Photographer: Rui Costa
Capture Date: July 22, 2014
Location: Aveiro, Portugal
About: The little town of Águeda is decorated annually with vibrant umbrellas that cascade a waterfall of color onto the city streets. More than 3000 have been hung with wires, bringing smiles and radiant light to the city streets. For more …read more
Julian Serrano Opens New Las Vegas Restaurant LAGO Michelin-starred Chef Julian Serrano’s third Las Vegas restaurant boasts imaginative Italian small plates with a food-centric cocktail program to match LAS VEGAS (April 13, 2015) – Before the turn of the millennium, Bellagio altered the landscape of Las Vegas dining when …read more
The prestigous travel magazine, Condé Nast Traveller, places our “Francesinha” on the World top of food.
The Porto Marathon is becoming international. After Corunna, Madrid, Seville and Barcelona, it is now the moment to spread the Porto Marathon in Paris gathering more participants to the Porto race. The Porto …read more
One of the most vivid memories of the summer I turned 16 living in Mexico City resides in Plaza de Garibaldi, where the Mariachis gather nightly to connect with people in need of their services.
It’s an incredible sight: scores of groups performing and milling around waiting for would-be clients.
¡Viva el México! Thank you to all the Mexico City wine professionals who came out to taste with me yesterday!
A note to wine professionals: If you ever want to be the most popular table at a wine tasting, make sure you’re pouring Franciacorta!
Yesterday found me in Mexico City, pouring wine …read more
Find out why wine is sometimes a better match than beer when it comes to some sports.
What Wine Matches With Your Favorite Sport?
Football has long been sold as a beer-drinkers game, but we beg to differ. Football is actually a red wine drinkers game. …read more
¡Vamos a los tacos! was what my Mexican friends used to say back when we were in high school together in San Diego. Just like the midnight spaghettata in Italy, a late-night taquería after an evening of drinking was and is a cherished ritual.
It’s hard to imagine — at least …read more
When I reached out to our friend Houston-based travel and food writer for Forbes Mai Pham for her recommendations for Mexico City, she got me on the line with Eduardo García, affectionately known locally as Lalo, one of the country’s rising celebrity chefs and owner of Maximo Bistrot Local.
He’s …read more
Editor’s Note: Today, we’re very excited to introduce Cathy Fisher, an American currently living in Lisbon with her Portuguese husband. Cathy approached us with an infectious passion to share her love of Portuguese wine; and who are we to say no?! Welcome Cathy and thank you for getting us in …read more
Years ago, I had a dear friend with a good job. He was the wine columnist for a periodical with considerable influence in Wine Country. One day, he found himself unemployed, because the newspaper he wrote for was downsizing. He took a job doing P.R. for a winery.
He was …read more