There comes a moment in every wine lover’s life when they start to ask questions. And one of the most common is “What is sustainable wine?” We’ll dive deep into that and also get into the terms “organic,” “biodynamic,” and “natural.”
Read all about wine regions, wine trends, and where to travel for top wine in California, France, Italy, Spain, and Mexico from us, the experts at Salt & Wind Travel.
We’re missing Italy. You’re missing Italy. Everyone’s missing Italy! Since we all wish we could be sipping wine while travling around Italy, we’re partnering with Luca Bosio wines to offer you the next best thing: a giveaway for the chance to cook with a renowned Italian chef!
Lisa Samuel has given us her roadmap to the perfect itinerary in the Burgundy region of France to fit the daydream into a vacation-sized package.
Whether or not you’ve done Napa, you haven’t experienced the heart of Northern California wine country until you’ve explored Sonoma Valley. We’re partial to Sonoma, with its unhurried European pace and warm — here are our travel tips for a weekend away in Sonoma.
If you’re into bubbles and Italian wines, you’reprobably already well-versed in prosecco and Lambrusco. Well, there’sanother Italian sparkling wine that we’re geeking out over: Franciacorta. Here’s why you should try it stat.
Pignoletto is an Italian bubbly white wine from near the city of Bologna. It’s acid and mild, fruity flavor means it’s super foof friendly and perfect for brunch with friends or even date night. Here’s why you need to order a glass of Pignoletto wine on your next trip to Italy!