Returning to Aix-en-Provence after twenty years away, Barrielle immerses herself in the language, food, culture and fountains on Aix.
Author: Barbara Barrielle
At ninety years old, Pedroncelli Winery is the historical foundation of the famed Dry Creek Valley. Julie (Pedroncelli) and Ed St. John have lived and loved their wine story for […]
Carmel-by-the-Sea is perfect for wie and food lovers…and the best part is the dog-friendly beach!
A bagpipe-playing winemaker, hilltop vineyards and some serious fog make for memorable Pinot Noirs and other varietals.
Longtime Chiliean winemaker rediscovers his true love, wines form his home in Provence.
Taking a transatlantic Nomad Cruise introduced me to the world of the digital nomad, adventurers who travel and work while experiencing the world.
New Orleans is like no other city! Resilient and unique, locals and visitors alike dine, drink and party your way through the French Quarter and the rest of the city. […]
Shannon Ranch Family of Wines and Oso Libre Winery raise livestock and produce fine wines…and sometime they go together!
Crowded and expensive during the summer, true Hamptons lovers visit in the off season for fun, frolic, snow and amazing food.
The King and Prince Hotel on St. Simons Island on Coastal Georgia sits majestically on miles of beach.
The Hamptons are a hotbed of celebrity and wealth in the summer…but true connoisseurs know the off season is the time to experience wineries, food and culture.
Oakland is one of the most exciting wine and food destinations in the US right now…the Urban wine trail brings the vineyards to the city.
The Secret Room Events commissioned a wine from Ampelos for their celebrity guests…and gifts from Santa Barbara and others were lavished on these lucky celebs.
Greece still amazes in the time of it’s worst financial crisis.
Exploration of the little known but spectacular California Route 395 which encompasses the mountain resorts of South Lake Tahoe and Mammoth Lakes as well as the dramatic Death Valley.