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French wine regions

French wine regions Everybody loves summer, but it’s over now and new challenges are before us. Idle lying on the beach should give way to exploration. Fall and winter are the best time for wine tours in France. Some like spring and the new wines coming out into the market. I, somehow, prefer the fall. […]

Cuba – A foodie’s guide to Havana

  Cuban food has a bit of a bad rep. It can be overcooked and a uninspired. That being said, Havana’s food scene is on the rise and there are some genuine gems in the capital. You just need to know where to find them.  L’Atelier L’Atelier is located in a grandiose turn of the […]

Cuisine is the third most important option Chinese travelers

  Cuisine is the third most important option Chinese travelers Food is a very important consideration for Chinese travelers. Cuisine is the third most important option Chinese travelers consider after safety and presence of historical sites. Fourth most important thin is shopping. Availability of food amenable to the Chinese palate is a top concern for […]

La Dolomitica lifestyle and gastronomy

La Dolomitica lifestyle and gastronomy : a successful combination. This gastronomic event, held at the foot of the Fanes-Senes-Braies Natural Park in the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage, will be held on Friday 4th August and it is a collaboration between restaurateurs from Alta Badia and their friends from several Italian regions.    Alta Badia (South Tyrolean […]

Budapest Nightlife

Budapest Nightlife  Budapest is a city well known, just like Barcelona, for the large number of students coming here for Erasmus. Although the exact number is difficult to establish, guesses are there are about 500-600 foreign students currently staying in Budapest. The Hungarians have seized this opportunity to turn the city into a party capital. […]

Peaks of gastronomy in Alta Badia – A rainbow of Flavours

PEAKS OF GASTRONOMY IN ALTA BADIA A RAINBOW OF FLAVOURS   New for 2017: This year, the most scrumptious mountain initiative of the summer is all about the colours of the rainbow which feature in the dishes created by some of the finest Michelin-star chefs Italy has to offer. Peaks of Gastronomy is calling all […]

Italian Wine Exploration Map

  Getting into Italian Wine is a never ending adventure of new wines to taste. The book Wine Grapes identifies 377 unique indigenous wine grapes in Italy. Many believe this number is much higher. Add on to this 408 Denominazioni di Origine Protetta) or regional wine quality denominations (DOC + DOCG), many of which have […]

Restaurants have evolved to become destinations in their own

Instead of serving just a meal, restaurants have become destinations in their own. The way we dine out has changed. Fueled by the ability to search, sort, discover, and reserve across digital devices, diners can create the ultimate personalized experience. Restaurants have evolved to accommodate these cultural changes. Dining out is the main event in […]

Portugal, best-value destination in the world

Beating Sunny Beach in Bulgaria and Spain’s Costa del Sol which came second and third respectively, The Algrave topped the list for the second year running.   The barometer compares the price of holiday purchases: dinner for two with wine, various drinks , sun cream and insect repellent and the Algarve came out lowest at 33.36 […]

Chateauneuf-du-Pape

Chateauneuf-du-Pape was originally called Castro Novo in 1094 (meaning new fortified village), then Castronovum Calcernarium (Châteauneuf Calcernier, in reference to the use of limestone) before taking its current name in 1893. Clément V, the first pope to be based in Avignon, expanded a pre-existing vineyard in 1309 The Chateauneuf-du-Pape vineyard is known for its top […]

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