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The Best Wine Tour in Napa

When my the Maid of Honor in my wedding tells me that she's coming to visit me in California you plan fun adventures. I'm recruiting her to move to the west coast so of course I had to think of the best places to take her. We knew that we wanted to&n...
by Crazy Shenanigans on Aug 26, 2016

Visiting sicilian wine yards

When you come to Sicily it is a good idea to invest some of the vacation budget in a good wineyard visit. Sicilian wines are top quality and much of the process in wine making, from plants to production, is all made by hand. Best is to join a local c...
by Living In Sicily on Aug 11, 2016

Fine Wines and Luxurious Digs at Vena Cava in the Heart of the Valle

Winemaker Phil Gregory explores new methods to produce his line of high quality wines. Grapes are cultivated organically without the use of pesticides or artificial fertilizers. Phil and his wife Eileen also operate a boutique Mediterranean style be...
by Wabisabi Green on Jul 23, 2016

A Day of Wine and Spirit Tasting in Cape Cod with Truro Vineyards and South Hollow Spirits

When summer arrives, Cape Cod comes alive. With beautiful beaches, seafood shacks, and more, this New England coastal getaway draws massive amount of tourists each year. If you're planning a visit to the Cape this year, consider a visit to Truro...
by Gourmet Pigs on Jul 1, 2016

Lambs and Ivy

Every once and awhile I run across something that I haven't shared with you before.  At the old house this wonderful old fruit crate hadn't made it past the garage  "shop inventory".  Now at the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my w...
by Common Ground on Jun 11, 2016

Splash Day Memories

The Village Green of Rochester Property’s April Splash Day Charity Event last weekend was a huge success and here are just a few fun memories we wanted to share with you ~ The Great Room as our residents and guests arrived. Red noses, cotton ca...
by Village Green Detroit Blog on May 7, 2016

2016 Splash Day

It’s that time of year again! All Village Green properties will participate in the annual “Splash Day” which is held in the month of April when the weather is unpredictable but that will not stop us from making a BIG SPLASH! We ju...
by Village Green Detroit Blog on Apr 20, 2016

Guide to Mudgee: Part Two, The Wine

A visit to Mudgee is not complete without immersing one’s self in the region’s rich culture of winemaking, which has earned Mudgee its spot as a top tourist destination for wine aficionados. With a climate significantly different from that of the...
by JENIUS on Apr 19, 2016

Santorini, Greece

Images of Santorini, the stuff honeymoons and wall calendars are made of. It is on many people's bucket list. It is a destination you save up for, you know, that unforgettable trip to the Greek Islands that you come back in debt from. We were prepare...
by Camels and Tacos on Apr 18, 2016

Easter weekend in Western Australia – Part 2

Heading south of Perth to see beautiful wineries, a stunning beach and enjoy a Mexican feast.
by vegeTARAian on Apr 8, 2016

Ancient Wine Region Of Rioja Carries The Banner For Spanish Reds

Wine has been made in the Rioja region for more than 2,500 years. Wines from the Rioja DOC are among the finest and most famous in Spain. Punishing Weather and Welcoming Wine The fog drifted through driving rain as the bus left the grimy industrial...
by Toledo Wines and Vines on Apr 7, 2016

A Clean, Crisp Sip Of Spain’s Rías Baixas Wine Region

What’s the most famous wine of Spain? Many Spaniards will tell you it is the Albariño from the Rías Baixas DO. Shaped By The Land And Sea Located in the northwest corner of Spain, Galicia is bounded by Portugal to the south and the Atlantic Ocean...
by Toledo Wines and Vines on Mar 28, 2016

Ribero Del Duero: Spain’s Region Of Extremes Produces World-Renowned Reds

After experiencing a transformation in the 1980s and 1990s, Ribero now produces some of the nation’s best red wine. A Land Of Contrasts Where on earth are we going, I mused. As our motorcoach traveled north from Madrid to the Valdubón winery in R...
by Toledo Wines and Vines on Mar 21, 2016

Cooking with Community Servings, Plus: Touring Boston Public Market

Most Bostonians already know about Boston Public Market as a great place to shop for produce and prepared foods, but did you know about The KITCHEN that sits in the back of the market? The KITCHEN is a demonstration kitchen space that serves communit...
by Gourmet Pigs on Mar 6, 2016

Hidden Legend Winery The King’s Mead Review

The King's Mead from Hidden Legend Winery of Montana appeals to the historical mead drinkers who choose to drink from horns, but not really to me.
by Meadist on Feb 4, 2016

Orchid Cellar Knight Review

The knight is an oak aged, sweet dessert mead from Orchid Cellar Meadery. Super sweet, but not sickly so.
by Meadist on Feb 1, 2016

Review of Cebu Bar and Bistro in Brooklyn, New York

Jason and I have been working hard to expand this blog thing.  So when a friend of ours introduced us to the owners of Cebu Bar and Bistro in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, we (obviously) instantly stalked the menus, photo galleries, yelp reviews, etc.  We...
by Baconboozer on Jan 30, 2016

“What do you want from me?” – Conversations with an old friend in a wine cellar - On the Wine Trail in Italy

“What do you want from me?” – Conversations with an old friend in a wine cellar - On the Wine Trail in Italy...
by Art and wine on Jan 14, 2016

Stone Hill – Vineyard and Winery Theme (Restaurants & Cafes)

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by AreYouPop on Dec 17, 2015

Getting Down And Dirty In Chile: Workaway Diaries Day 2

Last night, our host invited us by the main house to get to know one another and enjoy a few glasses of some local red. For a couple of hours, we swapped stories on our histories, travels, and experiences with the local culture, along with draining a...
by Marie Away on Nov 24, 2015


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