Mar 15, 2019• by italyperte

Bolgheri: land of wines, art and history

Ingredients to make this small medieval village enchanting and magical are all there: the long “viale dei Cipressi” celebrated by the famous poet Carducci, the magnificent fortress, rebuilt...

Mar 2, 2019• by facilitateluxury

I've Got (Tbilisi) Georgia on My Mind

Have you ever heard of Georgia? No, not the US state. We’re talking about the country. The Georgia that is seemingly in the middle of nowhere. A former Soviet state, a country that is located at...

Mar 2, 2019• by nealrover

Suzette - A Beautiful Village in Provence

Suzette If you are going to ask me which place in the whole of Provence would I without fail have to visit on every trip that I may make to the region then my answer would be the small and...

Feb 14, 2019• by nealrover

Val Joanis Vineyard, Provence - Wines from Paradise

Sometime back in the mid 1990’s the English chef and bon viveur Keith Floyd filmed a series about the wine regions of France and on the Provencal leg of the trip he filmed at Chateau Val...

Jan 30, 2019• by Solange Lavander

Wine Tasting & Fine Dining in Franschhoek, South Africa

The Franschhoek Valley is known as the food and wine Capital of South Africa Franschhoek is a word in Afrikaans; one of the eleven languages spoken in South Africa, which means French Corner. It’s...

Dec 13, 2018• by footprintwalks

The Mediterranean of Victoria

Have you heard about the Mediterranean of Victoria AKA the Bellarine Peninsula? Set sail from Melbourne Docklands and an hour later you will arrive at Portarlington, Bellarine Peninsula. Popular...

Nov 26, 2018• by eldertonwines

Tips for visiting the Barossa, Australia in Summer

The Barossa is a fantastic place to visit year-round, with each season having its own perks. Summer is the time of lush green canopies in the vineyard, in stark contrast to the golden paddocks of...

Nov 24, 2018• by Wine Compass

5 Tips for Planning a Successful Wine Region Road Trip

Road tripping through a wine region always takes a little planning and organisation. Google maps can take care of most of the obvious details like which turn to take and how long it will take to get...

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