Maip├║ tasting. Photo: longhorndave


Wine occupies an interesting position in the travel world — on the one hand there are established and highly regarded wineries producing for a luxury-minded market, while on the other you have the same beverage very much on the radar of budget backpackers in places like Argentina and Chile.

Wine also gets our attention for its ability to showcase and distinguish the geological, topographic, and climatic features of a microregion. From this perspective, exploring the terroir of a place can be considered a form of travel itself.

The articles below look at wine regions worth visiting and offer guides for doing so.

Wine Articles

11 bars in NYC where bartenders actually go to drink

by Henry Miller

21 Reasons You Should Never Go to Oregon

by Kate Siobhan Mulligan

11 ways to humiliate yourself in France

by Kate Robinson

17 signs you learned to drink in Texas

by Laurie Moy

The ultimate global drinking cheat sheet [infographic]

by Katka Lapelosová

Report: Non-drinkers are more likely to die young

by Matt Hershberger

What bartenders actually think of your wine order

by Reda Wigle

20 epic wine regions to visit before you die

by Hal Amen

Where to drink wine in Connecticut

by Bryan Cassidy

Guide to New Brunswick wineries

by Keph Senett

Bike wine touring in Chacras de Coria, Mendoza

by Eileen Smith

How to: Wine and cheese tasting

by Kristin Conard

Pisco, chicha, and Inca Kola: A guide to Peruvian drinks

by Hope Nardini

Mountain biking California wine country

by Monica Prelle

4 delectable rodents and the wines that go with them

by Darrin DuFord

Picnicking in Paris is the way to go to save in style

by Kristin Conard

Bikes and wine in Mendoza, Argentina

by Hal Amen

How to open a bottle of wine with no corkscrew

by Joshywashington
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