World's Best Food & Wine Regions

Discovering unique and intense flavors is a huge part of what makes traveling so thrilling and memorable. From the exotic dishes of Southeast Asia, to robust feasts in Italy, Luxury Link has just what you're searching for in a food and wine escape. Even the most discerning of travelers are sure to discover something to satisfy their culinary desires.

French wine is world-renowned for its quality and traditions. This reputation grows from cabernet vines in Bordeaux, ages in Burgundy's oak barrels, and comes to life in the effervescent region of Champagne.

Regina Paris in Paris, France
Paris, France
La Bonne Étape in Château Arnoux Saint Auban, France
Château Arnoux Saint Auban, France

In the last 40 years. Northern California has emerged as an epicenter of fine wine production. Napa and Sonoma lead this charge, and are world-renowned for robust Merlots and Cabernet Sauvignon blends, as well as fine dining in the region's celebrated restaurants.

1801 First in Napa, California
Napa, California
Meadowood Napa Valley in Saint Helena, Napa County, California
Saint Helena, Napa County, California
Farmhouse Inn in Forestville, California
Forestville, California
Brewery Gulch Inn in Mendocino, California
Mendocino, California

Touring Italy's legendary wine-producing regions like Tuscany and Chianti is not just about beautiful scenery and vino, it's also about history. Pre-dating the Roman Empire, Italian wine is rich with both flavor and tradition.

La Posta Vecchia in Palo Laziale, Rome, Italy
Palo Laziale, Rome, Italy
Castello di Vicarello in Cinigiano, Italy
Cinigiano, Italy

Under the Michelin Stars The Gourmet Dining Scene in Spain

The sophistication of Spanish cuisine and the delectable dishes being created by its world-class chefs has resulted in numerous awards including a galaxy of Michelin stars shining above the Iberian Peninsula. Read more

An Expert from each Hemisphere Curates Wine for the Islands

Today some of the finest chefs in the world are opening restaurants in the Caribbean and Indian Oceans, and their sommeliers have been carefully building cellars to match. Read more