Cape Towners love their restaurants, and the city boasts a wealth of star chefs serving relaxed lunches and sophisticated dinners. Here are seven great choices.
Set within an imposing 12th-century castle, COMO Castello Del Nero, outside Florence, has reopened after an extensive renovation.
The Estate is a 22-acre enclave, located right in the center of Yountville, California, that aims to "redesign the Wine Country experience."
Matetic Vineyards, one of Chile's top wineries, is located in the Rosario Valley 60 miles west of Santiago and features a tasting room, restaurant and hotel.
In summer, a glass of bubbly feels almost mandatory. In addition to ever-popular Champagne, here are seven interesting sparkling wines worth trying this summer.
The Anderson Valley reminds me of what Napa Valley was like 30 years ago. The wineries are simple, accessible and low-key. Here are seven we recommend visiting.
Andrew Harper reviews his travels from this month's issue, from a driving journey through Galicia to the beaches of the Caribbean and Dominican Republic.
When most of us think of Catalan wine, we think immediately of Cava, but this sparkling wine represents only one aspect of Catalonia's rich vinous heritage.
Read about this Italy wine country discovery. Of any region in Italy, Alto Adige receives the highest number of awards per liter of wine produced.
From Cagliari to Oliena, discover favorite Sardinian wines, wineries and vineyards made from exceptional local and organic grapes throughout the Italian island.
In honor of Independence Day, we in the Travel Office decided to do our patriotic duty and investigate America's most fascinating wine regions.
The more we travel, the more we have found surpassingly pleasing wines originating from areas outside of the typical areas of California, France, South Africa and Australia.
An acquaintance recently alerted me that a fascinating company called Palinkerie had just started operations in New York, focusing solely on importing fine Hungarian wines and spirits.
The Temecula wine country in between San Diego and Palm Springs would be a fine place to stop for an evening, if there were a charming place to stay.
When most people think of great American wine regions, the West Coast usually tops the list. But one of the loveliest wine countries hides in the east, in Virginia, where world-class wineries ply their craft in a rolling landscape rich in colonial history.
Viewed from above in a hot air balloon, Turkey’s Cappadocia region looks more like the rugged American Southwest than a wine country.
Everyone has heard of Mendoza, Argentina’s most famous wine region, where vineyards give way to dramatic views of the Andes.
With more than 700,000 acres under cultivation, the Languedoc-Roussillon produces as much wine — if not more — than the state of California.