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Raise a Glass! 9 Wineries That Welcome Families

Get ready to un-wined after a day of adventure at one of these family-friendly wineries near DC.

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Kid-Friendly Wineries to Visit in 2021

Fresh air, room to roam, and a fancy flight. Here’s where to sip and chill this season!

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Sips & Sippy Cups: Local Wineries to Hit Now

Kick back, relax and sip a glass of wine while the kids play at these area wineries.

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5 Wines Mom Will Love

Want to buy mom a bottle of wine but don’t know where to start? Here are 5 she’ll love.

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5 Family-Friendly Wineries on California’s Central Coast

California’s Central Coast has countless family-friendly wineries to sip, savor and bring the kids. 

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Road Trip: Santa Ynez Valley

If your ideal vacation includes glamping, wine tasting and ostrich feeding, then the Santa Ynez Valley is your spot!

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Wine, Not Whine: 8 Family-Friendly Wineries in Santa Ynez

Why wait until your in-laws can watch the kids for a long weekend of wine tasting? At these kid-friendly wineries in Santa Ynez, the whole family will have a wonderful time (and be genuinely welcomed!).

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Mother’s Day Wine Tours She’ll Thank You For

Help mom wine-down this Mother’s Day with one of these nearby wine tours or tastings.

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Happy Trails: Sugarloaf Mountain for Mini Hikers

From the most tot-friendly hiking trails to the peak’s top perks, here’s the 411 on hiking Sugarloaf Mountain.

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Tie One On: 14 Neckties for Your Little Man

Whether they sport the suspender and bow tie look, or opt for a matching dad and his mini-me combination, here are 14 options for nifty neckwear.

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Vine and Dandy: U-Pick Muscadine & Scuppernong Farms

You might have heard through the grapevine that muscadines are in season. September and October are prime months for picking this southern grape. Muscadines have an intense sweetness like a Concord grape, but yet tougher, plum-like skins and larger seeds.…

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10 Community Theatre Productions Your Kids Will Love

If “all the world’s a stage,” nothing says “drama” quite like the words toddler, tween, and teen. Lucky for us, NYC has some great productions set to entertain all family members – even you. So gather up your aspiring thespians…

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Kid Rock Star Laurie Berkner Creates a Monster

There are two kinds of kiddos. Those who find the idea of a monster living in his closet infinitely interesting and those who find it utterly terrifying. Both types were in attendance for the grand debut of kiddie rock star…

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Date Night: Best Red Wines of 2012

From Cabs to Syrah to, yes, even Merlots, these are the Best Red Wines in Washington state that this panel of experts think you should be drinking now. Our friends over at Seattle Magazine have scrounged up the top wines…

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Worth the Drive: Visit Baby Goats on Earth Day

Most visits to a winery tend to follow certain marks. You’re going to taste wine. You’re going to josh with the person pouring the wine and probably learn a few interesting factoids from that person as well. And you’ll probably…

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Date Night: Best Eco-Friendly Wineries in Sonoma

Everyone seems to have an eco-friendly angle these days, but the wineries of Sonoma (and the area itself) have long been committed leaders within the movement. Many Sonoma wineries use a combination of green techniques like solar power and organic…

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Sonoma, California with Kids: Where to Stay, Eat, and Play!

Back in your pre-parent days, you probably never considered bringing your kids to wine-soaked Sonoma, but think again. Even though organic milk may the beverage of choice in your household these days, there’s no reason you can’t enjoy a day…

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Kid-Friendly Sonoma

Back in your pre-parent days, you probably never considered wine-soaked Sonoma a family destination, but think again. Even though organic milk may the beverage of choice in your household these days, there’s no reason you can’t enjoy a day trip…

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