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Getting Ready for a Garlicky Trip to Gilroy… With Wine

If you’ve started to think about weekend getaways this summer, there’s one event you should put at or near the top of your list: the 38th annual Gilroy Garlic Festival, to be held July 29-31 in the California community of

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Planning a Wine Vacation? The Pros Say: Head to Austria

The Travvy Awards are described as the Academy Awards of the American travel industry, and at the 2016 Travvy Awards, Austria was selected as the best wine tourism destination in Europe. I am not surprised. During my before-the-wedding honeymoon in

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Posted in Our Wine Travel Log

Take a Safari and Taste Wine — Not Far from L.A.

Bet you didn’t know that you could explore a vineyard AND see wild animals — all not far from downtown Los Angeles. But you can, thanks to Malibu Wine Safaris. The tour of the vineyard includes tastings of wines made

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Wine Touring… and Animal Viewing… in Australia’s Pyrenees

The Pyrenees region of Australia — not to be confused with the Pyrenees mountain range that separates France and Spain — offers beautiful views, fresh country air and a welcoming climate for winegrape growing. Game meats, freshwater fish, honey and

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