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Travel & Wine:    Sideways in Santa Barbara Wine Country

Santa Rita Fall No.6 Us

We’ve all seen the movie. Was Miles’ soulful devotion to the Pinot of Santa Rita Hills worth the bargain? We finally decided to find out.

Travel & Wine:    New Zealand: A Wine & Scenery Epilogue

Wanaka Vineyard

We experienced some of the best wines, winemakers, scenery and outdoor activities anywhere, all in such relative proximity. Caravanning is the most economical and flexible way to navigate through it, and we truly appreciated NZ’s popular support for caravan goers, as evidenced by the plethora of caravan parks and amenities in almost every little town. The abundance of exceptional wines and extraordinary fresh food (such as NZ meats, fish, fruits and cheeses) provides a gastronomic delight for the caravan chefs among us.

Wine:    Tips on Bottle Aging

Old Wine Bottles

Cellaring wines for at least two years can yield exceptional results, especially for less-costly wines. But how can one tell a priori what will age well and what won’t?

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