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Take a Wine Region Tour or Explore on Your Own?

Once you’ve been to “wine country” — be it Napa Valley, southern France, Tuscany or even a lesser known region here in the States — it can be difficult to imagine burning vacation days on any other type of destination.

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Where to Go for a Wine-Focused Thanksgiving

If you’re planning to take the year off from hosting the big Thanksgiving Day bash… or if you’re simply looking for an excuse to avoid Uncle Bill’s bad jokes… consider taking a trip to wine country. These days, “wine country”

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Vino in the Negev? A New Wine Country Experience Beckons

Bordeaux. Napa Valley. The Veneto. Rheinhessen. Rioja. All of these geographic names are recognizable as wine regions. Hear the name, and you immediately know what “wine country” it’s connected to. Bordeaux — France. Napa Valley — The United States (specifically,

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How to Get the Most Out of a Winery Visit

“Wine country,” in some form or another, now exists in all 50 states. Yes, wine is even produced in Alaska and Hawaii. Visiting a winery is a great activity around which to build a vacation. But to get the most

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Yountville Becomes Even More Enticing

As more and more people seek to have not only vacations, but experiences, California wine country is becoming an ever more popular destination as individual wineries, winery groups and others plan an ever expanding array of special events — i.e.,

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