Kangaroos, cockatoos, echidnas, shiraz, chardonnay and cycling. Experiencing wine country and its native wildlife on two wheels has become the next big thing for travelers looking to add an active component to their wine tasting.
Bicycling wine country
Winery locations and beautiful scenery often go hand in hand. So why not see it all at a slower pace, from the seat of a bicycle instead of behind the windows of a car or bus? Our first in a series on biking trips in wine country is the Finger Lakes of New York. Bicycling: […]
Days spent meandering down rural country lanes lined with grapevines, orchards, and hop fields ease into afternoon wine tastings. Nights are in small and welcoming Oregon towns you’ve never heard of, like Dundee, Newburg, McMinnville, and Carlton—population 1,755. Biking in Oregon’s Willamette Valley wine country at its best. Bicycles, Pinot Noir, and Oregon’s Willamette Valley […]