Harvests, hills, fabulous estates, the Monte Bianco visible in the distance when the sky is clear, and…grapes. Rows and rows of grapes, with plants 65 years old, that make the Bruilly Wine, typical of the Beaujolais region. We are in … Continue reading Saint Etienne de la Varenne, France • Harvesting Grapes
This Tip is provided by our English Explorer, Alex Taylor. The culture in BA was different to anywhere else I’d ever been. The streets were very European, the spoken Spanish was easier to understand, and the meats and wines were … Continue reading Buenos Aires, Argentina – Cuisine at Las Cabras
Bennett’s is one of those daytime tea rooms that unfortunately, almost gets lost in York‘s vast collection of pretty coffee and cake establishments. Cafe-by-day, the place is an easy to stumble on rest spot, perfect for post-York-Minster munchies. What perhaps … Continue reading York, England – Bennett’s By Night
Florence, Italy. The Capital of Italian Language, where Dante and the best exponents of Italian Poetry were born and have sketched the tracks of an immortal culture. One of the best cities for art and food, laid down on the Chianti wine … Continue reading Florence – Organic Fantasy Cuisine!
So you’ve spent some time in Ireland and eaten your fair share of traditional Irish food? You’ve devoured delicious stews, pies, fresh fish, flapjacks and let’s not forget the spuds (AKA ‘potatoes’ to us non-Irish) but it’s time to ditch the … Continue reading Galway • Anything But Boring Cuisine
An intimate retreat on the edge of the earth, Pumphouse Point boasts a delicate fusion of Tasmania’s natural splendor and Australia’s growing reputation for producing gourmet foods and fine wine. In a region blessed with glacially formed landscapes and untouched … Continue reading Tasmania – A Weekend in The Wilderness