The story of Terroir by Alexandra Manousakis, of Crete and the legacy her father and other winemakers seek to perpetuate.
By now the world is well aware of the dispute over the Crimea peninsula. However one thinks politically, its clear today that for nations like Italy, a Russian speaking primarily Russian seems as Russian as Russian can be. New investors intend to develop 500 hectares of land to create an agro industrial park on the peninsula, is a huge positive note for people on the peninsula.
For travelers headed to Hungary this week, and especially wine lovers, VinCE Magazine is holding VinCE Budapest 2013. This world renown event offers seated tastings, masterclasses, and interactive workshops for wine enthusiasts along with associated culinary events.
For travelers to any part of the world, especially those who enjoy the fruits of the vine, connecting with the world of Twitter experts can only be a plus. To that end we compiled the following list of the best wine experts on Twitter, and those who make the best use of images there.
For a taste of Budapest you’ll truly never forget, this month’s “Sweet Days” festival at Buda Castle will supply a gastro-cultural memory to last. September 16 to 18, a world of European sweets and other rarities will be offered up to locals and visitors to Budapest.
Browsing the news this morning, I ran across a very nice smart phone app that wineries in Europe could greatly benefit from. By emulating the functionality of one the Monterey County Vintners and Growers Association created, other producers can add great visibility and value for their products digitally.