Gregory D. McCluney

member for over 29 years

Member Since:
Jan 1988

Freelance food, wine & travel writer, editor/photographer. Associate editor: The Wine Report; Tampa Bay City Magazines, Inc.; Gayot Travel Guides; Contributor: Global Traveler magazine; Contributing Editor: Underground Wine Letter; Contributor: southerntravelnews.com; Travel Editor: Atlanta Wine School. Wine Editor: GO Aiken magazine (SC). Contributor: Zagat Guides, USA Today: Road Warrior/Business Traveler; Atlanta Journal-Constitiution; K.C. Star; Outdoor Life; James Beard Newsletter; Wines & Vines; American Institute of Food & Wine Newsletter. Wine & Spriits columnist: . Contributing editor; Air Tran Arrivals In-Flight Magazine; Tampa Bay Wedding Planner (travel feature, wining & dining column); Travel World International.(webzine) Member of Delta Airlines Business Traveler Advisory Board. 

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gdmccluney@aol.com

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atlantawineschool.com;southerntravelnews.com;globaltravelerusa.com;undergroundwineletter.com

Global Writes (3)

Pursuing Machu Picchu and the Food, Wine of Peru

Long on my blooming bucket list of places to visit, Peru’s City in the Clouds, Machu Picchu, receives thousands of visitors from around the world every year. Twenty thousand years of history and a Wonder of the World, Machu Picchu and the lands surrounding it were home to a scientifically […]

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Surprising New Wines from Old-World Spain

Grape growing and winemaking in Spain need little introduction. Spain is an ancient wine-producing country second only to France and Italy in production. Spanish wine is at least 3,000 years old with vines in the Sherry region planted around 1100 B.C.

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Edible Atlanta: Georgia’s Brunswick & the Golden Isles:

Well, you don't have to leave the continental U.S. to sample some of the same island diversity. Just drive a few hours south of Atlanta to Georgia's Golden Isles where the options are endless:…

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