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What do you drink in the countries of the world

Here we are concerned with the question: "What do you drink in the world?" Wine tourism offers numerous opportunities to experience wines. When traveling, you can usually find drinks in bars. But there is a lot more that can be learned about it. Where do they come from? Who is producing them? What's the best way to drink them? How do you make them? If you get to the bottom of these questions, you experience the world of beverages much more intensely.

Wine hiking in Franconia - Hiking in the vineyards of Castell in the Franconian wine country

Wine hiking in Franconia - An unforgettable experience

Wine hiking in Franconia through the vineyards in Franconia The Franconian wine-growing region stretches along the Main. There are not only good wines there, the way of life of the people is also shaped by wine. On a wine hike in Franconia you can experience this well on a wine hike through the vineyards. After the hike...
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Take a vacation on the Main in Miltenberg

5 wine places for a wine weekend in the Main Valley

 Franconian Wine Weekend Excursions and tips for Würzburg visitors. Five wine villages in Franconia for a holiday with a winegrower in Franconia or for a wine weekend in Franconia? Holidays in a wine region of Germany are possible in these places. There is no official Franconian wine route that bears this name. But one ...
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Rheinhessen wine for beginners

Rheinhessen wine for beginners We like to drink wine. It has to taste good. That is one of the reasons why we often visit wine regions of the world. We try wines from the region at the local winemakers, which we then bring home. Nevertheless, we would not call ourselves wine connoisseurs. In addition ...
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Fish plate in Salzburg

Snack, snack, Marende - this is how it becomes a good snack

What are snacks? Snacks whet your appetite, right? If you go on holiday to Austria's wine-growing regions, these are an essential part of it. My mouth is watering every time I see the wooden boards, slates or porcelain plates and platters on which are meat, ham and sausages, tomato and cucumber slices, pickles, ...
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Travel tips and information about wine and drinks from all over the world

What do you drink in ...?

When we travel we ask ourselves again and again: “What do you drink in the country we are traveling to?” Europe alone shows how diverse the range of drinks is in the countries of the world. But what do you drink in the USA or in Canada. What do you drink in Africa? Or Asia? This is where it gets more difficult, but also more interesting. In these articles we introduce drinks to the world and take a look behind the scenes.

  • Wine Experiences
  • Discover Beers, Spirits and Liquors
  • Tea, Coffee and Non-Alcoholic Drinks

Wine Tourism and Wine Experiences

Take a look behind the scenes on your travels and discover how wines and drinks are made. There is much to discover about the world's drinks. This works best, if you do it at locations, where they are produced. You can also do it at festivals, where people celebrate them. But take a look for yourself. In our travel tips for wines and drinks you will find numerous possibilities, where you can experience the wines and drinks of the world. Wine regions and place to experience drinks exist in many regions of Europe and the world.

Where and How can you Experience Wine?

Here you will find articles on wineries, winemakers, wine regions, wine tastings, wine tours and other experiences that we have tested ourselves on our trips through wine regions. Use our experiences and practical tips to inform yourself about wine experiences in the countries we visited. Get to know the wine regions of the world with us.

Austria wine regions

Germany wine regions

Italy wine regions

Slovenia wine regions

Luxembourg wine regions

Canada wine regions

South Africa wine regions

Portugal wine regions

Wine Knowledge for Beginners

To help you get started on your journey into the fascinating world of wine, we collect information that we receive on our travels through the wine regions of the world. We are not wine specialists, but wine lovers. We learn something new in every winery, from every winemaker and in every vineyard. We share this knowledge here. Check it out! There are interesting things to discover for wine lovers.

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Here you can drink beers, spirits and liqueurs

It's not just wine and wine regions that promise a special treat. Just think of the ancient whiskey distilleries of Ireland or Scotland. Discover the smell that lingers in the air from the old barrels, which is pure pleasure. Have you seen how and where to make perry? There even is a museum for beer mugs. Do you know Iceberg Beer from Newfoundland? There is much to discover for those who want to find out more about their travel destination.

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Tea, Coffee and Non-Alcoholic Drinks

Drinks do not always have to include alcohol. Tea can be an interesting topic for travelers. Just think about the tea ceremonies. In Japan, such a ceremony certainly differs from one in England. Do you know the specialty coffees from Austria? Have you tasted the difference between highland and lowland coffee? Must and cider also offer interesting destinations for bon vivants. Did you know, that in Austria pear must is made from wild pears? In Ireland you can taste delicious ciders made from local apples. Have you ever made smoothies from local herbs? There is much to discover in the world of non-alcoholic drinks.

Discover where you can get to the bottom of non-alcoholic beverages

 

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