There are more than 400 spaces within the United States National Park Service system. While the pastimes of wine drinking and park roaming may seem like an unlikely pair, they actually go quite well together. Here’s our mini-guide to making it happen.
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As summer rolls in, we are thinking about eating fresh food, enjoying it outside, and washing it down with a chilled and refreshing bottle of poppable wine. The perfect spot? Rustic picnic table lobster roll shacks. Here’s a list of some of our favorite haunts where the kids can run around and we can BYO wine from the cooler or rental house fridge.
According to founder Piero Incisa della Rocchetta, Bodega Chacra was established to discover the “most unobstructed expression” of the micro-climate of Mainqué in the Río Negro region of Patagonia. Peek inside this biodynamic sanctuary with a fascinating agricultural story and travel opportunity.
Love high acid wines? This one's for you. Get to know one of France’s smallest yet most interesting wine producing regions, featuring crisp whites and crunchy, thirst-quenching reds. Discover this stunning, mountain-influenced region through our Savoie 101.
With July 4th Weekend just around the corner, we’re taking this week to highlight our favorite places to drink domestic wine across the country. From wineries to restaurants to a handful of bars in between, these ten stops are certain to keep you hydrated from coast to coast. Strap your seatbelt on and get ready for a delicious virtual journey!