The most splendid blends of Paso Robles range from traditional Rhône and Bordeaux varietals to many non-traditional blends that make our palates stand up and take notice
For this story, we scoured the entire United States, simply looking at wine destinations. We wanted to find three spots that may not readily come to mind, but three definite stunners. We found what we were looking for in Traverse City, Michigan; San Francisco, California; and Loudoun County, Virginia.
Nestled between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Potomac River, Loudoun County, Virginia just keeps getting better.
Just 40 miles east of Sacramento, El Dorado County is located in the breathtaking Sierra Foothills in the heart of California’s Gold Country.
Just two hours east of Seattle, Leavenworth provides its visitors with Bavarian charm and Northwestern hospitality.
If you toured the entire nation, you wouldn’t find a place like California’s San Luis Obispo (SLO) County.
Widely known as a land blessed with sunshine and coastal breezes, Santa Barbara Wine Country is actually quite diverse, with a wide range of mircoclimates and soils.
In the idyllic city of San Luis Obispo, relaxation and rejuvenation can be found all around – from bustling markets to the great outdoors.
Exit Highway 101, kick off your shoes, and step into classic California.
In 1798, Swiss-born Winemaker Jean-Jacques Dufour arrived in Kentucky on a mission.
Home to California’s largest natural freshwater lake, Clear Lake, the majestic dormant volcano, Mount Konocti, and an abundance of fresh water lakes, rivers, and wildlife, Lake County, California, is an exciting wine region, distinguished by its high elevation, diverse soils, clean air, and sustainable farming practices.
With a grape-growing history that dates back more than 100 years, the Lodi Appellation is home to nearly 80 wineries and around 100,000 acres of premium winegrapes.
In our previous two issues, we’ve introduced you to 25 of Napa Valley’s more than 500 wineries offering outstanding tasting experiences. We only tapped the surface!
Situated in the Cascade Mountain Range, Oregon and Washington are blessed with fertile soils that make the region a top producer of apples, mushrooms, berries, peaches, and winegrapes.
San Luis Obispo (SLO) Wine Country boasts world-class wines from grapes grown just five miles from the Pacific Ocean.
From Dublin to Livermore to Danville to Pleasanton, it seems like everyone in San Francisco’s Tri-Valley is getting into good craft beer.
If you savor the pure art of dining&mdash;the pleasures of inhaling and sampling dish after flavorful dish of creative cuisine paired with wine after aromatic wine&mdash;take your palate to Traverse City, Michigan.</p>
After centuries of making significant contributions to America’s wine industry, the Livermore Valley is at last being recognized for its potential as a wine region, producing top-quality wines at very approachable prices.
Tucked away in the folded foothills of the Sierra Nevada, California’s Gold Country is an unforgettable destination where the state’s past, present, and future come together.
Located about 45 miles southeast of Sacramento, this scenic county at the heart of Gold Country offers great wines, fabulous food, charming small towns, and a warm, welcoming attitude.
Until recently, the only thing I knew about Calaveras County was there’s a short story written by Mark Twain with frogs and Calaveras in the title. I had no idea how beautiful and rustic it is.
The Wine Train is made up of a fascinating string of beautiful antique rail cars, each with its own story to tell.
Sonoma County is a dog and wine lover’s paradise. Not only does it boast more than 55 miles of rugged Pacific Ocean coastline, giant redwoods, statuesque mountains, winding rivers, and fertile valleys, it is home to more than 400 wineries, more than half of which are dog friendly.