For many of us, ordering wine in a restaurant is like shooting darts with our eyes closed. We set the bar quite low for ourselves when it comes to defining success, and often we're content just to hit the board. We may aim for a delicious wine (and strive not to embarrass ourselves in the process), but how can we expect to consistently nail our target when we're shooting blind?
Everyone knows by now that there are plenty of amazing inns you can find in wine country all across the U.S., but did you also know that there are several B&B's that offer special wine experiences all on their own? From private wine tastings to decadent dinners, which are both educational and entertaining, here are three properties where sipping and staying pair to perfection.
The United States is a beverage-crazed nation. A while back, I wrote an essay about Americans' infatuation with coffee. I'm not a big fan of coffee because it's too darn hot. I'm not a big fan of wine because it gives me a headache. And I'm not a big fan of beer because it tastes like dirty toilet water.