If you love Prosecco, you’ll want to explore the 50-mile Prosecco Wine Road (La Strada del Prosecco) in the Veneto region of Italy.
Wine tasting in Italy is one of the cultural allures of the Bel Paese that drives so many tourists to the country. Each region offers different wines, landscapes, foods, and other historical and cultural attractions.
Chianti Rufina is the smallest, but perhaps most prestigious, of the seven DOCG wine subzones in the Chianti wine region in Tuscany.
The small village of Custoza and its rich wine heritage await disovery, only one-half hour from Verona and close to Lake Garda.
The Bulichella winery in Suverto, Tuscany, is a virtual “vintner’s blend” of both Italian and Japanese heritage and culture.
What is Tequila? If you have any questions, hustle to a tequila tasting someplace close to home on National Tequila Day, July 24th.
The province of New Brunswick, Canada, especially its small cities of Fredericton and Saint John, is attracting U.S. travelers.
If you have a flexible schedule, Italy in October can be ideal. The weather is temperate and the hordes of summer tourists are (mostly) gone.
One approach to finding the best restaurants in Italy (and around the world) is to consult the list of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants for 2023.