A story behind every sip. The world through wine.
Oh Canada! 2017 marks Canada’s 150th anniversary. And Canada is this year’s theme country at the Vancouver International Wine Festival. Three suggestions on navigating the festival tastings for a fabulously Canadian experience.
Take a spa day at the Grace Cafayate Resort amidst the stunning scenery of the Calchaqui Valley, Cafayate, Argentina.
Pura Tierra is a search for South American flavours, with special emphasis on Argentina, says chef Martín Molteni.
Is it a flower shop, a bar, or a restaurant? It’s all three, plus a wine store.
It wasn’t fear and loathing in Las Vegas. But terroir and embarrassment in the climats of Chablis, France to understand minerality, the most frustrating word in wine.
Gorgeous is what came to mind when we walked into Hotel Tbilisi Marriott in the capital city of Georgia, often referred to as the birthplace of wine.
Fierro Hotel is a boutique hotel in the Palermo neighbourhood of Buenos Aires, and offers everything you might seek in a city stay.
You do not have dinner at Café de Los Angelitos in Buenos Aires for the food. You go for the Tango.
Don’t fancy staying in a historic castle? How about a fortress in the heart of Chianti Classico?
High amongst the rural hills, covered in vineyards and olive trees, in the heart of Chianti Classico, is Castello di Meleto. It’s Tuscany infused with both its history and all its pleasures.
It was like a fairy tale. A wine fairy tale. A French château with lush gardens – green and floral. And in the heart of the Crus Beaujolais, ten villages that make beautiful red wines from Gamay Noir.
Located at the foot of the medieval castle Châteauneuf du Pape, Le Verger des Papes is pleasure for all your senses.