11 Wine-Fueled Easter-Egg Hunts

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Even the Easter Bunny can't resist taking in Paradise at Raffles Praslin in Seychelles.

Spin the globe and you’ll find wine-centric hotels and eateries offering guests an opportunity to partake in one of spring’s most revered rituals—the Easter egg hunt. And if you think searching for dyed eggs and chocolate bunnies is just for children, you’re mostly right, but that doesn’t mean adults with tots in tow can’t join in on the fun, especially when there’s wine involved. There’s an egg hunt and wine recommendation on this list for every palate—no matter where you find yourself on the map.

Alexis Korman

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