Shopping for Wine Gifts Online

For the beverage that has been called the “nectar of the Gods” shopping for wine gifts online could be considered a match made in heaven. The history of wine extends for centuries before the Internet was even a thought, and has enough inventories to make real use of the vastness of cyberspace.The wine gift online selection covers the entire spectrum; from the oldest vintage collectors crave to the cutting edge wines of the “New World.” And once you enter this world you will find that it is far Read more […]

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I Love French Wine and Food – A Red Sancerre

If you are looking for fine French wine and food, you should consider the Loire Valley region of central France. You may find a bargain, and I hope that you’ll have fun on this fact-filled wine education tour in which we review a red Sancerre wine based on the Pinot Noir grape coming from the eastern part of the Loire Valley.The Loire is France’s longest river. Of the eleven French wine-growing regions the Loire Valley ranks third in total vineyard acreage. It is subdivided into four regions Read more […]

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Senior Group Travel Tours in Wine Country

In the rolling hills of Northern California, Napa Valley is picturesque, making it a prime vacation destination. During the fall, the mountainous terrain is covered with various hues of yellow, orange, and red-the perfect autumn setting. For food and wine lovers alike, Napa Valley, the food and wine capital of America, has the best of both to offer. From countless restaurants and bed and breakfasts set between wineries and vineyards is the perfect setting for a senior trip.One convenient way Read more […]

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Planning a Wine Tour Or A Winery Trail Trip

Winemakers and winery owners are among the world’s most charming and interesting people and they often give away samples of their art for free. Here are some tips on how to visit wineries.PLAN AHEAD – Before hitting the road, create a detailed plan, including directions. A map will help stay on the right track.CHOOSE THE RIGHT TIME – As expected, weekends are the busiest time to tour a winery. If you don’t mind mingling with a few extra people, that’s fine, but if you’d rather avoid the crowds, Read more […]

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