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An Inn and a Restaurant for French Wine Lovers

Because so much of wine’s history is linked to France, that country will always hold a special place in the hearts of wine lovers. Today, I’d like to tell you about a French inn that’s attracting foodies from around the

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The Finger Lakes Region: Between Your Winery Visits

Yesterday, we began an armchair journey through the Finger Lakes wine region of New York. Today, we’d like to share a few ideas about where to go between winery visits. In addition to the Watkins Glen raceway and Corning Museum

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Posted in Our Wine Travel Log

Art and Culture Converge in Finger Lakes Wine Country

Famous for its rolling vineyards and the flavors that come out of them, Finger Lakes Wine Country has been a wine lover’s paradise since late in the 20th century. But there’s more to the region’s story than just a lot

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Lessons Learned While Hanging Out in a Wine Bar

Whenever I’m traveling and have a free evening, I try to check out a local wine bar. It’s not that I’m looking for that next great bottle of wine, or hoping to enjoy one of my personal favorites. No, I

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