Wine

Sardinia Italy Wine Tours

So you have decided to go to Sardinia, a Mediterranean island southwest of Rome. You can see their bronze age stone fortresses called nuraghi that are found nowhere else on earth. To a large extent Sardinia is the most traditional part of Italy. But it is also home away from home for jet setters who haunt the Costa Smeralda in the island’s northeast.

La Rioja Spain Fine Wines Region

This small region, located between the Basque Country and Castilla, gives its name to one of the most renowned Spanish wines in the world. For years when dining at a restaurant and wanting to accompany the meal with a fine wine patrons always ordered a bottle from Rioja gradually wines from other Spanish regions have gained prestige and popularity but Rioja wines, particularly reds are still synonymous with quality and nobility.

France Wine Tours

France is the most visited country in the world. Each wine producing region has its own distinctive soil, landscape, climate, culture and history. France travel advice is about tours in the regions of Champagne, Bordeaux, Burgundy, Rhone region and Loire Valley.

Old world charm North Block Hotel Yountsville

North Block is a modern boutique hotel located in Napa Valley’s idyllic town of Yountville; wine country’s most coveted epicurean locale. Situated at the north end of this culinary mecca, North Block is a perfect destination for food and wine connoisseurs: a short stroll to top restaurants and small production wine tasting rooms and home to Redd Wood, the latest restaurant from acclaimed chef Richard Reddington.

Paso Robles Wine Tour, Create Your Own

Will you be visiting Paso Robles, California in the coming weeks or months? If so, it is likely that you will want to visit area wineries. After all, that is what the area is most well-known for. While you do have the option of taking a guided wine tour, you may wish to plan your own. If so, please continue reading on for a few helpful planning tips.