Carpe Travel Launches Comprehensive Collection of Wine Travel Guides for U.S. Wine Regions

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22nd of July – Carp Travel, an online resource dedicated to wine travel, has created guides for over 30 wine regions of the United States, making planning wine trips easier than ever. For more than two years, the pandemic halted vacation plans, but now gas prices and inflation are becoming a bigger concern for travel. Carpe Travel’s comprehensive collection of wine country travel guides allows travelers to explore the wine regions of the United States, while staying within their travel and wine budget.

“Most people don’t realize that every US state produces wine, even Hawaii and Alaska. We’ve worked to create our USA Wine Travel Guides to help domestic travelers – and producers – with the goal of introducing lesser-known US wine regions to wine-loving travellers,” said Elaine Schoch. , founder and editor-in-chief of Carpe Travel. “With gas prices and soaring inflation, wine trips to Napa Valley, Bordeaux or Tuscany might be out of the question. But a weekend in wine regions closer to home, like Virginia, Colorado, Minnesota and Wisconsin, might not be.

Schoch and a team of wine and travel experts have developed guides for more than 30 wine regions in the United States, with more expected to be released in 2022. The guides share the history of each wine region, an overview of the region, its grapes, and its wines as well as insider tips, wine tasting itineraries and things to do beyond the vineyards so travelers can plan their own wine vacation. For those looking for extra help in planning a wine vacation, the company has introduced a new Wine Trip Design Program for Tailor-Made USA Wine Trips helping wine-loving travelers create their next grape getaway.

Carpe Travel also offers guides for British Columbia in Canada, Mexico, Bordeaux and various important regions of Italy. The company plans to expand its international presence in the fourth quarter of 2022.

“With the help of these guides, an individual doesn’t have to be — or even know — a sommelier to enjoy a wine country vacation or a stop at a winery,” Schoch said. “Our guides feature insights from local wine experts to help our readers plan their own grape getaway with information on where to sip, where to stay, and things to do beyond the vineyards.”

ABOUT CARP TRAVEL

Carpe Travel’s goal is to provide an invaluable resource for wine lovers – from novices to experienced professionals – to support them on their wine adventures. To arm them with regional details, insider tips, must-see places and things to see and do beyond the vineyards so they can plan their perfect grape getaway.
For more information, please visit https://carpe-travel.com.

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