Douro Valley, Portugal
Home to the well-known port wine, Douro Valley is a great place to enjoy delightful food and drinks with a lot less tourists! Douro Valley is known for their many flavorful dishes including wild boar stew and various breads, traditionally made with meats or olive oil.
Finger Lakes, New York
The Finger Lakes region accounts for a large mass of land in Central New York, but with plenty of wineries scattered across the region, visitors are never too far from a refreshing glass of Riesling, paired with meal comprised of locally-grown ingredients.
A rare gem in Bali, Seminyak is known for its beautiful beaches, wonderful shopping, and bold use of spices in its exquisite cuisine. With a bustling gastronomy scene, this peaceful town offers visitors a chance to relax and enjoy an array of cuisines and local specialties including suckling pig and a variety of fresh seafood.
Franschhoek, South Africa
The many enticing restaurants in Franschhoek each prepare a unique, yet authentic opportunity to experience the South African cuisine; however, a must try is Bobotie, a South African dish containing spiced minced meat baked with an egg topping.
Queenstown, New Zealand
With views of lakes and mountains, Queenstown serves the perfect backdrop to enjoy any meal, but with a plethora of local wineries and now, multiple breweries, travelers can indulge in farm to table meals of fresh duck or lamb paired with the perfect wine.