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  • Celebrate the Seventies at Silos Napa Valley

    Author: Zeke Quezada

    Date: April 19, 2018

    You step in. You order a cocktail even though you are craving wine. It will dazzle you. You look for a place to watch the show and then you decide you are hungry. The small bites are perfect for a show and then the lights go down and you feel like dancing. In a snapshot

  • The Best Websites On The Internet For Travel Planning

    Author: Zeke Quezada

    Date: April 17, 2018

      Travel planning can be stressful and it can be time consuming, isn’t that why travel agents were created? The internet and Smartphone apps are supposed to make everything easier but is it safe to say that things get more complicated with all of the r

  • Antwerp, Belgium – Classically European

    Author: Chrissie Walker

    Date: April 12, 2018

    By Chrissie Walker   Antwerp is often overlooked by visitors to Europe. They are more likely to head to its more celebrated neighbours of Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam. It is, however, a city steeped in history, classic Flemish architecture an

  • Bottle Rocket: Tasting Chateau Montelena wines with Montelena’s owner, Bo Barrett

    Author: Zeke Quezada

    Date: April 10, 2018

    “Having a winery is more than eating foie gras, filling out government forms and drinking wine all day,” Chateau Montelena owner Bo Barrett told me over lunch. We were tasting through Chateau Montelena’s recent releases. Well, I was tasting.

  • Vegas Uncork'd by Bon Appetit 2018

    Author: Zeke Quezada

    Date: April 9, 2018

    If your love of food and wine encapsulates your existence and the idea of rubbing elbows with celebrity chefs while sampling exquisite food takes you to your happy place, your foodie festival is coming soon. Vegas Uncork’d by Bon Appetit returns to Las Vegas for t

  • Champagne or Sparkling Wine?

    Author: Zeke Quezada

    Date: April 5, 2018

    It almost seems like a cliché to celebrate with champagne on a special occasion, but we do it all the time. Why do we choose this fizzy substance to drink when things go well? If you like it so much why do sports teams spray it all over themselves? Why toast? Why n

  • Winery Profile: Robert Biale Vineyards

    Author: Zeke Quezada

    Date: March 30, 2018

    Just outside of Downtown Napa the Biale Family has been crafting Zinfandel for decades, but those vines have a few stories to tell about passion, tradition and work ethic. You’ll stop in for a tasting and leave with a craving for Black Chicken.  

  • 3 Great Hotels for Food and Wine in Las Vegas

    Author: Zeke Quezada

    Date: March 28, 2018

    You know who you are; you travel simply to get something good to eat. Yes, you appreciate great entertainment and relaxation is also key to you having a good time but at the end of the day you want to have a culinary adventure when you travel. I understand you because I l

  • Arabian Nights – and Days in Doha, Qatar

    Author: Chrissie Walker

    Date: March 26, 2018

    By Chrissie Walker Qatar has excellent flight links via the quality airline Qatar Airways, and so has become the stop-over of choice for many of those traveling to the Far East and beyond. It’s genuinely Arabic, with women in black burkas and men in snowy whi

  • 7 Spots for a Beer on the Las Vegas Strip

    Author: Zeke Quezada

    Date: March 22, 2018

    If you and I are having beer in Las Vegas there is a pretty good chance we are having a good time. You see, beer is that addition to any social engagement that immediately eliminates any and all formality. Beer is the equalizer.  I'm a fan of fine wine, I love sippin

  • Spending Time With the Family on the Big Island of Hawaii.

    Author: Zeke Quezada

    Date: March 19, 2018

    Quintessential Hawaii for me usually includes dark black sand and towering palm trees framed by a blue sky dotted with puffy cumulus clouds.   The Big Island of Hawaii is the one place where that scene is played out with regularity.  

  • Fun Facts About Wine: What is a Nebbiolo?

    Author: Zeke Quezada

    Date: March 14, 2018

      What Do Those Names Mean?   Did you know that the great grape from the Piedmont region of Italy is named after fog? Nebbia mean fog (in Piemontese) and Nebbio

  • The Quest for a Cocktail: The Hemingway Daiquiri

    Author: Zeke Quezada

    Date: March 13, 2018

    Vacation usually takes on a different connotation when the weather is warmer. You start feeling relaxed the minute the sun hits your face the right way. You can sense relaxation in the way a loose fitting shirt clings to your skin or the way your flip flops cradle y

  • Gordon Ramsay's Hell's Kitchen Las Vegas

    Author: Zeke Quezada

    Date: March 6, 2018


  • Geisha and Shopping in Kyoto, Japan

    Author: Chrissie Walker

    Date: March 5, 2018

    By Chrissie Walker   Kyoto is a magnet for tourists from inside Japan and beyond. It offers glimpses of a traditional way of life which is fast disappearing.   The city was largely spared from bombing during the Seco

  • A Wine Education Made Easy: Understanding The Grapes and The Wine We Love

    Author: Zeke Quezada

    Date: March 2, 2018

          A Wine Education Made Easy     In A Wine Education Made Easy: Understanding the Grapes and the Wine We Love,  Buywine.com removes the cloa

  • Working On Your Spanish In South Beach, Miami

    Author: Zeke Quezada

    Date: March 2, 2018

    Heading to South Florida is more than an attempt to get away, it becomes a

  • Port and the Douro Valley in Portugal

    Author: Chrissie Walker

    Date: February 20, 2018

    By Chrissie Walker   Ah, beautiful Portugal, and it’s nearer than you think – there are convenient flight connections via the Portuguese national carrier TAP! This country is full of charm. It has striking architecture in its capit

  • Going Sailing in Turks and Caicos

    Author: Zeke Quezada

    Date: February 9, 2018

    By Zeke Quezada   When you first lay your eyes o

  • 10 Wineries You Should Visit in Wine Country

    Author: Zeke Quezada

    Date: February 7, 2018