With the constant increase in temperature and the new Yorkers around the state want more to quench their thirst. On a hot day is always nice to drink lemonade, but some of us are more interested in the drink, which brings a bit more fun.
Publishing Only In Your State describes the beautiful vineyards that are located in the state of the Big Apple.
Italy is one of the oldest wine-producing countries, and today, it is the largest producer of wine in the world. Italian culture is saturated with wine, from the antiquated varieties produced by the Etruscans to the vast number of types made today.
There’s a lot more to Italian wine growing regions than Tuscany, and while it’s a good place to start, beginner wine connoisseurs can boost their knowledge of Italian wine by visiting any of Italy’s 20 wine regions. With over one million vineyards growing grapes, you know Italy won’t disappoint even the toughest of critics, and if you’re not well-versed in wine culture, you’ll still love sipping a glass in these amazing wineries. Continue at Source: 10 Italian Wineries That Every Would-Be Connoisseur Should Visit
From picking vendors to choosing outfits, wedding planning is a full-time job. But one task we can simplify? The venue. Here’s your guide to a dream day.
Wineries and vineyards provide a gorgeous backdrop, and their wines can make your drinks menu a breeze. Your vendor is essentially on site, which can help with planning and logistics, as well as provides a unique experience for guests. Continue at Source: 10 of the Best Wineries and Vineyards in the U.S. to Host Your Wedding
It’s difficult for Slovakia to break into international wine distribution, but this small country is producing some truly fantastic wine.
Dan Berger writes about the wines of the Rhône region of southern France, which have long flown under the radar.
From the Texas Hill Country to California, and Barcelona to Mendoza, now is the time for a wine country getaway. Get out there and raise a glass to some truly …