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wine regions of the Rhône Valley

Top Picks for Rhône Valley Wine

Southern France’s Rhône Valley has long been synonymous with wine culture — think thousands of years, not just hundreds. While the first wine grapes were planted in France sometime during the 4th century B.C. and brought in by the Greeks, it’s the Romans we have to thank for the incredible quality and diversity of the…

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Exploring the Medieval Villages of the Rhône Valley

France’s Rhône Valley is world famous for wine, but it’s also a region filled with history and architecture, elaborate medieval villages, and white-stone castles.


Discover the History of the Rhône Valley: 4 Must-See Historic Sites

With multiple UNESCO World Heritage Sites and thousands of years of civilization, France’s Rhône Valley region is chock-full of historic places to explore.


5 Educational Experiences to Enjoy in Provence

Provence is a region in southern France steeped in sunshine, delicious food, and unimpeachable wine selections. Whether you’re recreating the artistic path of Van Gogh or trying to teach yourself the art of perfumery, Provence has myriad interests to delight both the casual enthusiast or the invested auteur. Read on to discover five educational experiences…

wine regions of the Rhône Valley

Complete Guide to the Rhône Valley Wine Region

Southern France’s Rhône Valley is known the world over for its production of high-quality red, white, and rosé wines. Home to ancient vineyards, timeless varietals, and world-renowned wines, learn about the Rhône Valley wine region and what makes the viticulture area so unique.

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Travel Plans Grounded? Explore the World from Home

If you’re like us, your travel plans for spring have been impacted by the Coronavirus. Over the next few weeks, as we spend more time at home, we’ll be reaching into our bookshelves, searching the internet, and watching films as a way to explore the world from home. Despite the fact that our suitcases may be…


Secrets of the Spanish Sparkling: Uncorking Cava

Cava, the sparkling wine of Spain and the not so distant cousin of the French Champagne has an ever-evolving story. Much like a French sparkling made in the Champagne region of the country, are the only bottles bearing the name, Cava originally was strictly from Catalonia exclusively. More modern bottles can be produced elsewhere in…


Taste Washington: Q & A

Taste Washington offers four days to discover 200+ Washington wineries and 65 chefs and restaurants, it’s the only wine and food festival to bring together numerous Washington wines and some of the best chefs in Seattle. This year it will be held March 19-22nd at CenturyLink Field, we asked Emily Silver, one of our Experi…


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