Category: Food and Wine – Europe

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  • Villa Cassuto, Livorno, Tuscany

    Villa Cassuto, Livorno, Tuscany

    Visiting Tuscany wouldn’t be complete without spending a few days in Livorno and meandering along the Etruscan wine and olive oil coast trail. We were fortunate to discover and to stay at Villa Cassuto, a very special property that would delight the cultured traveller with a taste for all things […]

     
  • The Cross Keys, Chelsea, London

    The Cross Keys, Chelsea, London

    If you like your pubs quintessentially British, then head to The Cross Keys in Chelsea. The Cross Keys is a real country-meets-city kind of place throughout  – from the people down to its food. Enviably positioned, The Cross Keys is in the heart of Chelsea – yet tucked away enough […]

     
  • From West to East: The South Of France

    From West to East: The South Of France

    From the lazy Languedoc to the glamour of Monaco The French coast is a long stretch (roughly 552 kilometres) that offers various exciting activities, styles of gastronomy, oenology, and lifestyles. We travelled from the languorous vineyards in the Languedoc, to the buzzing Monegasque coast and we’ve cherry picked some of […]

     
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  • Domaine de Fontenille, Provence, South of France

    Domaine de Fontenille, Provence, South of France

      Perhaps you need a weekend break or perhaps you’re looking for indulgence – either way, temptation will lead you to the gates of Domaine de Fontenille…. You may have seen the iconic film ‘A Good Year’ starring Russell Crowe and Marrion Cotillard, and dreamed of a Provencale escape. If […]

     
  • La Bastide Rose, Avignon, Provence, France

    La Bastide Rose, Avignon, Provence, France

    Bastide Rose – the personal touch If you like your hotels a little bit quirky and loaded with charm, then head to La Bastide Rose. La Bastide Rose is many things at the same time: an art sanctuary, a sprawling estate, a hub for business meetings and avid gourmands and […]

     
  • Chateau St. Pierre de Serjac, The Languedoc, South of France

    Chateau St. Pierre de Serjac, The Languedoc, South of France

      If you’re looking for the sunny side of life, then head to the Chateau St. Pierre de Serjac. Excelling in mellifluous landscapes, extraordinary oenological pursuits and languorous activities – such as a gentle swim in the infinity pool, a stroll around the vineyards and truffle garden, a leisurely game […]

     
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