Its prestigious location near the fancy shores of Saint-Tropez still puts trumps into the cards of the Bertaud-Belieu winery, yet its wines could win the game based on their own brain power.
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The southbound ancestors of Europeans are finally exploring the bonding effects of Brazilian wine. Italian immigrants brought winemaking with them to Brazil as far as in 1875, but the wines […]
Osaka has spread across America from Lima, through Santiago, Mexico DF, Saõ Paulo to Buenos Aires, where in 2012 this luxurious chain of peruvian/japanese restaurants opened its second offshoot in the fashionable district of Puerto Madero.
As surprising as the immense acreage of vines in Turkey may sound, the history of this country and the region sheds a light to the origins of winemaking and its later decline in the former Ottoman Empire…