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7 Wineries Worth Traveling To - And Don't Forget To Pack The New Aervana Travel

We’ve launched our newest product, the Aervana Travel, which is our wine aerator that fits in your purse, bag, or backpack, easy for traveling. It comes with a compact carrying case to neatly keep everything you need to enjoy a glass of perfectly aerated wine anywhere you are.

We’ve curated a list of some great wineries around the U.S. to explore and take your Aervana Travel with you. 

Merry Edwards Winery, Sebastopol, California

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Merry Edwards Winery offers three tasting experiences where you can explore the different flavors of the Sonoma County region. Owner, Merry Edwards, opened this winery in 2008 and she is now in her fifth decade of her winemaking career. 

In 2013 Merry was inducted into the Culinary Institute of America’s Vintners Hall of Fame, and on top of that, she won the James Beard Award for Best Wine, Beer, or Spirits Professional in the U.S. Once you taste their wine you’ll understand why they’ve won the many awards they have.

Black Star Farms, Traverse City, Michigan

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Embrace the enticing aromas and flavors of Black Star Farms hand-crafted wines. The “lake effect” climate of Traverse City enables the incredible growth of classic vinifera grape varieties, including Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Noir, and more.

Explore their 160-acre estate which includes two tasting rooms, an outdoor terrace, a cafe, an inn, and recreational trails. There’s enough to do to spend an entire weekend (or long weekend) at this winery with so much to explore!

Barboursville Vineyards, Barboursville, Virginia

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Take in the beautiful scenery of Barboursville Vineyards while tasting a wide variety of red and white wines in their Discovery Tasting Room or in their Library 1821. Or, the entire estate is open if you rather enjoy some wine while you stroll or on a picnic.

In addition, if you’re a history buff this is the place to be. These vineyards sit on an 18th-century estate and include the architectural masterpiece of the Landmark Ruins, a castle-looking house, guests are able to tour.

Becker Vineyards, Fredericksburg, Texas

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Texas may not be the first state that comes to mind when you’re thinking of wineries, but Becker Vineyards will surprise you in the best way possible! They offer five different tasting options and tours of the estate.

Becker Vineyards is a 10,000 square-foot facility and is a reproduction of a late 19th-century German stone barn, which is a prevalent style of the Texas Hill Country. They even have a lavender field that guests can stroll through while they enjoy their wine.

Biltmore Winery, Asheville, North Carolina

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Discover Biltmore Winery’s multi-award-winning reds, whites, and roses in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville. They offer a variety of tours and tastings whether you’re interested in a guided tour, a behind-the-scenes tasting, a chocolate and red wine tasting, and more!

Founded on a love for the land, preservation and environmental stewardship is a main priority for Biltmore Winery. Some things they do to stay sustainable are cork recycling, irrigating water from a nearby lake to prevent soil erosion, offsetting energy use with their 7,000 solar panels, and use grape byproducts for mulching and compost. 

Edna Valley Vineyard, San Luis Obispo, California

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Enjoy award-winning wines while relishing in the incredible views of the Islay Peak volcano at Edna Valley Vineyard. They offer both indoor and outdoor tasting experiences with the indoor offering limited release wines and the outdoor offering a self-guided tasting.

Grapes have been growing in this region since the 1800s and for good reason. Just five miles from the Pacific Ocean the constant breeze combined with the warm sunshine create the longest growing season in California. This enables them to create the decadent wines that they do.

Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant, Various Locations

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With wineries and restaurants across the country, Cooper’s Hawk is the perfect spot if you don’t want to travel too far from home. Cooper’s Hawk winemaker travels the globe for the best grapes to craft their wines.

Their tasting rooms provide guests the opportunity to expand their palates with their various wines and they even offer a wine club. Some of their wines that benefit from aerating include their Malbec, Petite Sirah, and Meritage.

With so many options around the U.S. to enjoy a day or few at a winery, you’ll find an endless number of times the Aervana Travel will come in handy.
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