Several wineries in Maryland have accommodations right on site others sit in the heart of the regions. Our favorites – where to stay in Maryland wine country.
When it’s time to take a break from wine tasting, Maryland has plenty to keep the fun going. But, there are a few things you shouldn’t miss…
With 100+ wineries in Maryland and 900 acres of vines, it makes for a delicious escape. Our 3-day itinerary is perfect for uncorking Maryland wine country.
Want to explore Pennsylvania wine country? Here’s how to spend three days sipping in Lancaster wineries and things to do beyond the vines.
Uncork and sip in the Shenandoah Valley. This weekend itinerary guides you through wineries in Shenandoah Valley for the perfect grape escape.
With 300+ wineries in Virginia, 10 wine regions and 9 AVAs, there is A LOT to uncork. To help, here are 10 of the top Virginia wineries to sip.
Our wine experts have poured a taste of a few of the top things to do in Virginia wine country, when it’s time to take a break from wine tasting.
From wineries in Virginia that offer cozy rooms to budget friendly and full-service spas, there are a variety of places to stay in Virginia wine country.
If you have a weekend to explore the Ohio wine country, this itinerary for sipping through Lake Erie wineries is you.
You can’t hit all 30 Lehigh Valley wineries in one weekend, but this itinerary will get you on your way to discovering this Pennsylvania wine region.
These two New Jersey wine tasting itineraries map out a grape escape so you can sit back and sip in the NJ wine country.
As part of the Carpe Travel New Jersey Wine Travel Guide, we’ve shared a little of its history to sip in.
When visiting the New Jersey wine country, there’s a lot more to sip in than what’s in your glass. We’ve poured into things to do in each wine region.
As part of the New Jersey Wine Travel Guide, we’ve broken out our top recommendations of where to stay when sipping in the New Jersey wine country.
These 10 New Jersey wineries will give those exploring New Jersey wine country a sampling of the wine and the hospitality available in the Garden State.
As part of our New Jersey Wine Travel Guide, we have shared some sips on the grapes grown in the Garden State, its terroir and AVAs.
The Poconos are famous for outdoor activities but wine lovers know sipping in the Poconos wineries is the thing to do. Weekend guide to uncorking wineries in the Poconos.