Visitors to this overlooked state can find great wine, charming Western towns, and outdoor activities to satisfy the adventurer in everyone.
Historic wineries, gorgeous countryside, and world-class vintages make Austria the perfect place for your next wine getaway.
Just because you’re making a trip to wine country doesn’t mean you have to spend all your time in tasting rooms.
Historically famous for its coffee, Vienna has only recently embraced the "Third Wave" coffee movement. Here are the best places to get a perfectly brewed cup.
Picturesque Vancouver Island is the perfect destination for lovers of beer, wine, coffee, and tea.
For a vacation that combines world-class wines and breathtaking beaches, look no further than Waiheke Island, a short ferry ride from Auckland.
For a lover of brews, there's no place quite like New Zealand. Tour the region like a pro with our complete guide to Kiwi beer country.
The East Coast's preeminent wine region stretches in the rolling hills between the three main Finger Lakes, offering scenic drives and ample tastings that rival the best in the West.
Less than a two-hour drive from Paris lies the near-mythical French region of Champagne, a (champagne) bucket-list destination for wine lovers who consider it the pinnacle of sparkling wine production.
The best time to duck into a café during a New York winter is anytime. Here, we call out five of our favorite inviting spots.