Fodor's Week in Travel: Wintertime Wining and Dining

Posted by Catie L'Heureux on January 17, 2014 at 4:00:00 PM EST | Post a Comment

With memories of holiday excess quickly fading, we spent this week getting hungry for food and wine vacations. If you’re looking to plan your next culinary adventure, we’ve got great suggestions for destinations that should be at the top of your list. From the finest sparkling wines in Champagne to the newest Nashville eats to the hottest restaurants in Mexico City, we’re serving up inspirational ideas for how to make your next getaway a delicious one.

10 Reasons to Visit Napa This Winter

We’d like to think you don't really need a reason to visit Napa, but in case you do, we’ve got 10 of them. The California wine region's largest city boasts new eateries, bars, tasting rooms, and more. Check out our reasons to visit Napa this winter.

Long Weekend in Champagne, France

As the grand capital of bubbly, the French region of Champagne is overflowing with tasting rooms, beautiful hiking terrain, and charming villages for a luxurious long-weekend escape. Start planning your trip with our day-by-day itinerary that tells you where to eat and drink.

10 Craft Hard-Cider Makers to Visit Now

Forget craft beer—from farm-fresh countryside orchards to urban-chic distilleries in Chicago and Denver, craft hard-cider makers are warming up winter happy hours across the US. See our list of craft hard-cider makers to visit now.

Where to Eat in Nashville Now

From classic Southern cooking to refined takes on comfort food to $3 tacos, Nashville's restaurants are rivaliing the city's famed music scene. Discover six top Nashville eateries to try right now.

A Literary Tour of Madrid

From Ernest Hemingway to Miguel de Cervantes, famous writers lived, worked, and drank their way to greatness in Madrid. We've offered five must-see stops on a literary tour of the Spanish capital for you to discover their favorite restaurants and late-night haunts.

Where to Eat in Mexico City Now

From classic Mexican dishes to decadent seven-course tasting menus, Mexico City offers some of the finest fares in cutting-edge haute cuisine. Discover our top picks for where to eat in Mexico City now

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