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Take this tequila train through Napa

Take this tequila train through Napa When you think of Napa Valley, you’re probably not thinking about doing tequila shots. The vintage 1915 Wine Train, which brings wine-lovers on a 36-mile journey through the towns and vineyards of wine country, is now looking to appeal to liquor fans as well. The new Tequila Train is setting out to redefine the Napa Valley experience. Guests can enjoy a four-course Mexican feast, including chips, guacamole and salsas, tortilla soup, flat-iron steak, and orange mojo chicken served with Mayan rice. Of course, each dish is paired with different tequilas from Casa Dragones, an independent Mexican small batch producer. In case any further convincing was needed, Casa Dragones is actually Oprah’s tequila of…

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Wine caves

Wine caves Question: What country has the largest wine cellars in the world? Most people might assume France, right? Wrong. The answer is the small country of Moldova. Surrounded by much larger neighbors–Romania and Ukraine–Moldova is relatively obscure European country that happens two of the largest underground wineries on the planet. Cricova Winery Photo: Cricova Cricova Winery dominates the size of most other wineries. It has nearly 75 miles of underground cellar tunnels, some hand dug all the way back in the 1500’s. Remarkably the bottles in this winery are still racked by hand (turned incrementally by employees) – with workers turning up to 35,000 bottles a day! Their wine cellar contains some extremely rare bottles including a 1930’s…

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