Category Archives: Wine tourism

A Journey in Georgia


Even as a little girl, I always wanted to go to far away places and learn about strange, yet beautiful things. I was always curious about how other people lived, worked and their appreciation of life. I never thought that … Continue reading

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The French Disneyland for Wines: Georges Duboeuf


Preparing myself for this years’ International Wine Tourism Conference to be held in Tblisi Georgia, I was just recently going over last year’s notes and photos and I came across one lecture that was really inspiring. Fellow blogging colleague, Diane … Continue reading

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Charlie says ‘Welcome to Alcantara Vineyards & Winery’!


In the middle of the street on the meridian of the streets in Scottsdale, I never saw such a big cactus in all my life until I went to visit my friend Lisa Wines.  Beautiful and majestic as they reached … Continue reading

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