Just the thought of Chile makes my mouth water. I can remember noshing on fresh seafood ceviche with hints of citrus, and overdosing on empanadas de pino, heavenly pockets filled with a mixture of ground beef, onions, raisins, black olives and hard boiled eggs.
Our first winery stop on our South America wine tour was to J. Bouchon, in the Maule Valley of Chile. And it was beautiful at the winery, known as Santa [...]
I was sitting at the dinner table last night in the personal home of an Argentine winery owner, with his wife and the winemaker, and felt an overwhelming inspiration to [...]
There are so many incredible wine perks to owning a restaurant, like the private wine tasting at Napa Valley's Trinchero that included a stay at the invitation-only Sutter Home Victorian Inn. That was pretty [...]