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Tasting the Difference,  Enjoying a Greek Wine Tasting at Estate Argyros in Santorini

Tasting the Difference, Enjoying a Greek Wine Tasting at Estate Argyros in Santorini

I wondered about Greek wine. I knew they made wine, I drank it by the carafe many evenings. Yet it never seemed to be too memorable until Santorini and my discovery of the Assyrtiko grape. The Greek Wine of Santorini Sure ten years passed since I sampled Greek wine in Greece, but on my recent […]

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Sunset Sunday – Sunset in Melnik, Bulgaria

Sunset Sunday – Sunset in Melnik, Bulgaria

I opened my Lonely Planet Eastern Europe Guidebook and searched for a day trip outside of Sofia. I noticed Melnik, the cultural, wine making city south of the capital and close to the Greece border. Besides the wine, I also noticed a hike to a monastery, the Rohzen Monastery. In Bulgaria the monasteries are one […]

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Miami’s Downtown Delight – Bin18

Miami’s Downtown Delight – Bin18

A few years ago, I searched for a place to spend time in downtown Miami.  I figured I’d write, entertain a bite to eat and perhaps a cocktail; I held low expectations. But, I stumbled on a place I’d return to week after week and then again the following year.  I discovered the downtown delight […]

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A Walk through the Huguenot Memorial in Franschhoek, South Africa

A Walk through the Huguenot Memorial in Franschhoek, South Africa

A visit to Cape Town or South Africa that matter is not complete without a trip to the country’s wineries. On the Blue Train you pass straight through the heart of the countryside dedicated to producing some of the best wines I ever tasted. But you need to get up close and visit the towns. […]

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