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Road Trips for Wine- Road trips to wineries on wine trails and all things wine related!

>> Thursday, May 13, 2010

wine trailsIf you love wine, you will love Road Trips for Wine! This site covers everything related to wine- Wineries Off The Beaten Path, Road Trips for Wine Top 10 Best Wine Picks, Must attend wine festivals and events, Must attend Wine Tastings, and even Wine Widgets and Gadgets!

I love the photos on Road Trips for Wine! Check out these ones from her article on Wine Trails on Rails. Spectacular. "The Rocky Mountaineer Gold Leaf Wine Themed Experience is a fabulous way to road trip through Canada," she writes and I already agree. Those photo makes me want to pack my bags!
wine trips on railroadsOkanagan Wine Region

wine on tapFeatures include her favorite wine finds. Of course, her article on wines on tap caught my eye! She writes, "Did you ever imagine you would walk into a bar and ask what wines they have on tap? Well, imagine, because those days are here. The new trend throughout California is wine on tap, and it is all for the purpose of going green." How cool is that?

I'd love to try this wine the Silvertap organic wine she talks about! "At the forefront of making wine for the tap, or wine in the keg, is Silvertap, a Free Flow Wines Brand based out of Sonoma County, California. They grow and source sustainably farmed and organic grapes in some of the top vineyards. They deliver quality selections in kegs, that are made of lightweight refillable recycled material, which makes them easier to handle and reusable."

You can visit Road Trips for Wine to read all about everything to do with wine! You can also follow her adventures on Twitter and learn about upcoming wine events@roadtrips4wine.

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Steph,  said... May 13, 2010 at 9:54 AM  

I have always wanted to take a train ride through wine country!

Linda,  said... May 13, 2010 at 11:44 AM  

I've bookmarked that site, it looks great & I love everything wine!!

BluBerri6,  said... May 30, 2010 at 3:11 PM  

This is a great find!!! I'm definitely going to be visiting the site.

BluBerri6,  said... May 30, 2010 at 3:13 PM  

This is a great find!!! I'm definitely going to be visiting the site. Wine rocks!!

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