Create your own adventure with Wine Travel Guides

It's hard to keep up with all the wine regions out there all over the world.  One site on the web  is making it a little easier to navigate your way around European wine. Wine Travel Guides has over 50 guides with 2,500 pages worth of information -- for free!

I don't usually write about websites, but I was quite impressed with Wine Travel Guides.  It provides detailed guides for trip planning or interesting reads for the armchair traveler.  The guides are divided into France, Italy and Spain and then broken down into very specific regions. Within Burgundy, for example, there are guides for Chablis, Côte de Nuits, Côte de Beaune, Côte Chalonnaise, Mâconnais and northern Beaujolais and Heart of Beaujolais

The pages on each region on Wine Travel Guides offer in-depth information on the area's wines, places to stay, food of the region, visiting wineries and additional detail. All of the guide writers are well-published and experienced in the regions they write about.  Though it isn't quite clear on the website, all of this information is free of charge.  The only thing that costs a nominal fee are the PDF printouts of the wine guides, which are completely optional.

Photo of Savagnin vines on the steep vineyard terraces below the hilltop village of Château-Chalon. © Wink Lorch


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