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6 Unlikely Wine Regions Around the World

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Certain parts of the world are like sacred ground for oenophiles, namely France and Northern California. But a number of unexpected locales are also getting into the wine business and turning out vintages that are receiving a lot of attention.

Here are six areas that have transformed into reputable wine regions over the years:

Certain parts of the world are like sacred ground for oenophiles, namely France and Northern California. But a number of unexpected locales are also getting into the wine business and turning out vintages that are receiving a lot of attention.

Here are six areas that have transformed into reputable wine regions over the years:

South East England conjures up visions of historical towns and breathtaking scenery. What you may not know is that southeast England also has vineyards that attract visitors and wine lovers from around the country. Plan your trip in May, when English Wine Week occurs and the vineyards offer specials and events. A stop at the Denbies Wine Estate is a must. As the largest vineyard in England, Denbies includes award-winning wines, art exhibitions, restaurants and tours.

Arizona may be better known for its resorts and retreats, but the area also has enough vineyards for wine lovers to take a tour. Stay in one of Tucson's resorts (we suggest the Westward Look) and then check out the vineyards that lie between Sonoita and Patagonia, including Rancho Rossa Vineyards and Callaghan Vineyards.

Ukraine may be known for its troubled political past, but its winemaking regions also go back further than you may think. Although many areas produce wine, the largest is Crimea, which made wines for the country's royalty; but many vineyards were destroyed under the Communist reign. Several cruises, like SeaDream Yacht Club, offer day tours along the beautiful Black Sea and feature a trip to the Massandra Winery, the oldest in Ukraine and a former palace of the Tsars.

Thailand produces beer that is served at Thai restaurants the world over. But what you may not know is that in addition to Singha, you can also pair Thai-produced wines with your pad Thai noodles. In fact, wine tours are one of the newest parts of the Thai hospitality industry and you can find luxe private tours that take you to the wineries surrounding major cities like Bangkok. Decide on the region you want to learn more about, like exploring the fruity wines of northern Thailand while perched on the back of an elephant. Spend a day touring multiple wineries or stay overnight, and discover the local cuisine.

Canada has grown into a large wine industry over the years. From the country famous Icewines, connoisseurs can also enjoy fruit wines, meads and ciders, organic wines and fortified wines. If you're in British Columbia, stay at Damali Lavender Farm Winery and B&B. Not only will you enjoy the lavender fields and vineyards on the premises, you will also be close enough to tour the nearby Cowichan Wine Country of Vancouver Island.

Israel's wine industry started off as something of a joke, but over the years, the wines produced in the ancient land have become prize-winning and received accolades from wine experts in such publications as Wine Spectator. Israeli wines are not sickly sweet. Thanks to better technologies and winemaking practices adopted from across the globe, wines are now suitable for drinking at any meal.

In Golan Heights and the Negev, there are plenty of wineries and boutique vineyards to choose from and favorite varieties include Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay, and Sauvignon Blanc. Israeli wines can be found in restaurants internationally, but to visit the region yourself, try booking a wine tour with Wines Across Israel or a similar tour company, as the experts can help you also find a boutique hotel outside of the major cities. Wine tours also afford the ability for personal tastings and talks with the winemakers.

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Here's Your Ultimate Guide To Drinking Around the World At Epcot

It's the grown-up version of a Disney vacation: Spend a day at Epcot and challenge yourself to drink one cocktail, beer, or glass of wine at each of the 11 countries featured in the World Showcase.

Yes, that's right: 11 drinks. And the World Showcase area of the park is typically open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., so you have less than an hour to down each one. (We'll still give you full credit if you decide to spare your liver and share each cocktail with a friend.) You can expect to spend about $6 to $16 per drink, on top of the $97 cost of admission . and you'll need cash for meals and snacks, so you don't pass out four countries in.

The World Showcase surrounds a lagoon in the back of the park, so as soon as you enter the area, you're faced with a big decision: Go left and start in Mexico, or head right to start in Canada. If you're a fan of cocktails, follow the list below from top to bottom (starting in Mexico and ending in Canada). If you want to drink beer at each stop, start at the bottom of the story &mdash with Canada &mdash and work your way up, recommends EasyWDW.com, a website and forum devoted to planning Disney vacations.

Delish editor Philip Swift tried this theme park-goer rite of passage firsthand a few years ago, while filming his documentary, The Dark Side of Disney. He started with sake in Japan &mdash and tried to hit up every country in an ambitious 4 hours' time. That turned out to be a big mistake. Huge.

"It's been kind of a nightmare," he said. But if you really want to see what it's like going that hardcore at Epcot, check out the video above.

If you're willing to take your time, spreading your journey around the world to the entire day &mdash or, better yet, two &mdash here's your country-by-country game plan:

Mexico

If You're Craving a Cocktail: Jalapeño Margarita at La Cava del Tequila*

If You Prefer Beer: Dos Equis Lager Draft

And Pair It With This: Queso blanco and chips

*Pro tip: Show your server you follow @CavadelTequila to score free chips and salsa.

Norway

Drink This: Viking Coffee (Baileys Irish Cream and Kamora Coffee Liqueur) at Kringla Bakeri Og Cafe

Or This: Carlsberg Draft Beer

And Pair It With This: Troll Horn, a crispy pastry shell filled with whipped cream and Cloudberry jam (not to be confused with snozberries)

But Maybe Avoid This: The Linie Acquavit shot, which has been described as "potato alcohol that tastes like it's mixed with fire and dill pickles"

China

Drink This: Canto Loopy (cantaloupe juice spiked with vodka) at the Joy of Tea

Or This: Tsingtao Beer

And Pair It With This: Chinese BBQ Pork Buns

Germany

Drink This: Bärenjäger Honey & Bourbon at Biergarten Restaurant

Or This: Schöfferhofer Pink Grapefruit Hefeweizen

And Pair It With This: Pork Schnitzel

Italy

Drink This: Frizzante (a mix of Campari, mandarin orange juice and Prosecco)

Or This: TipoPils Draft

And Pair It With This: Prosciutto di Parma panini

United States of America

Drink This: Whiskey-spiked frozen lemonade at The Smokehouse

Or This: Cigar City Maduro Brown Ale at Block & Hans (brewed in Tampa, Fla., it's about as close to a local brew as you can get at Epcot)


Here's Your Ultimate Guide To Drinking Around the World At Epcot

It's the grown-up version of a Disney vacation: Spend a day at Epcot and challenge yourself to drink one cocktail, beer, or glass of wine at each of the 11 countries featured in the World Showcase.

Yes, that's right: 11 drinks. And the World Showcase area of the park is typically open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., so you have less than an hour to down each one. (We'll still give you full credit if you decide to spare your liver and share each cocktail with a friend.) You can expect to spend about $6 to $16 per drink, on top of the $97 cost of admission . and you'll need cash for meals and snacks, so you don't pass out four countries in.

The World Showcase surrounds a lagoon in the back of the park, so as soon as you enter the area, you're faced with a big decision: Go left and start in Mexico, or head right to start in Canada. If you're a fan of cocktails, follow the list below from top to bottom (starting in Mexico and ending in Canada). If you want to drink beer at each stop, start at the bottom of the story &mdash with Canada &mdash and work your way up, recommends EasyWDW.com, a website and forum devoted to planning Disney vacations.

Delish editor Philip Swift tried this theme park-goer rite of passage firsthand a few years ago, while filming his documentary, The Dark Side of Disney. He started with sake in Japan &mdash and tried to hit up every country in an ambitious 4 hours' time. That turned out to be a big mistake. Huge.

"It's been kind of a nightmare," he said. But if you really want to see what it's like going that hardcore at Epcot, check out the video above.

If you're willing to take your time, spreading your journey around the world to the entire day &mdash or, better yet, two &mdash here's your country-by-country game plan:

Mexico

If You're Craving a Cocktail: Jalapeño Margarita at La Cava del Tequila*

If You Prefer Beer: Dos Equis Lager Draft

And Pair It With This: Queso blanco and chips

*Pro tip: Show your server you follow @CavadelTequila to score free chips and salsa.

Norway

Drink This: Viking Coffee (Baileys Irish Cream and Kamora Coffee Liqueur) at Kringla Bakeri Og Cafe

Or This: Carlsberg Draft Beer

And Pair It With This: Troll Horn, a crispy pastry shell filled with whipped cream and Cloudberry jam (not to be confused with snozberries)

But Maybe Avoid This: The Linie Acquavit shot, which has been described as "potato alcohol that tastes like it's mixed with fire and dill pickles"

China

Drink This: Canto Loopy (cantaloupe juice spiked with vodka) at the Joy of Tea

Or This: Tsingtao Beer

And Pair It With This: Chinese BBQ Pork Buns

Germany

Drink This: Bärenjäger Honey & Bourbon at Biergarten Restaurant

Or This: Schöfferhofer Pink Grapefruit Hefeweizen

And Pair It With This: Pork Schnitzel

Italy

Drink This: Frizzante (a mix of Campari, mandarin orange juice and Prosecco)

Or This: TipoPils Draft

And Pair It With This: Prosciutto di Parma panini

United States of America

Drink This: Whiskey-spiked frozen lemonade at The Smokehouse

Or This: Cigar City Maduro Brown Ale at Block & Hans (brewed in Tampa, Fla., it's about as close to a local brew as you can get at Epcot)


Here's Your Ultimate Guide To Drinking Around the World At Epcot

It's the grown-up version of a Disney vacation: Spend a day at Epcot and challenge yourself to drink one cocktail, beer, or glass of wine at each of the 11 countries featured in the World Showcase.

Yes, that's right: 11 drinks. And the World Showcase area of the park is typically open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., so you have less than an hour to down each one. (We'll still give you full credit if you decide to spare your liver and share each cocktail with a friend.) You can expect to spend about $6 to $16 per drink, on top of the $97 cost of admission . and you'll need cash for meals and snacks, so you don't pass out four countries in.

The World Showcase surrounds a lagoon in the back of the park, so as soon as you enter the area, you're faced with a big decision: Go left and start in Mexico, or head right to start in Canada. If you're a fan of cocktails, follow the list below from top to bottom (starting in Mexico and ending in Canada). If you want to drink beer at each stop, start at the bottom of the story &mdash with Canada &mdash and work your way up, recommends EasyWDW.com, a website and forum devoted to planning Disney vacations.

Delish editor Philip Swift tried this theme park-goer rite of passage firsthand a few years ago, while filming his documentary, The Dark Side of Disney. He started with sake in Japan &mdash and tried to hit up every country in an ambitious 4 hours' time. That turned out to be a big mistake. Huge.

"It's been kind of a nightmare," he said. But if you really want to see what it's like going that hardcore at Epcot, check out the video above.

If you're willing to take your time, spreading your journey around the world to the entire day &mdash or, better yet, two &mdash here's your country-by-country game plan:

Mexico

If You're Craving a Cocktail: Jalapeño Margarita at La Cava del Tequila*

If You Prefer Beer: Dos Equis Lager Draft

And Pair It With This: Queso blanco and chips

*Pro tip: Show your server you follow @CavadelTequila to score free chips and salsa.

Norway

Drink This: Viking Coffee (Baileys Irish Cream and Kamora Coffee Liqueur) at Kringla Bakeri Og Cafe

Or This: Carlsberg Draft Beer

And Pair It With This: Troll Horn, a crispy pastry shell filled with whipped cream and Cloudberry jam (not to be confused with snozberries)

But Maybe Avoid This: The Linie Acquavit shot, which has been described as "potato alcohol that tastes like it's mixed with fire and dill pickles"

China

Drink This: Canto Loopy (cantaloupe juice spiked with vodka) at the Joy of Tea

Or This: Tsingtao Beer

And Pair It With This: Chinese BBQ Pork Buns

Germany

Drink This: Bärenjäger Honey & Bourbon at Biergarten Restaurant

Or This: Schöfferhofer Pink Grapefruit Hefeweizen

And Pair It With This: Pork Schnitzel

Italy

Drink This: Frizzante (a mix of Campari, mandarin orange juice and Prosecco)

Or This: TipoPils Draft

And Pair It With This: Prosciutto di Parma panini

United States of America

Drink This: Whiskey-spiked frozen lemonade at The Smokehouse

Or This: Cigar City Maduro Brown Ale at Block & Hans (brewed in Tampa, Fla., it's about as close to a local brew as you can get at Epcot)


Here's Your Ultimate Guide To Drinking Around the World At Epcot

It's the grown-up version of a Disney vacation: Spend a day at Epcot and challenge yourself to drink one cocktail, beer, or glass of wine at each of the 11 countries featured in the World Showcase.

Yes, that's right: 11 drinks. And the World Showcase area of the park is typically open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., so you have less than an hour to down each one. (We'll still give you full credit if you decide to spare your liver and share each cocktail with a friend.) You can expect to spend about $6 to $16 per drink, on top of the $97 cost of admission . and you'll need cash for meals and snacks, so you don't pass out four countries in.

The World Showcase surrounds a lagoon in the back of the park, so as soon as you enter the area, you're faced with a big decision: Go left and start in Mexico, or head right to start in Canada. If you're a fan of cocktails, follow the list below from top to bottom (starting in Mexico and ending in Canada). If you want to drink beer at each stop, start at the bottom of the story &mdash with Canada &mdash and work your way up, recommends EasyWDW.com, a website and forum devoted to planning Disney vacations.

Delish editor Philip Swift tried this theme park-goer rite of passage firsthand a few years ago, while filming his documentary, The Dark Side of Disney. He started with sake in Japan &mdash and tried to hit up every country in an ambitious 4 hours' time. That turned out to be a big mistake. Huge.

"It's been kind of a nightmare," he said. But if you really want to see what it's like going that hardcore at Epcot, check out the video above.

If you're willing to take your time, spreading your journey around the world to the entire day &mdash or, better yet, two &mdash here's your country-by-country game plan:

Mexico

If You're Craving a Cocktail: Jalapeño Margarita at La Cava del Tequila*

If You Prefer Beer: Dos Equis Lager Draft

And Pair It With This: Queso blanco and chips

*Pro tip: Show your server you follow @CavadelTequila to score free chips and salsa.

Norway

Drink This: Viking Coffee (Baileys Irish Cream and Kamora Coffee Liqueur) at Kringla Bakeri Og Cafe

Or This: Carlsberg Draft Beer

And Pair It With This: Troll Horn, a crispy pastry shell filled with whipped cream and Cloudberry jam (not to be confused with snozberries)

But Maybe Avoid This: The Linie Acquavit shot, which has been described as "potato alcohol that tastes like it's mixed with fire and dill pickles"

China

Drink This: Canto Loopy (cantaloupe juice spiked with vodka) at the Joy of Tea

Or This: Tsingtao Beer

And Pair It With This: Chinese BBQ Pork Buns

Germany

Drink This: Bärenjäger Honey & Bourbon at Biergarten Restaurant

Or This: Schöfferhofer Pink Grapefruit Hefeweizen

And Pair It With This: Pork Schnitzel

Italy

Drink This: Frizzante (a mix of Campari, mandarin orange juice and Prosecco)

Or This: TipoPils Draft

And Pair It With This: Prosciutto di Parma panini

United States of America

Drink This: Whiskey-spiked frozen lemonade at The Smokehouse

Or This: Cigar City Maduro Brown Ale at Block & Hans (brewed in Tampa, Fla., it's about as close to a local brew as you can get at Epcot)


Here's Your Ultimate Guide To Drinking Around the World At Epcot

It's the grown-up version of a Disney vacation: Spend a day at Epcot and challenge yourself to drink one cocktail, beer, or glass of wine at each of the 11 countries featured in the World Showcase.

Yes, that's right: 11 drinks. And the World Showcase area of the park is typically open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., so you have less than an hour to down each one. (We'll still give you full credit if you decide to spare your liver and share each cocktail with a friend.) You can expect to spend about $6 to $16 per drink, on top of the $97 cost of admission . and you'll need cash for meals and snacks, so you don't pass out four countries in.

The World Showcase surrounds a lagoon in the back of the park, so as soon as you enter the area, you're faced with a big decision: Go left and start in Mexico, or head right to start in Canada. If you're a fan of cocktails, follow the list below from top to bottom (starting in Mexico and ending in Canada). If you want to drink beer at each stop, start at the bottom of the story &mdash with Canada &mdash and work your way up, recommends EasyWDW.com, a website and forum devoted to planning Disney vacations.

Delish editor Philip Swift tried this theme park-goer rite of passage firsthand a few years ago, while filming his documentary, The Dark Side of Disney. He started with sake in Japan &mdash and tried to hit up every country in an ambitious 4 hours' time. That turned out to be a big mistake. Huge.

"It's been kind of a nightmare," he said. But if you really want to see what it's like going that hardcore at Epcot, check out the video above.

If you're willing to take your time, spreading your journey around the world to the entire day &mdash or, better yet, two &mdash here's your country-by-country game plan:

Mexico

If You're Craving a Cocktail: Jalapeño Margarita at La Cava del Tequila*

If You Prefer Beer: Dos Equis Lager Draft

And Pair It With This: Queso blanco and chips

*Pro tip: Show your server you follow @CavadelTequila to score free chips and salsa.

Norway

Drink This: Viking Coffee (Baileys Irish Cream and Kamora Coffee Liqueur) at Kringla Bakeri Og Cafe

Or This: Carlsberg Draft Beer

And Pair It With This: Troll Horn, a crispy pastry shell filled with whipped cream and Cloudberry jam (not to be confused with snozberries)

But Maybe Avoid This: The Linie Acquavit shot, which has been described as "potato alcohol that tastes like it's mixed with fire and dill pickles"

China

Drink This: Canto Loopy (cantaloupe juice spiked with vodka) at the Joy of Tea

Or This: Tsingtao Beer

And Pair It With This: Chinese BBQ Pork Buns

Germany

Drink This: Bärenjäger Honey & Bourbon at Biergarten Restaurant

Or This: Schöfferhofer Pink Grapefruit Hefeweizen

And Pair It With This: Pork Schnitzel

Italy

Drink This: Frizzante (a mix of Campari, mandarin orange juice and Prosecco)

Or This: TipoPils Draft

And Pair It With This: Prosciutto di Parma panini

United States of America

Drink This: Whiskey-spiked frozen lemonade at The Smokehouse

Or This: Cigar City Maduro Brown Ale at Block & Hans (brewed in Tampa, Fla., it's about as close to a local brew as you can get at Epcot)


Here's Your Ultimate Guide To Drinking Around the World At Epcot

It's the grown-up version of a Disney vacation: Spend a day at Epcot and challenge yourself to drink one cocktail, beer, or glass of wine at each of the 11 countries featured in the World Showcase.

Yes, that's right: 11 drinks. And the World Showcase area of the park is typically open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., so you have less than an hour to down each one. (We'll still give you full credit if you decide to spare your liver and share each cocktail with a friend.) You can expect to spend about $6 to $16 per drink, on top of the $97 cost of admission . and you'll need cash for meals and snacks, so you don't pass out four countries in.

The World Showcase surrounds a lagoon in the back of the park, so as soon as you enter the area, you're faced with a big decision: Go left and start in Mexico, or head right to start in Canada. If you're a fan of cocktails, follow the list below from top to bottom (starting in Mexico and ending in Canada). If you want to drink beer at each stop, start at the bottom of the story &mdash with Canada &mdash and work your way up, recommends EasyWDW.com, a website and forum devoted to planning Disney vacations.

Delish editor Philip Swift tried this theme park-goer rite of passage firsthand a few years ago, while filming his documentary, The Dark Side of Disney. He started with sake in Japan &mdash and tried to hit up every country in an ambitious 4 hours' time. That turned out to be a big mistake. Huge.

"It's been kind of a nightmare," he said. But if you really want to see what it's like going that hardcore at Epcot, check out the video above.

If you're willing to take your time, spreading your journey around the world to the entire day &mdash or, better yet, two &mdash here's your country-by-country game plan:

Mexico

If You're Craving a Cocktail: Jalapeño Margarita at La Cava del Tequila*

If You Prefer Beer: Dos Equis Lager Draft

And Pair It With This: Queso blanco and chips

*Pro tip: Show your server you follow @CavadelTequila to score free chips and salsa.

Norway

Drink This: Viking Coffee (Baileys Irish Cream and Kamora Coffee Liqueur) at Kringla Bakeri Og Cafe

Or This: Carlsberg Draft Beer

And Pair It With This: Troll Horn, a crispy pastry shell filled with whipped cream and Cloudberry jam (not to be confused with snozberries)

But Maybe Avoid This: The Linie Acquavit shot, which has been described as "potato alcohol that tastes like it's mixed with fire and dill pickles"

China

Drink This: Canto Loopy (cantaloupe juice spiked with vodka) at the Joy of Tea

Or This: Tsingtao Beer

And Pair It With This: Chinese BBQ Pork Buns

Germany

Drink This: Bärenjäger Honey & Bourbon at Biergarten Restaurant

Or This: Schöfferhofer Pink Grapefruit Hefeweizen

And Pair It With This: Pork Schnitzel

Italy

Drink This: Frizzante (a mix of Campari, mandarin orange juice and Prosecco)

Or This: TipoPils Draft

And Pair It With This: Prosciutto di Parma panini

United States of America

Drink This: Whiskey-spiked frozen lemonade at The Smokehouse

Or This: Cigar City Maduro Brown Ale at Block & Hans (brewed in Tampa, Fla., it's about as close to a local brew as you can get at Epcot)


Here's Your Ultimate Guide To Drinking Around the World At Epcot

It's the grown-up version of a Disney vacation: Spend a day at Epcot and challenge yourself to drink one cocktail, beer, or glass of wine at each of the 11 countries featured in the World Showcase.

Yes, that's right: 11 drinks. And the World Showcase area of the park is typically open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., so you have less than an hour to down each one. (We'll still give you full credit if you decide to spare your liver and share each cocktail with a friend.) You can expect to spend about $6 to $16 per drink, on top of the $97 cost of admission . and you'll need cash for meals and snacks, so you don't pass out four countries in.

The World Showcase surrounds a lagoon in the back of the park, so as soon as you enter the area, you're faced with a big decision: Go left and start in Mexico, or head right to start in Canada. If you're a fan of cocktails, follow the list below from top to bottom (starting in Mexico and ending in Canada). If you want to drink beer at each stop, start at the bottom of the story &mdash with Canada &mdash and work your way up, recommends EasyWDW.com, a website and forum devoted to planning Disney vacations.

Delish editor Philip Swift tried this theme park-goer rite of passage firsthand a few years ago, while filming his documentary, The Dark Side of Disney. He started with sake in Japan &mdash and tried to hit up every country in an ambitious 4 hours' time. That turned out to be a big mistake. Huge.

"It's been kind of a nightmare," he said. But if you really want to see what it's like going that hardcore at Epcot, check out the video above.

If you're willing to take your time, spreading your journey around the world to the entire day &mdash or, better yet, two &mdash here's your country-by-country game plan:

Mexico

If You're Craving a Cocktail: Jalapeño Margarita at La Cava del Tequila*

If You Prefer Beer: Dos Equis Lager Draft

And Pair It With This: Queso blanco and chips

*Pro tip: Show your server you follow @CavadelTequila to score free chips and salsa.

Norway

Drink This: Viking Coffee (Baileys Irish Cream and Kamora Coffee Liqueur) at Kringla Bakeri Og Cafe

Or This: Carlsberg Draft Beer

And Pair It With This: Troll Horn, a crispy pastry shell filled with whipped cream and Cloudberry jam (not to be confused with snozberries)

But Maybe Avoid This: The Linie Acquavit shot, which has been described as "potato alcohol that tastes like it's mixed with fire and dill pickles"

China

Drink This: Canto Loopy (cantaloupe juice spiked with vodka) at the Joy of Tea

Or This: Tsingtao Beer

And Pair It With This: Chinese BBQ Pork Buns

Germany

Drink This: Bärenjäger Honey & Bourbon at Biergarten Restaurant

Or This: Schöfferhofer Pink Grapefruit Hefeweizen

And Pair It With This: Pork Schnitzel

Italy

Drink This: Frizzante (a mix of Campari, mandarin orange juice and Prosecco)

Or This: TipoPils Draft

And Pair It With This: Prosciutto di Parma panini

United States of America

Drink This: Whiskey-spiked frozen lemonade at The Smokehouse

Or This: Cigar City Maduro Brown Ale at Block & Hans (brewed in Tampa, Fla., it's about as close to a local brew as you can get at Epcot)


Here's Your Ultimate Guide To Drinking Around the World At Epcot

It's the grown-up version of a Disney vacation: Spend a day at Epcot and challenge yourself to drink one cocktail, beer, or glass of wine at each of the 11 countries featured in the World Showcase.

Yes, that's right: 11 drinks. And the World Showcase area of the park is typically open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., so you have less than an hour to down each one. (We'll still give you full credit if you decide to spare your liver and share each cocktail with a friend.) You can expect to spend about $6 to $16 per drink, on top of the $97 cost of admission . and you'll need cash for meals and snacks, so you don't pass out four countries in.

The World Showcase surrounds a lagoon in the back of the park, so as soon as you enter the area, you're faced with a big decision: Go left and start in Mexico, or head right to start in Canada. If you're a fan of cocktails, follow the list below from top to bottom (starting in Mexico and ending in Canada). If you want to drink beer at each stop, start at the bottom of the story &mdash with Canada &mdash and work your way up, recommends EasyWDW.com, a website and forum devoted to planning Disney vacations.

Delish editor Philip Swift tried this theme park-goer rite of passage firsthand a few years ago, while filming his documentary, The Dark Side of Disney. He started with sake in Japan &mdash and tried to hit up every country in an ambitious 4 hours' time. That turned out to be a big mistake. Huge.

"It's been kind of a nightmare," he said. But if you really want to see what it's like going that hardcore at Epcot, check out the video above.

If you're willing to take your time, spreading your journey around the world to the entire day &mdash or, better yet, two &mdash here's your country-by-country game plan:

Mexico

If You're Craving a Cocktail: Jalapeño Margarita at La Cava del Tequila*

If You Prefer Beer: Dos Equis Lager Draft

And Pair It With This: Queso blanco and chips

*Pro tip: Show your server you follow @CavadelTequila to score free chips and salsa.

Norway

Drink This: Viking Coffee (Baileys Irish Cream and Kamora Coffee Liqueur) at Kringla Bakeri Og Cafe

Or This: Carlsberg Draft Beer

And Pair It With This: Troll Horn, a crispy pastry shell filled with whipped cream and Cloudberry jam (not to be confused with snozberries)

But Maybe Avoid This: The Linie Acquavit shot, which has been described as "potato alcohol that tastes like it's mixed with fire and dill pickles"

China

Drink This: Canto Loopy (cantaloupe juice spiked with vodka) at the Joy of Tea

Or This: Tsingtao Beer

And Pair It With This: Chinese BBQ Pork Buns

Germany

Drink This: Bärenjäger Honey & Bourbon at Biergarten Restaurant

Or This: Schöfferhofer Pink Grapefruit Hefeweizen

And Pair It With This: Pork Schnitzel

Italy

Drink This: Frizzante (a mix of Campari, mandarin orange juice and Prosecco)

Or This: TipoPils Draft

And Pair It With This: Prosciutto di Parma panini

United States of America

Drink This: Whiskey-spiked frozen lemonade at The Smokehouse

Or This: Cigar City Maduro Brown Ale at Block & Hans (brewed in Tampa, Fla., it's about as close to a local brew as you can get at Epcot)


Here's Your Ultimate Guide To Drinking Around the World At Epcot

It's the grown-up version of a Disney vacation: Spend a day at Epcot and challenge yourself to drink one cocktail, beer, or glass of wine at each of the 11 countries featured in the World Showcase.

Yes, that's right: 11 drinks. And the World Showcase area of the park is typically open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., so you have less than an hour to down each one. (We'll still give you full credit if you decide to spare your liver and share each cocktail with a friend.) You can expect to spend about $6 to $16 per drink, on top of the $97 cost of admission . and you'll need cash for meals and snacks, so you don't pass out four countries in.

The World Showcase surrounds a lagoon in the back of the park, so as soon as you enter the area, you're faced with a big decision: Go left and start in Mexico, or head right to start in Canada. If you're a fan of cocktails, follow the list below from top to bottom (starting in Mexico and ending in Canada). If you want to drink beer at each stop, start at the bottom of the story &mdash with Canada &mdash and work your way up, recommends EasyWDW.com, a website and forum devoted to planning Disney vacations.

Delish editor Philip Swift tried this theme park-goer rite of passage firsthand a few years ago, while filming his documentary, The Dark Side of Disney. He started with sake in Japan &mdash and tried to hit up every country in an ambitious 4 hours' time. That turned out to be a big mistake. Huge.

"It's been kind of a nightmare," he said. But if you really want to see what it's like going that hardcore at Epcot, check out the video above.

If you're willing to take your time, spreading your journey around the world to the entire day &mdash or, better yet, two &mdash here's your country-by-country game plan:

Mexico

If You're Craving a Cocktail: Jalapeño Margarita at La Cava del Tequila*

If You Prefer Beer: Dos Equis Lager Draft

And Pair It With This: Queso blanco and chips

*Pro tip: Show your server you follow @CavadelTequila to score free chips and salsa.

Norway

Drink This: Viking Coffee (Baileys Irish Cream and Kamora Coffee Liqueur) at Kringla Bakeri Og Cafe

Or This: Carlsberg Draft Beer

And Pair It With This: Troll Horn, a crispy pastry shell filled with whipped cream and Cloudberry jam (not to be confused with snozberries)

But Maybe Avoid This: The Linie Acquavit shot, which has been described as "potato alcohol that tastes like it's mixed with fire and dill pickles"

China

Drink This: Canto Loopy (cantaloupe juice spiked with vodka) at the Joy of Tea

Or This: Tsingtao Beer

And Pair It With This: Chinese BBQ Pork Buns

Germany

Drink This: Bärenjäger Honey & Bourbon at Biergarten Restaurant

Or This: Schöfferhofer Pink Grapefruit Hefeweizen

And Pair It With This: Pork Schnitzel

Italy

Drink This: Frizzante (a mix of Campari, mandarin orange juice and Prosecco)

Or This: TipoPils Draft

And Pair It With This: Prosciutto di Parma panini

United States of America

Drink This: Whiskey-spiked frozen lemonade at The Smokehouse

Or This: Cigar City Maduro Brown Ale at Block & Hans (brewed in Tampa, Fla., it's about as close to a local brew as you can get at Epcot)


Here's Your Ultimate Guide To Drinking Around the World At Epcot

It's the grown-up version of a Disney vacation: Spend a day at Epcot and challenge yourself to drink one cocktail, beer, or glass of wine at each of the 11 countries featured in the World Showcase.

Yes, that's right: 11 drinks. And the World Showcase area of the park is typically open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., so you have less than an hour to down each one. (We'll still give you full credit if you decide to spare your liver and share each cocktail with a friend.) You can expect to spend about $6 to $16 per drink, on top of the $97 cost of admission . and you'll need cash for meals and snacks, so you don't pass out four countries in.

The World Showcase surrounds a lagoon in the back of the park, so as soon as you enter the area, you're faced with a big decision: Go left and start in Mexico, or head right to start in Canada. If you're a fan of cocktails, follow the list below from top to bottom (starting in Mexico and ending in Canada). If you want to drink beer at each stop, start at the bottom of the story &mdash with Canada &mdash and work your way up, recommends EasyWDW.com, a website and forum devoted to planning Disney vacations.

Delish editor Philip Swift tried this theme park-goer rite of passage firsthand a few years ago, while filming his documentary, The Dark Side of Disney. He started with sake in Japan &mdash and tried to hit up every country in an ambitious 4 hours' time. That turned out to be a big mistake. Huge.

"It's been kind of a nightmare," he said. But if you really want to see what it's like going that hardcore at Epcot, check out the video above.

If you're willing to take your time, spreading your journey around the world to the entire day &mdash or, better yet, two &mdash here's your country-by-country game plan:

Mexico

If You're Craving a Cocktail: Jalapeño Margarita at La Cava del Tequila*

If You Prefer Beer: Dos Equis Lager Draft

And Pair It With This: Queso blanco and chips

*Pro tip: Show your server you follow @CavadelTequila to score free chips and salsa.

Norway

Drink This: Viking Coffee (Baileys Irish Cream and Kamora Coffee Liqueur) at Kringla Bakeri Og Cafe

Or This: Carlsberg Draft Beer

And Pair It With This: Troll Horn, a crispy pastry shell filled with whipped cream and Cloudberry jam (not to be confused with snozberries)

But Maybe Avoid This: The Linie Acquavit shot, which has been described as "potato alcohol that tastes like it's mixed with fire and dill pickles"

China

Drink This: Canto Loopy (cantaloupe juice spiked with vodka) at the Joy of Tea

Or This: Tsingtao Beer

And Pair It With This: Chinese BBQ Pork Buns

Germany

Drink This: Bärenjäger Honey & Bourbon at Biergarten Restaurant

Or This: Schöfferhofer Pink Grapefruit Hefeweizen

And Pair It With This: Pork Schnitzel

Italy

Drink This: Frizzante (a mix of Campari, mandarin orange juice and Prosecco)

Or This: TipoPils Draft

And Pair It With This: Prosciutto di Parma panini

United States of America

Drink This: Whiskey-spiked frozen lemonade at The Smokehouse

Or This: Cigar City Maduro Brown Ale at Block & Hans (brewed in Tampa, Fla., it's about as close to a local brew as you can get at Epcot)


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