Sonoma Valley. Just the name suggests innate decadence and glorious beauty, which makes natural disasters, like the recent Kincade Fire, all the more devastating. Fortunately, less than 8% of Sonoma’s one million acres of rolling hills, verdant farmland, pristine redwood groves, and coastal inlets were damaged. And the 2019 harvest was 92% complete when the fire broke out on October 23, which means the 400-plus Sonoma wineries are open for business and ready to pour. From regal to rustic, modern to classic, grand to intimate, Sonoma’s wineries, across 18 appellations, are as diverse as the surrounding area is beautiful. And since after taste, sight is the most important sense to satiate while wine tasting, here are a dozen of the most beautiful spots to sip your Chardonnay or Pinot Noir.
The budget grocer recently debuted alcoholic beverage delivery through Instacart.
One writer finds her own private Portugal in Porto Côvo, a fishing village in the Alentejo.
Including a luxe Midtown tasting room, a celebration of bubbly in the Village, and the latest spots from established Brooklyn restaurateurs.
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This Island Just 15 Minutes Outside Quebec City Is the Perfect Wine- and Cider-filled Fall Getaway
Quebec's Île d’Orléans feels like a secret the French Canadians have been keeping to themselves. Who can blame them?
You’ll also dine on Michelin-starred meals along the way.
The of-the-moment destination for craft beer and cocktail lovers isn’t NYC, London, LA, or San Francisco — it’s Mexico City.
At Mailea Weger’s newly-minted Lou, the all-day brunch goes beyond eggs and pancakes.
On a sailing through Bordeaux, two longtime friends reconnect over wine, cheese, wine, oysters, and wine — and discover that river cruising, even in this formal region of France, can be an adventure.
This 2019 Advent Calendar Comes With 12 Half-bottles of Wine — and You Can Order It Right Now
GiveThemBeer.com just started selling their advent calendar with reds, whites and sparkling options from around the globe for the 2019 holiday season.
West Wine Tours offers daily tours through California Wine Country in a VW bus with lunch prepared by a local chef.
Caleb Ganzer, wine director at La Compagnie des Vins Surnaturels, shares his favorite spots around the world.
The apparently stand-alone location is part of a plan to sell alcohol through Amazon Prime Now in the city.
Wine, cheese, oysters, ice cream... oh, and running.
It’s impossible to capture the charm of Buenos Aires in one description. Its restaurant and art scene is vibrant as ever, with new venues opening nearly each day. And its historic cafes are always alluring — and ideal for some prime people-watching — while its speakeasy scene remains impossibly cool. It’s not an exaggeration to say Buenos Aires has something for everyone, that is, if you’re willing to look for it. Buenos Aires is a dynamic place whose sophistication and fashionable locals echo Western capitals like Milan, and where reinvention is as valued as the past. Rollercoaster politics aside, Buenos Aires is proud of its literary heritage — heroes new and old like Silvina Ocampo, Jose Luis Borges and Samanta Schewblin — and it shows in its lively bookstores and historical landmarks. The city also it loves its steak — how can it not when you pair it with Malbec — which almost always guarantees a great meal. If those aren’t enough reasons to entice you to go, here are 20 more to put on your radar.
Offshore locked in the Guinness World Records title at its opening ceremony.