Month: February 2015

Mediterranean
Travel

The Mediterranean Pantry

According to gastronomic researchers world’s most foremost cuisines are – French, Italian, Chinese, and Japanese. Indian cuisine is certainly worthy of inclusion, had it not been for its traditional, jumbled up plate presentations. Undoubtedly, there exist many cuisines that offer intriguing and refined flavours and extorters, such as Spanish, Armenian […]

Muscat Wine
Wine

The Spectacular Comeback of Muscat Wines

Muscat grapes have the longest history of all, according to researchers. Some even believe it to be the “father” of many varieties we know and love today. Muscat grapes have and continue to enjoy popularity among Mediterranean peoples, as these grapes like hot weather. There are more than 100 varieties […]

Tasting wine
Wine Wine Reviews

Wine Trends and Challenges

Italy and France have always been in a production competition. In some years, Italy produces more than France, and in others it is the reverse. In 2014, France produced more than Italy, but the latter exports more quantity. When it comes to value of wine exports, France wins almost all […]

Nightlife Reykjavik
Travel

Nightless Nightlife in Reykjavik

Approaching Reykjavik by aeroplane is a unique experience. The city appears meticulously laid out, compact studded with all kinds of parks, and flat with buildings proportional to its small size. Everything blends well, and the harmony of landscape and man-made structures are remarkable. The capital is small, wealthy and democratic […]

Budget Red Wines
Wine Wine Reviews

Top 5 Budget Red Wines

    Provenance Rooi ( Saronsberg Private Cellar ) 2011 This wine keeps its promises. It has full-body all the way and gives a rustic, fresh taste with a nice rich finish. It fits perfectly for barbecue. Read more… Dice 4+   Gran Reserva ( Bodegas Berberana ) 2007 Dice […]

Pubs
Beer Food Spirits Wine

British Public Houses (Pubs)

Public houses (Pubs) are drinking establishments in the culture of Britain, Ireland, Australia, Canada, and Denmark. In British villages a pub can be, and often is, the focal point attracting regulars to meet, enjoy a pint or two of ale, and debate or discuss local or world politics. The history […]