Here are our top 12 properties in the United States where guests can savor gourmet cuisine and then head back to supremely comfortable accommodations.
Bordeaux offers profoundly pleasurable wines and chateaux staffed by friendly people. Here are our Wine Concierge's favorite discoveries from the region.
Picturesque vineyard-blanketed countryside and a world-class city at its heart: Bordeaux has plenty to offer, including these five recommended hotels.
Chef Massimo Bottura and his wife have opened an intimate country house hotel outside Modena. Its restaurant, Francescana at Maria Luigia, will be a big draw.
Endowed with great restaurants and many of France's best hotels, Champagne is a more alluring destination for oenophiles, gourmets and history buffs than ever.
Eating well is one of the best parts of any trip. To ensure that every meal is a knockout, those in the know stay at farm-to-table hotels.
The Estate is a 22-acre enclave, located right in the center of Yountville, California, that aims to "redesign the Wine Country experience."
This September &Beyond will launch Hacienda Hotel Vira Vira, a scenic estate between Pucon and Patagonia, and the company's first venture outside Africa.
Topping the list of the Best Food and Wine Resorts is LEED-certified Bardessono in Yountville, CA, which claimed first place after being unranked last year.
As in 2014, Auberge du Soleil and Blackberry Farm jostled for the top spot. Here, too, California dominated the list, claiming five of the top six rankings.
When you realize that the Black Forest is less than an hour from Strasbourg in France, it suddenly makes perfect sense to combine the two on a single trip.
In Argentina's Mendoza region, modern wineries and resorts stand amid vineyards backdropped by snowcapped mountains.