Special Wine Hosts:
March 30 - Mick Schroeter, Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards, Windsor, CA
April 1 - Klaus Bellinghausen, BBG/King Frosch Wines, Laguna Niguel, CA
April 8 - Tracy McArdle, Jessup Cellars, Yountville, CA
April 13 - Leo Gabica, Sweet Cheeks Winery, Eugene, OR
August 10 - Bill & Sheila Blakeslee, Blakeslee Vineyard, Sherwood, OR
November 2 - Dan Berger, Wine Expert
November 7 - Winegrowers of Dry Creek Valley® - Healdsburg, CA
November 14 - Dan Panella, Oak Farm Vineyards, Lodi, CA
November 16 - Matt Casavaugh, Casa Larga Winery, Fairport, NY
Begin in the legendary city of Amsterdam, with its myriad canals and distinctive architecture. Visit the majestic Gothic cathedral in Cologne, the German university town of Heidelberg and medieval Strasbourg. Conclude your journey amidst Switzerland’s snow-capped vistas, with a scenic lake cruise and souvenir shopping in two cosmopolitan cities, Lucerne and Zurich.
Paris and Zurich provide the perfect beginning and ending to your splendid journey along two of Europe’s most alluring rivers, the Rhine and Moselle. Discover the celebrated Champagne region of France in Reims, the unofficial capital of Champagne. In between, expand your imagination in fairytale villages—enchanting Cochem where folklore and history come alive in every street, and in well-preserved Bernkastel with its medieval Market Square and half-timbered houses. Whimsical fantasies abound at Siegfried’s Mechanical Musical Instrument Museum and at the Palace Gardens of Schwetzingen, a cultural heritage site of European significance with more than 100 sculptures scattered throughout its surprising landscape. Blend German heritage with Italian in Trier, with its Roman Imperial Baths and the Porta Nigra; and with French heritage in Strasbourg, and you have the most splendid journey.