Whether you want to taste your way across Burgundy, Piedmont, Sonoma, or the Douro Valley, these 10 essential trips will inspire you to explore the wide world of winemaking.
New Hampshire’s wineries are one of New England’s best-kept secrets.
Get off the beaten path to rediscover California’s most popular wine country.
Beyond winery tours and tastings, some vineyards host hikes and adventures, which are a perfect way to explore the terroir.
Next time you’re in Rome, Milan, Naples, or Venice, consider taking a quick trip to one of these beautiful, tourist-free wine regions.
Sonoma’s claim to fame is wine, but the region’s latest crop of farm-to-fork fare is also outstanding.
It’s easy to combine visits to top wine regions with other pleasant pastimes in this beautiful part of France.
Hunt for heady surprises among the ancient grape varietals found in the vineyards of the the Rías Baixas.
For a vacation that combines world-class wines and breathtaking beaches, look no further than Waiheke Island, a short ferry ride from Auckland.
Sonoma's Dry Creek Valley, with its top-notch wineries, exquisite dining options, and gorgeous vineyards, is a wine lover's dream.