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Girona for the Game of Thrones lover: the ultimate self-guided tour of Girona GoT filming locations

The city of Girona is worth a stop when traveling in Spain, regardless of whether or not you are a Game of Thrones fan. While touring the historic medieval center,...

Pompeii or Herculaneum? How to choose a day trip from Naples or Sorrento

The chance to wander an ancient Roman city, complete with well-preserved temples, homes, mosaics, and baths? It’s no wonder why so many visitors to Southern Italy take the trek to Pompeii...

Scandals and fascinating moments in wine industry history

What . . . the wine industry is more than just adorable men, like the one above, making wine? It appears so. Scandals, natural disasters, pesticides wiping out an entire...

Daily dose of food and wine inspiration

We’ve been busy tasting the delicious rose wines of Provence, immersing ourselves in the beautiful Les Halles market in Avignon, and making sure to get our daily dose of pain...

Congrats, St. Emilion! France gains a wine classification

France has gained a new classification. Welcome, St. Emilion! According to Decanter.com, the St Emilion classification has finally been approved by the French government. The official announcement was published in...

Sedimentality awarded “Wine Blogger of the Month” by Wines of Argentina!

Sedimentality awarded “Wine Blogger of the Month” by Wines of Argentina!

I’m thrilled. Shocked. Excited. Honored. Wines of Argentina has named me “Wine Blogger of the Month” for my “Getting to Know Torrontés” blog! Such an honor that I am so...

Winery Focus: Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin

Winery Focus: Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin

Few wineries have labels which are as iconic as Veuve Clicquot… and few have such fascinating histories. What started as a champagne house in the 1700s that was part of...

Overview of Peruvian Cuisine

As a food lover, I would like to give a giant “thank you” to the Americas…. and I think the rest of the culinary world should, too. What would Italian...