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  • Grape Harvest in Cachapoal Valley, Chile: Time for Wine!

    Grape Harvest in Cachapoal Valley, Chile: Time for Wine!
    The beginning of Autumn in the South Hemisphere is the perfect time to drink some wine, eat some typical food, and participate in the grape harvest festivities!
  • The Mystery of Wine Revealed at Bodegas Franco Españolas

    The Mystery of Wine Revealed at Bodegas Franco Españolas
    If you're a wine lover like myself, you will enjoy the ritual of uncorking a bottle, pouring a glass of wine, aerating by swirling the glass, breathing in its heady aroma and savor its unique taste. Of course you have felt its effect on the senses, the sense of relaxation and happiness that stays in the body after sharing a good bottle of Rioja with your partner or friends. But perhaps you have never wondered how the grape is transformed into this wonderful elixir. Read on to find out.
  • On the way to Wanaka

    On the way to Wanaka
    After the magical time that we spent in Fjordland, it was time to go back on the road in reach of our next destination: Wanaka! Although before Wanaka, we first went to Queenstown where we got really disappointed.
  • Summer Wine

    Summer Wine
    "Strawberries cherries and an angel's kiss in spring. My summer wine is really made from all these things"
  • Lagarada Traditional

    Lagarada Traditional
    “Lagar” means winery. But here they don’t just put the grapes in a machine, they stomp on them with their bare feet! And being such a proud people, we have to tell the world about our traditions.
  • Mission Hill Winery, Westbank, British Columbia

    Mission Hill Winery, Westbank, British Columbia
    A little pocket of the Mediterranean in the mountains of Canada.
  • Placerville Wineries, California

    Placerville Wineries, California
    In the fall of 2008, my family and I decided to visit two wineries in Placerville, CA. These two wineries offered a wonderful experience for everyone. They were both very accommodating, served fantastic wines, and offered beautiful surrounding views. The first winery we visited was the Boeger Winery. It was the bigger and older of the two that we visited. It had a big old building on the grounds which used to be where they processed and bottled the wines, but now it used as one their two small tasting rooms.
  • Huber's Farm (Borden, In)

    Huber's Farm (Borden, In)
    Every fall we grab a posse and caravan from Louisville up to Borden Indiana to Huber's farm. They have tractor rides out to pumpkin patches, you can pick your own apples, and they have a wonderful selection of fresh produce! This year we had about twenty people and spent the day laying in the grass, eating apples plucked fresh from the tree and running through the corn maze. I highly suggest that everyone nearby make an effort to go next October!