Forbes Article: Antiquity Meets Modernity In Alentejo, Resulting In Outstanding Wine
How familiar are you with Portuguese wine? Located just over an hour outside Lisbon is Altentejo, “the bread basket of Portugal.” This region is home to two historical towns, both UNESCO World Heritage sites, incredible food, and fabulous wine.
Invitation To Join #WinePW Celebrate #TexasFineWine
When was the last time you had wine from Texas? Each year this emerging region is growing and improving in wine production. If its been a few years since you have tried wine from Texas, now is the time to try again, October is Texas Wine Month!
Forbes Article: How To Spend Three Days Wining And Dining In South Australia
Just a short plane trip from both Sydney and Melbourne, Adelaide offers the ideal launching pad for a few fun days in South Australia. Diversity of food choices and top-notch wine regions result in an epicurean delight. Be sure to include South Australia on your visit down under.
Forbes Article: Best Way To Spend Twenty-Four Hours In Champagne
Calling all Champagne fans! Did you know this world-class wine region is located only eighty-eight miles outside of Paris? In my latest Forbes article, I’ve built you the perfect itinerary for a 24 hour escape. Check it out.
Forbes Article: Top 10 Reasons Attending Festival Napa Valley Should Be On Your Immediate List Of Things To Do
Napa’s premier summer festival, Festival Napa Valley, kicked off last week. If you weren’t able to attend opening weekend don’t worry. there is still time to join the fun. Whether you live in the area or are heading that way for vacation, my latest Forbes article offers 10 reasons why you should add Festival Napa…
Forbes Article: Prague Should Be Your Next Foodie Vacation Destination
Forty years of communist control took its toll on Prague’s food scene. However, focused efforts are paying off—Prague is now one of the hottest foodie cities in Europe. Read my latest Forbes article to learn more about Prague’s dynamic food scene and where to eat and drink.
Forbes Article: Taking A Bite Out Of The Food Tourism Industry With Eating Europe’s Founder, Kenny Dunn
Food tourism in on the rise—39 million American leisure travelers reportedly chose a destination based on its culinary offerings. Back in 2011, prior to the food revolution, Eating Europe founder, Kenny Dunn had a vision to launch a food tourism company. Today they are one of the world’s largest. In my Forbes latest, I sit…
Celebrating Biodynamic Viticulture And The Beauty Of The Languedoc With Gérard Bertrand #Winophiles
As concern grows globally about impacts of climate change, viticultural practices take center stage in many wine focused conversations. Pros and cons of sustainability, organic, and biodynamic farming are weighed heavily throughout the wine community in whispers and roars. For winemaker, Gérard Bertrand, who has been farming biodynamically for 16 years in France’s Languedoc region,…
Forbes Article: How To Turn Hiking Cinque Terre Into A Glorified Pub Crawl
The 5 villages of Cinque Terre, aka the Italian Riviera, are connected by some of Europe’s most scenic trails. Whether you are an adventure lover or seeking to work off the region’s great food and wine, hiking these trails is the best way to take in this picturesque region. Although the hiking can be challenging,…
Forbes Article: 15 Restaurants Making Dallas A Decidedly Foodie City
All world-class cities have notable food scenes. For decades, Dallas has been a steak house city-quality restaurants but one dimensional. Lately, things have been changing, and Dallas is quietly evolving into a full-fledge foodie city. In my latest Forbes Life article, I highlight 15 of Dallas’s top dining destinations.