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World Wide Rumble of Wine-France Down for the Count

World Wide Rumble of Wine-France Down for the Count September 17, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
If you put all of the world’s wines together into a cage match, who wins? France hands down, right? Well not so fast. What could be called the Wide World Rumble of Wine recently took place, called the Decanter World Wine Awards. Surprisingly it was the English, and not the French, who took top...

Divers Discover Deep-Sea Champagne Cache, Feel Need to Pop Bubbly

Divers Discover Deep-Sea Champagne Cache, Feel Need to Pop Bubbly July 22, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
What’s the most you’ve ever paid for a bottle of champagne? $200? $300? How much do you think a bottle of champagne should be worth? Last year at the French champagne house Perrier-Jouët, experts held a tasting of the then-oldest bottle of champagne in the world. It was bottled in 1825,...

Expert Tips for Wine Tourists in France

Expert Tips for Wine Tourists in France February 2, 2010 | Food Lovers, France | Read More
Editors Note: Today’s guest post is from accomplished wine writer Wink Lorch, who is also the owner and creator of NileGuide’s newest content partner, Wine Travel Guides!  Written by a team of wine experts, this content is choc-full of expert recommendations and tips for planning a wine-centric...

Jerusalem to Shanghai: Holiday Eats Around the World

Jerusalem to Shanghai: Holiday Eats Around the World December 7, 2009 | Around the World, Food Lovers | Read More
Despite (or perhaps because of) the shorter days, and colder weather, the holidays and festivals of numerous religions and cultures around the world fall in the mid-winter months. While each celebration is vastly different than the next, they all often center on two things: food and being with family....
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