Raise your glasses! Whether you prefer red or white, blanc or noir, these U.S. states are serving up some of the best vineyards in the country. Getting your hands on a perfect bottle of wine from one of these regions might be closer than you think!Lake Erie Wine Country
The Lake Erie Wine Country is a stretch of nearly 30,000 acres of land. Many of the acres are grapes of the Labrusca variety. The region spreads between Pennsylvania and New York. There are over 20 different wineries as well as dining and lodging for those who consider themselves wine lovers. Visitors can also take tours of the wineries and surrounding land. Monticello Wine Trail, Virginia
Are you a beeroisseur?
[beer·ois·suer \bir-ə-ˈsər\ n. person with good taste and judgment regarding beer.]
Beer brewing is a rapidly growing industry. In just 20 years, the number of breweries has risen from under 1,000 to 7,190 by the beginning of 2017. With brewing dating all the way back to the 5th millennium BC, it’s no wonder modern breweries have mastered the art of beer. So sit back, crack a cold one, and check out these states that have the most breweries per resident!
Numbers are based off of breweries per 100,000 residents.1. Vermont
Vermont is home to many breweries, becoming one of the world’s most respected beer destinations. In [...]
Birds of a feather flock together in these cities with their pretty Cuckoo names. These cities have lots to offer. Whatever you’re looking for, whether it’s a city fit for a pretty hummingbird or good eats (Polly want a cracker?) you’ll find it in one of these bird-like cities.Birdseye, Indiana
Birdseye is an antique town located in Indiana’s Jefferson County. Although it’s a small place, Birdseye has a local winery, eateries, and multiple parks. Birdtown, Ohio
Birdtown isn’t really a city, it’s a neighborhood. Although it’s just a tiny part of a much larger city (Greater Cleveland) it’s on the US Registry of [...]