Wine Tasting

Good News For U.S. Citizens Visiting Argentina

March 29, 2016

The Andes. Malbac wines. Incredible steaks. Hospitable people. Fine leather goods. Empanadas.  These are just a few reasons we’ve found Argentina a wonderful country to visit. Now there is another good reason to plan your trip to Argentina. U.S. citizens are not required to obtain a visa to visit Argentina for tourist stays of 90 days or […]

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Swan Valley Wine Tour from Fremantle, Australia

February 28, 2013

I flew to Perth, Australia before heading to the port city of Fremantle to join Holland America Line’s Grand World Voyage for two weeks. Most of the guests have been on board since January 5th when the ship left Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on to sail around the world on a 115-day journey. After my first […]

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A Taste of Barcelona in an Atlanta Wine Bar

August 18, 2012

We were in Atlanta, staying by the airport, on a Saturday night. Looking for some good food, and a glass of wine or two. We searched online for “Atlanta’s Best Wine Bars.” One of those we found was named after one of our favorite cities for food and wine, Barcelona.  It was only a 14-minute […]

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Enjoying Wine Round the World

August 1, 2012

Enjoying our favorite wine — A Rafanelli Zinfandal from California’s Dry Creek Valley at home.  Photo edited using Snapseed.   We like wine.   We love tasting wine, no matter where in the world we are traveling.   From the World’s Oldest Grapevine in Maribor, Slovenia to the perfect lunch in Sonoma Wine Country or in Chile’s Casablanca Valley. […]

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