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The Best Wine Runs to Sign Up for in 2019

Wineries the world over have found a way to combine two of the best things on the planet by hosting races through vineyards followed by a boozy afterparty. Mix the excitement of a race with a scenic wine country backdrop and an excuse to travel, and it's a trifecta of reasons to get in shape. Oh yeah, and did we mention you get to drink wine?

If you're looking for some race motivation this year, read on—Greatist compiled a list of the world's best wine runs to help kick you into gear.

Purcari Wine Run: Moldova, Ștefan Vodă, Purcari

To our great happiness, Moldova is rich in wineries, and it’s a pleasure to run through them. One of these wine races is Chateau Purcari. On the 10 km trail distance there are folk ensembles and interactive zones, which reflect the Moldovan tradition, as well as hydration areas. At the hydration areas, the participants “get hydrated” with the best wines. The next Chateau Purcari race will be held on August 24. This event offers tasting, tour and camping slots.

Mileștii Mici Wine Run: Moldova, Ialoveni, Mileștii Mici

And in order not to wait too long until the next Wine Run held in Moldova, on February 9, 2020, there is a possibility to participate in a race, the track of which lies through the wine cellars of the Milestii Mici Winery. It’s the same 10 km, but you will have to run among wine barrels at 80 m deep. This race also includes the displaying of Moldovan traditions, dances, folk songs etc., which you will be able to see and hear while running.

Wicked Wine Run: Fredericksburg, Texas

Wicked Wine Run dubs itself as "the race with a drinking problem" and hosts 5k and 1-milers at wineries across the country. Cities include Portland, Austin, and Phoenix, but a fan-favorite is Fredericksburg, Texas. The quaint German-centric town is just an hour from San Antonio or Austin and offers adorable B&Bs, shops, and restaurants in the heart of Texas Hill Country. The Wicked Wine Run takes place at Hye Meadow Winery, surrounded by many other notable wineries that put Texas wine on the map.

Napa to Sonoma Wine Country Half-Marathon: Napa and Sonoma, California

Are you Team Napa or Team Sonoma? You don't have to choose when you run this half-marathon, which starts in Sonoma and winds through vineyards to end up in Napa. Runners will be treated to spectacular views of the Napa-Sonoma Marshes Wildlife Preserve, San Pablo Bay, Mt. Tamalpais, and hundreds of acres of vineyards dotted with wineries. The run partners with dozens of area wine purveyors like Cline and Ravenswood and draws runners from all 50 states and around the world.

Half Corked Marathon 18K: British Columbia, Canada

British Columbia's Oliver Osoyoos wine region is known for its robust reds, flavorful whites, and its totally beautiful scenery, making the Half Corked Marathon an absolute stunner. There are a dozen refreshment stations throughout the course, slinging wine slushies, sangria, and other boozy concoctions. Plus, with a party at the finish, you can keep sipping more of the region's wines, listen to live music, and nosh from food trucks. Be sure to note that this is an untimed race and registration is on a lottery system because of its popularity.

Maraton Du Medoc: Bordeaux, France

 OK, so this race isn't actually a marathon—it's an 18K. But running the course is so much fun you'll hardly be thinking about the distance. In its 34th year, the Maraton du Medoc is one of the most impressive wine runs in the world. Each year, the race has a theme (2018's was "Super Heroes" and 2017's "Vinyl Records"), which has taken the event from an insider's secret to an international affair. The course winds through the hilly countryside of Bordeaux with tastings of food like steak, oysters, and cheese; and wine from the likes of Chateau Lafite Rothschild at every mile marker. Oui, s'il vous plaît!

Run for the Oaks: Willamette Valley, Oregon

Run through Oregon wine country's stunning oak savannas along gravel and trail pathways at Run for the Oaks. The course leads through estate vineyards to the finish line at Left Coast Cellars, where award-winning wines await at a post-race celebration. Runners can opt for either a 5K or 10K course, with the proceeds from the race, food, and wine sales on race day benefitting the Oak Savanna Restoration Project, the winery's trail expansion and oak tree preservation project. Save the trees, save the wine—sounds like a win-win if you ask us.

Running Between the Vines: Ann Arbor, Michigan

When it comes to drinking and running, Michigan knows what's up. The state's Thirsty Three event series includes Hightail to Ale (a beer run), Scrumpy Skedaddle (a hard cider run), and of course, the vino-centric Running Between the Vines.

Just 20 miles outside of Ann Arbor, Michigan, Running Between the Vines offers a 5K, 10K, and half-marathon option to race through the Sandhill Crane Vineyards. The party at the end pairs wine, cheese, and chocolate with live music.

Marathon Deutsche Weinstraße: Bockenheim, Germany

When you think of Germany, you probably think of frothy steins of beer. But Germans love their wine too, and the scenic Marathon Deutsche Weinstraße is proof. Starting in a tiny wine village, the course runs through the vineyards of the Leiningerland and Freinsheim districts' quaint and romantic towns to the giant wine barrel in the spa town of Bad Dürkheim. You'll definitely want to bust out your Duo Lingo app and stay for a post-race vacation in the wine region.

Finger Lakes Wine Tours Run: Finger Lakes, New York

This unique race combines a 5K with a post-race winery and brewery bus tour in New York's beautiful Finger Lakes wine region. The race runs along the shoreline of Seneca Lake and finishes with a tour of local wineries, like Anthony Road and Fox Run. Bonus: The race finisher medal doubles as a wine-bottle stopper.


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