Just what is Pét Nat wine and Piquette wine and what are some other no or low alcohol wines to sip?
Visiting wine tasting rooms has a lot of perks…and some rules. We’ve laid out a few wine tasting etiquette rules to keep in mind for your next sip trip.
What are some of the favorite wine cocktails Masters of Wine and Sommeliers are sipping this summer? Get the recipes…
We find both wine and cocktails at the center of so many of our festivities. Why not pair the two? Recipes for 16 delicious wine cocktails. 16 luscious and rich wine cocktails recipes perfect for any occasion.
How is it that a natural plant-derived beverage like wine isn’t 100% vegan? Bonus – recommended vegan wines in Tuscany.
These wine storage tips are flexible and accommodate what’s best for your budget, space and general needs for storing wine at home.
What is orange wine? This style of winemaking is having a real moment. What to know about orange wine and US winemakers leading the style.
Wine is our jam, so we rounded up some of our favorite warming winter wine cocktails as the temps start to dip.
It’s a good time to give you wine lovers a little refresher on your American history regarding what was National Prohibition, how it got started, why it happened and the outcome.
Love Gewurztraminer wine and want to learn more about it? Carpe Travel’s guide to understanding everything about the Gewurztraminer grape and wine with food pairings. Cheers!
Carpe Travel’s editor offers personally tested tips on how to drink wine at the beach, park and camping for your summer sipping.
When it comes to pairing wine with chocolate there are some things to think about to enhance the flavors and bring out the little subtle notes in each.
It’s easy to crack the code on Canadian wine labels. Here we break down the label and explain the the wine regualtions that go along with it.
Our favoriate wineries, winemakers and wine pros who are bringing the tasting rooms straight to your living rooms with virtual wine tastings.
Discover the oldest wineries in America with Carpe Travel’s guide to the Historic American Wineries Every Wine Lover Should Visit.
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.
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 the answers to frequently asked …
Tips and tricks for Barbaresco and Barolo wine pairing with tips from the winemakers. Recipes and pairing ideas, both traditional and unique. Buon appetito!
Turin is the capital city of Piedmont and a favorite cultural city of Europe for many reasons. But, two of the most fun, help you start the day and the evening. Piedmont culture is all about coffee and aperitivo. Vermouth Originated in Turin, Italy. What is Vermouth? Vermouth is a fortified and aromatized wine. In …
As part of our Piedmont Wine Travel Guide, we’ve shared all you need to know about the grapes and wines produced in Italy’s Piedmont wine region.
Prosecco vs Champagne? Aren’t they the same? Not at all. We’ve broken down the difference between Prosecco and Champagne for you in our Wine 101 series.
Calling all bubble lovers! Here’s an American wine history lesson on how it is legal for a few U.S. wineries to label their sparkling wines as Champagne.
Switzerland is known for many things, but few know its wines as Swiss wines are one of the country’s guarded treasures. Why? Here’s everything your need to know.
No corkscrew? No problem. Using a screwdriver, hammer or even a lighter can work. Here are 5 tips on how to open wine without a corkscrew.
Wine is complicated enough, add in trying to sip Eco-friendly wines?!? We’ve broken down how to find/identify Organic, Biodynamic, Sustainable and Vegan wine.
Looking to learn a little more about wine, or just sip in more flavors? Here is your total list of wine movies to uncork!
Traveling to Italy? This guide helps to explain the Italian wine classifications so you can find the right wines for your pallet. By Alice Ross, contributing writer Italy is known for a lot of things, from the interesting Roman Empire history and the ruins to the stunning landscape and the pristine coasts along the Mediterranean, …
All 50 of the United States produce wine, making a wine country vacation easy. Here are our top U.S. wine cities to sip in.
15 Napa Valley Facts You Might Not Know I’ve spent a lot of time in Napa Valley exploring the different vineyards and wineries but it wasn’t until this last trip that I wanted to really dig into it. Literally, I wanted to dig in the dirt of every place we stopped. I’ve always known the …
To know a country is to know its drink… Have you ever had a Pimm’s Cup or an ice cold Abita Amber in New Orleans? Perhaps a Pina Colada in Puerto Rico – where the drink originates – or Champagne in France? When I travel, I love to try the local wine, beers and drinks …
What are your options for shipping wine back to the United States? Five solutions, from wine suitcases to shipping and more. Which is best for your travels?