traditions are long-established and family-oriented. Street markets offer traditional sweets and Nativity figurines, while cities vie to provide the most elaborate light shows. Seasonal fiestas and markets get into ...
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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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If you’re a fan of beer, wine, beautiful sights, and European culture, then Germany should be your next travel destination. While it often gets overlooked in favor of other European destinations such as France, Spain, ...
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If you’re an oenophile or experiential wine traveler with a passion for cooler climate varietals, lush green countryside, unique boutique accommodation, and delicious eats, the Willamette Valley wine region is sure to accommodate your travel ...
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Editor’s Note (Updated October 2021): This Texas Hill Country winery itinerary is part of our Travel Resource series. Exclusive content aimed at exposing unique destinations and how to best navigate them. Today, we’re taking a close ...