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You’ve doubtless heard of the world-famous Napa Valley in California, well known as an American hotspot for wine making, and you may have even heard of the somewhat lesser known, but just as prolific, neighboring Sonoma valley, but as you

Just recently, Vine Vera showed you the first part of our Malbec-centric wine-tasting travel guide featuring the Mendoza province of Argentina, where Malbec was grown and popularized outside of France for the first time. Today, though, we're giving you part

If you enjoy savoring the rich and varied profiles of a variety of different wines just as much as you love traveling to new and interesting places, you've probably considered (and if you haven't already, we recommend you do) taking

Zinfandel might have come to the US as an immigrant, but like so many other families here, it was quick to find its own place in the country and call it home. Today, Zinfandel is one of the most planted

Choosing the best wine regions is like choosing the best art destinations around the world. Each region has its unique style and character, and each destination offers something entirely different than the other. No matter how many vineyard tours you

Move over Napa Valley and Burgundy! These new kids on the block are sure to put many traditional wine destinations to shame. Macedonia Macedonia might be a tiny country in the Balkan Peninsula, but it has been famous for making some

Pinot Noir is an extremely delicate grape that has a zesty acidity and a pale color. It can be found in most major wine regions across the world, but its taste and flavor can differ with the slightest change in