Wine

A sampling of articles written about wine—news, travel, and features—plus sometimes beer and spirits too. 

Tour Germany’s Wine Country: The Mosel and The Pfalz | WineCountry.com

Although it shares a border with France — you know, the country with some of the most famous wine regions in the world — Germany’s wine industry is underrated and undiscovered. It may forever be overshadowed by its neighbor, but this underdog offers spectacular wine, scenery, and culture that is vastly different from what you’ll taste and find next door. This is a tale of two German wine regions worth exploring. They have different soils, climates, and mindsets, but both are a quick drive away

Napa’s Moodiest Tasting Room Opens With Prison-Themed Decor

The Prisoner Wine Company, creator of the number one luxury red blend in the country, has opened a one-of-a-kind tasting room off Highway 29 in Napa Valley. Having amassed a cult following for their innovative, yet extremely approachable blends paired with bold and provocative labels, the space opens just a few years after Constellation Brands purchased The Prisoner Wine Company for $285 million in 2016.

There’s an Under-the-Radar Wine and Food Adventure in Healdsburg

Known for its many experiences worthy of a spread in a glossy luxury magazine, Wine Country makes it hard to pick just one of them for a weekend (or weekday). However, the Estate Tour & Tasting at Jordan Winery in Healdsburg is an extremely strong contender. Now back for the summer season, it consists of a three-hour, educational wine and food journey throughout a 1,200-acre estate. “We wanted to get people outside. Food and wine is so much more fun when you can see where it came from,” said p