Once the Bride and Groom Walk into the Sunset, the Honeymoon Phase Begins
Explore California wineries in Sonoma and Napa for a deliciously memorable experience.
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Sippng on the East Coast
The West Coast isn’t the only region for wine. Here are a few destinations to explore on the East Coast:
St. Augustine/Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. He loves the links. She loves the drinks. This laid-back destination in northern Florida will keep them both happy. The Players Championship is held each May in Ponte Vedra at the stadium course at TPC Saw Grass. The World Golf Hall of Fame is in St. Augustine, a chip shot from San Sebastian Winery, home to The Cellar Upstairs, a rooftop jazz club.
Finger Lakes Region, N.Y. There are more than 100 wineries and breweries in upstate New York, most open year-round. Tour on your own or by party bus. Accommodations range from tiny bed-and-breakfast inns to large resorts and spas.
Asheville, N.C. Entry to Biltmore Winery and Antler Village is included in admission to Biltmore Mansion, historic home to the Vanderbilts and the largest residence in America. There are a half-dozen other wineries in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, including Lake James Cellars, located in an old textile mill, and Addison Farms, where grapes grow in a former tobacco field.
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