Food + Wine

Drink Globally

by Adam Skolnick

You've heard the clichéd phrase "drinking in the culture." Well, we suggest the literal interpretation: swigging the good stuff with the locals. Most often you'll be sampling a regional point of pride as well as tasting the local earth—the terroir—itself. Plus, it's a helluva good time (until the fuzzy-mouthed, bleary-eyed next morning, anyway). Consider this an alcoholic field guide to drinking around the world. We've avoided most of the behemoth producers and obvious choices, where the experience has been watered down (in alcohol, a very bad thing), and have looked instead for regions and tipples themselves that hearken back to a simpler time.

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