Wine Travel Paired With Simplicity.
WINE IS COMPLICATED. WINE COUNTRY ISN'T.
I’m Elaine Schoch, an award-winning travel writer, wine judge, certified by the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) Level 2 and certified American Wine Expert. I’m also a travel addict who drags The Husband and our two kids, Princess One and Two to wine regions around the world.
Join me as we explore and sip through all the known and unknown wine regions.
"Every wine region has a story, and it’s so much more than what’s in the bottle. At Carpe Travel, I’m sharing those stories, one sip at a time.”
It’s hard not to wonder why it matters and what the purpose is for all the different types of wine glasses. But there is a reason for all shapes and sizes. Let me explain.
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As you sit under the stars, sipping a glass of your favorite wine, do you find yourself pondering some of the greatest questions in the universe? Questions like whether you should decant your wine, how to re-cork the bottle, and what in the world are ‘wine legs’? We’ve rounded up
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