Most people regard the Czech Republic as beer country, but in recent years, numerous wine and craft cocktail bars have also opened. Here are 7 to try.
Duernstein is used as a base for day trips in the Wachau Valley, but it's really worth exploring on its own. Here is one perfect day in this jewel of a town.
Reminiscent of Germany's Mosel Valley, the Wachau has terraced vineyards leading down to a river. We visited two wineries where we had excellent tastings.
Discover the history and traditions of Menorca by sampling some of its essential food products: Mahon cheese, Binifadet wine, olive oils and Xoriguer gin.
It's always a pleasure to taste wine when we travel. These five regions may be classics, but that doesn't mean that they didn't hold surprises.
Southern Vancouver Island's Cowichan Valley, dubbed the "Napa of the North," is increasingly renowned for its wineries. Here are three of our favorites.
Amid glitzy chandeliers and blingy surroundings, our writer finds herself being a Winemaker for a Day at Raymond Vineyards.
Guided by friendly staff, we visited four boutique wineries in Napa, discovering the subtleties of each vintage and unlocking the mysteries of their terroirs.
Alsace is one of the most beautiful wine regions in the world. We visited seven wineries there, each of which has something unique to offer the oenophile.
New York City is teeming with excellent bars a vin. From tiny, dimly lit spaces to chic lounges, these are our 10 favorite wine bars in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
As well as finding unusual wines in unexpected places on our travels this year, we tasted notable gins in Belgium and a range of remarkable sakes in Japan.
Wine-making began 8,000 years ago in Georgia. To this day, the country has a robust wine scene. Here are five wine bars we loved in Tbilisi.
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.
I highly recommend trying some of Croatia's inviting wine bars. I found five immensely enjoyable ones along the Dalmatian Coast.
The wide variety of high-quality wines produced nowadays continues to amaze me. This year I found several in unexpected places.
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's wine concierge, Hal Oates, shares three new winery experiences offering private access for collectors.
The pleasure of a journey to any wine region is the opportunity to visit the vineyards of the wines you love. Here are 12 where you'll receive a warm welcome.
The high-altitude wine country around Cafayate ranks among the world’s most beautiful, with vineyards framed by rugged mountains and reliably blue skies.
Hal and the Porthos team sample more than 5,000 wines annually. The following are Hal’s favorite California wine picks from his tastings in 2015.
Here, on Bordeaux’s Right Bank in Saint-Emilion, welcoming wineries produce exquisite reds that stand toe-to-toe with the best wines in the world.
Enjoy this list of current favorite boutique-production Napa Cabernets costing less than $200 from the Andrew Harper Wine Concierge, Porthos.
Mendoza's fine Argentine wines routinely outshine their price tags, a trend especially evident in the increasing crop of single-vineyard wines.
The Catena Zapata winery is one of Mendoza’s most popular stops. What really made this visit worthwhile was our private tour of the experimental winery.
In Argentina's Mendoza region, modern wineries and resorts stand amid vineyards backdropped by snowcapped mountains.
Mr. Harper recommends making advance appointments for tours and tastings at these four top wineries in Mendoza.
Though Tokaj had a difficult 20th century, today it again ranks as one of the world’s great wine regions. The area now has a handful of large, slick tasting rooms that wouldn’t feel out of place in Napa or Chianti or Mendoza, but the great pleasure of touring this out-of-the-way region is the opportunity to visit some of its charming family-owned wineries.
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.
There are many tastes and foods I associate with Hawaii —macadamia nuts, great Kona coffee, delicious fish we never see at home, and fruit juice-fueled cocktails.
Colorado may seem an unlikely place to grow wine grapes, but Sutcliffe Vineyards now produces serious wines.