Touring New Mexico’s northern wine country

Tour New Mexico’s northern wine country. It is not widely known that New Mexico has some great wines and wonderful opportunities for wine enthusiasts to vacation in beautiful, historic areas and taste a bit of the grape. In fact, New Mexico has the oldest wine growing region in the United States.

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Fun fall fests in Germany – wine, beer and castles

Fall is the time when Germany, from the biggest towns to the smallest villages, abounds with every kind of festival imagined. It is an ideal time to visit. There are wurst festivals, farmer’s markets, autumn markets, and, of course, the ever popular wine fests and Oktoberfests (beer gardens)!

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Idaho Wine Country – You’ll want a passport!

The Idaho Wine Commission has created the Idaho Wine Passport Program. The goal of the passport is to invite customers to visit all participating passport wineries and gain access to great deals along the way. Each of the 20 participating wineries is offering special deals exclusively to those with a passport.

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Bruno’s for Italian in Springfield MO

Casual and familiar regulars don’t even need a menu when they order at Bruno’s Italian Restaurant in Springfield, Missouri.

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Eat at Farmers Gastropub in Springfield, Missouri

Pubs are meant to be places where anyone from the neighborhood can stop in to have a bite and a pint.

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Wine Trail B&B Water Valley Inn

The perfect family vacation or reunion site. Or, if you are looking for an old-fashioned country-wedding site, Water Valley Inn B&B is the spot. This huge farmhouse is a great gathering place. Make this a homebase for your wine trail tour.

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