Oregon’s backroads lead to vineyards, farms and charming small towns. Follow a wine lover’s journey on an unforgettable road trip in Oregon.
Italian wine country is not only breath-taking, it is also the best place to learn about different vineyards and wines.
Everyone knows that Italy and France produce great wine but here are 5 amazing wine regions to discover that aren’t in Europe. Cheers!
Deeper into the desert, Chelsea stops in a tiny village where gas stations are loaded pick up trucks, and the only hotel looks almost too good to be true
Ever nearing the Mexican Border, Chelsea meets a couple who show her the poshest way to enjoy a handful of extravagant wineries in Paso Robles and San Simeon.
As she makes her way closer to the Mexican border, Chelsea treats herself to a night away from her traveling companion and home on wheels, Van Morrison in the ever posh seaside town of Monterey, California.
On her second stop from Canada to Mexico, follow Chelsea as she dives into the seedy underbelly of Portland, and comes out in the donut soiled hands of God
Eat food in miniature and drink wine in bulk. Spain’s Basque region teems with cutting-edge cuisine and traditional wines.
Toast a glass of Shiraz to Adelaide, an often-missed gem in South Australia.
This little-known tour route offers vineyards, wineries, savory cuisine and age-old pastoral settings.
Unique vintages of the region draw thirsty visitors to this charming little town nestled in the phenomenal Melnik Pyramids.
Follow Ontario’s wine route to sample world-class wines produced in Canada’s eastern province.