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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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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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Thinking of heading to Tuscany? Here’s why you should make a stop in Siena. Italy certainly has no shortage of world-famous tourist destinations. It holds such beautiful cities as Rome, Venice, Florence, and many more. ...
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A honeymoon is one of the most special trips of our lives, but the best honeymoon experiences are undoubtedly those that come with a glass of wine. If you and your spouse are wine connoisseurs, ...
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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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The pub is the essence of Ireland, and no trip to the Emerald Isle is complete without a Guinness. Luckily, there are no shortage of places to enjoy a pint here: there are around 7,200. ...
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The classic images of Spanish culture usually come back to two notable creatures, the pig and the fighting bull. From Cervantes to Hemingway, Bunuel to Almodovar, references abound of dodging toros in the corrida or ...