In the Street: Santa Barbara County, Part 2
Reading Time: [est_time] "In the Street" is a new feature on our website where we share wine travel-related Instagram updates that we love. These featured photos should also provide visitors and wine lovers with tips on
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“In the Street” is a new feature on our website where we share wine travel-related Instagram updates that we love. These featured photos should also provide visitors and wine lovers with tips on where to go, what to eat, which wine to drink, and who to look out for. We hope that these roundups will intrigue you into learning more about the wine regions we often write and talk about here. Most importantly, Exotic Wine Travel is ultimately about savoring wine, meeting open-hearted wine lovers, and sharing personal stories, so we’d encourage you to follow these movers and shakers on Instagram.
Last week, in Part 1 of In the Street: Santa Barbara County, we took you to the winery of Beckmen, the street of Funk Zone, a visit to Municipal Winemakers, a view of Gaviota Wind Caves, and many more. This week, we’ll continue to explore Santa Barbara County through the eyes of 20 Instagrammers.
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