Wine Travel Guides
At Carpe Travel we are always seeking to explore wine, sometimes in the predictable wine regions, others off the beaten path. The following map, guides and articles will help you explore our collection of wine travel recommendations, tales and tips.
We’re always adding to and creating more wine travel guides here at Carpe Travel – just like wine, our guides will improve with age. One of our areas of focus includes wine travel within the United States. After all, there are 50 states and each one is producing wine, making a getaway to wine country more possible than ever.
Here are a few of our featured U.S. wine travel guides to help you explore more of the wine country, both near and far.
Planning a Wine Country Vacation?
We’ve uncorked a slew of things to do in Napa Valley with kids to pair with your next visit. To be honest, a lot of these things are fun without kids too!
Missouri has a rich history in winemaking. The state’s unoffical wine histrorian, Tony Kooyumjian of Montelle Winery spills the juice along with his story.
There is a lot to do in Cowtown that doesn’t involve cows! We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite things to in Fort Worth that go beyond the cattle drives.
When it comes to wine, Thomas Jefferson is still the most wine-savvy POTUS we’ve had, not to mention America’s first great wine connoisseur. Why? 6 main reasons.
The is a lot to uncork in Monterey County wine country! Here are some seriously fun things to do in Monterey County that go beyond sipping wine.
San Antonio is in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, but sipping wine isn’t the only thing. Discover the best of the best of things to do in San Antonio.