Top 5 Wine Blogs For The Inquisitive Wine Tourist

By February 26, 2016Wine
Wine Blogs for Wine Tourists

At Taste Vacations, we are clearly passionate about wine travel — we have more luxury wine tours than any other type of offering.  In our free time, we also love to read about wine travel and have a few favorite wine blogs where we pick up tips about exploring new wine regions or tasty tidbits about some of the old standards. Below we’ve compiled a list of wine blogs that show a variety of perspectives, highlighting a number of different wine regions.

5 Wine Blogs You Should Start Reading

    1. EnotecaMarcella – Looking to learn more about Italian wines? EnotecaMarcella is the wine blog for you.  Marcella’s main goals are to introduce you to the expansive list of Italian grape varietals and wines, teach respect for the Italian culture, and be a resource for the latest information on the current world of Italian wines.
    2. Wine Country Getaways –  Before planning your next California wine vacation on your own, you’ll want to consult Wine Country Getaways. Janelle and Joe Becerra have been exploring California wine country since 1965 and have a wealth of knowledge to bestow.  They provide recommendations for wineries that most wine country visitors will find interesting and fun, as well as provide wine trail guidance so that you can experience a wide range of different types of wineries.
    3. Ken’s Wine Guide – In search of the perfect wine for you next event? Look no further than Ken’s Wine Guide.  Ken features notable wines, restaurants, wineries, and wine country accommodations for wine lovers of all ages and knowledge levels.
    4. Riviera Grapevine – Chrissie McClatchie brings a fresh perspective on French wine as an Australian living in Nice, France. Working in the wine industry herself, she provides tips, recommendations, and resources that would be beneficial to anyone planning a trip to the Riviera.
    5. Grape Expectations – You’ll find a little bit of everything on Grape Expectations.  Cindy Rynning writes about various wine regions, wine varietals and tasting techniques; features interviews with winery owners and wine experts; and shares delightful stories of her wine travels.

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