Itineraries from Europe
Bosnia and Herzegovina is a unique destination, in that its food and wine is so intertwined with its history—every bite or drop...
Croatia’s wine history dates back to the 5th Century BC, when Ancient Greek settlers cultivated grapevines on the Dalmation Islands.
It’s hard to find an area of France that does not make wine. The country produces between 7-8 billion bottles of wine...
One of the oldest wine producing countries in the world, Greece has a culture tightly bound to the grape.
Hungary was once one of the most important wine producers in Europe, and despite setbacks (the phylloxera outbreak in the 1880s, world...
Italy is renowned for its wine and food. The world’s largest wine producer, it has 20 wine regions that correspond with its...
Though it flies under the radar, Montenegro has a solid winemaking history, with the Romans producing wine here in the 2nd Century.
Portugal is the perfect place for the food and wine connoisseur.
Viticulture was present in Slovenia long before the Romans introduced grapes to France and Spain.
Spain is infamous for winemaking, and is the third-largest wine producer in the world.
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