Surrounded by olive trees and grapevines at the open-air trattoria in Vetralla, 40 miles north of Rome, we had eaten Lallo Piergentili’s a
In a mining project in Napa County’s Pope Valley struck pay dirt of another kind: a natural hot spring.
Three couples travel from New York City to St. Helena, Calif., for a weeklong culinary vacation in wine country.
For his love of water, not wine, Diogo Vaz Guedes, founder of the Aquapura hotel group, selected Portugal’s Douro River Valley as the loca
The Carlton Hotel (+41.81.836.
Alexandra Marnier Lapostolle’s
favorite rock sits halfway up a narrow hiking trail at the Clos Apalta estate in
Since its first vintage in 1951, Penfolds
Ask Cavas Wine Lodge owner
Cecilia Díaz Chuit to suggest a tranquil place for lunch, and she might send you
Wherever one looks in Italy, one
sees the overlapping of eras, centuries, and epochs, like so many layers of
The Cliff Lede Estate
in Napa Valley’s Stags Leap District is a
"Even the French say the best
wines are created from vines that see the river," says SageCliffe winemaker
Diners in the second-floor
restaurant at Marqués de Riscal’s new hotel in Elciego, Spain, can descend in
Arriving at the new Hotel Marqués
de Riscal, perched atop the Riojan winery’s cavernous aging cellars at the edge
The Mercedes has bottomed out.
John Hunt’s day begins at dawn. There are hundreds of avocado trees to plant and 10 tons of fresh-picked citrus to pack.
Up ahead, the vista widened as the canal opened into Burgundy’s Saône River. “Gently, monsieur.
Gabriele d’Annunzio, the early-20th-century Italian poet, playwright, war hero, and Fascist theoretician, spent his twilight days on the s
There is a saying that the farther north you travel in Florida, the farther south you get.
As highly prized as the gifts of the grape are, there is more to the world’s great wine regions than simply the wine.
Chetek, Wis., might not be the first place that leaps to mind when you are mulling over romantic getaway spots, but it happens to be home
While Scots celebrate their legendary toughness—manifest over the centuries by their kicking the Romans off their shores, rejecting Englis
True romantics everywhere will swoon over Perrier-Jouët’s romp through France and Italy.
Italy’s culture, once the inspiration for generations of poets, is in danger of becoming homogenized by the rest of the Western world.
My husband and I had done our travel homework, so we were prepared for the grandeur of Tasmania’s big-sky landscape, the vast scope of its
For a college student in Germany in the late 1960s, there was no finer way to pass an autumn afternoon than going on a mushroom hunt.