Wine

8 Vacation Rentals in the World’s Best Wine Regions
8 Vacation Rentals in the World’s Best Wine Regions
Each bottle of wine tells a story with its particular aroma and taste. These characteristics vary throughout wine regions, making each destination worthy of a visit.
By Annie Fleming - 10 months ago
A Concrete Guesthouse Commands a Ridge in Northern California’s Wine Country
A string of concrete-and-glass guest suites hugs the terrain in Sonoma, California.
Architect Barbara Bestor Shakes Up Napa Valley With a Modernist Winery
Ashes & Diamonds winery in Napa Valley, California, is a modernist destination that’s full of flavor and color.
A Minimalist Mediterranean Home Rises in Rural Spain
A Minimalist Mediterranean Home Rises in Rural Spain
The site of a former family vineyard becomes the wild and rugged canvas for Casa en el Campo—a modern home built from sleek, minimalist design.
Vineyard Views Are the Priority at This Calistoga Hideaway
Wade Design Architects and Geremia Design create an ethereal indoor/outdoor dream home that embraces California Wine Country's lush environs.
How to Select and Serve Wine Like a Sommelier This Holiday Season
These tips from the experts at Üllo will have you pouring like a pro.
Drink Up World-Class Wine, Art, and Architecture at This Posh Provence Hotel
The Château La Coste blurs the boundaries between art destination, vineyard, and full-service resort.
This Culinary School in Spain Features a Labyrinthine Bunker-Turned-Bar
In the coastal town of Castellón, a 19th-century villa with a military history now hosts a culinary institute called Gasma.
This Architect Couple’s Concrete Home in Brazil Sits Above a Wine Tasting Room
Surrounded by mountainous views, this home seamlessly integrates commercial and residential space through a unified material palette and a breezy open plan.
Drink Like a Sommelier With Helen Johannesen’s Top Wine Accessories
Helen Johannesen has a “Best New Somm” title from “Food & Wine,” and she’s ushering in a new era for the industry. Read on for her must-have wine accessories.
A 17th-Century Building in the Swiss Alps Is Reimagined as a Residence, Rental, and Wine Bar
A 17th-Century Building in the Swiss Alps Is Reimagined as a Residence, Rental, and Wine Bar
Designer Jonathan Tuckey reconfigures a stone-and-timber structure for contemporary living.
A Private Wine Cave Is Built Into a Limestone Hillside in Texas
Clayton Korte transforms an unearthed cavern into a subterranean wine cellar and lounge that nearly disappears into its surroundings.