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NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE, ONTARIO - From the heart of Wine Country Ontario, 17 Canadian wine experts will blind taste and judge 1,100 wines from across the country at the first annual National Wine Awards
NEW YORK, NY - While wine drinking is not linked as closely to American dining and culture as it is with that of some European nations, most Americans buy and drink wine — only 38% say they never bu
The authentic Majorca, far away from the famous “Ballermann” awaits guests at the Gran Hotel Son Net, in the green heart of the Balearic Island.
Wine tourism was one of the fastest growing and most lucrative sectors of the global tourism market, Tourism Minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk said on Monday.
LAS VEGAS - Wine pairings are not just for food anymore. Do you love art? Fine wine?
NEW YORK - In honor of the nation's bicentennial, the Wines of Chile Experience, supported by Chile Brands, Enotour and Puro Chile, announces Tweet, Tweet, Chile, a competition in which one passionate
Decisions, decisions. Should I have the Crushed Cabernet Scrub or the Pulp Friction Relaxing Massage with Fresh Grapes? Or maybe the “Premier Cru” Anti-Ageing Treatment?
LIBERTYVILLE, Illinois - TourCrafters, the Italy specialist known for good-deal tours and packages, has produced a new online brochure: Winery Tours & Tastings All Over Italy.
LIBERTYVILLE, Illinois - After squeezing every penny for the past couple of years, it may be time to splurge on a luxurious summer vacation.
Argentina's growing appeal to Americans goes well beyond the generally temperate climate.
PARIS - French authorities are targeting tourism as part of an effort to bolster the country's wine industry against rising global competition.
Reed Expositions France, in association with the Bordeaux Chamber of Commerce and Industry, announced the launch of IWTM Bordeaux, the International Wine Travel Market.
You are travelling at 550mph, the temperature outside is -55C and the glass of wine you had been looking forward to tastes strangely disappointing. Welcome to the world of airline wine. Both travellers and wines are affected by the lower air pressure and humidity inside the cabin.