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Adelaide – Australia’s Wine and Food Destination

Adelaide – Australia’s Wine and Food Destination

Adelaide | South Australia is indisputably Australia’s wine capital, producing 50% of all bottled wine and about 80% of premium wine. There are 18 wine regions in South Australia, including the Adelaide Hills, Barossa, Clare Valley, Coonawarra, Langhorne Creek, McLaren Vale and Riverland.

Destination Bordeaux

Destination Bordeaux

What makes a wine destination attractive? The wine of course but for me it’s the trinity of people, place and product. If the wine makes enthusiasts come to the region, it’s the place and the people that make them stay.

Chefs and wine in Mendoza, a perfect pairing

Chefs and wine in Mendoza, a perfect pairing

To think of Mendoza is to think of landscapes, mountains, sun and, of course, wine. The Argentine national drink finds in this province an indispensable place for its evolution. Over the years, it has established itself as an iconic attraction par excellence. Wine is present everywhere: in culture, tourism, commerce, economy and cuisine.

Artful Cuisine at Indochine restaurant

Artful Cuisine at Indochine restaurant

Indochine isn’t a typical Stellenbosch restaurant. In an area known for its high-reaching places serving South African or European cuisine, Indochine is a breath of fresh mountain air. At this luxury restaurant Kahn serves vibrant and creative Indo-Asian dishes inspired by the live-fire cooking of Cambodia, Thailand, India and Japan but filtered through a South African lens. It is food befitting of the restaurant’s spectacular views

Seamless Artistry: the Echapresto Brothers at Venta Moncalvillo

Seamless Artistry: the Echapresto Brothers at Venta Moncalvillo

Venta de Moncalvillo is a gastronomic restaurant in the small town of Daroca de Rioja, Spain, managed by the Echapresto brothers, Ignacio Echapresto chef and Carlos Echapresto sommelier. The brothers have followed their mother’s advice, creating dishes mainly made from local and regional produce.