Puerto Rico is one of those islands full of rich culture and tradition. The island’s diversity offers food and drink that is full of the delicious rum the island is known for. With sugar cane plantations built specifically to make the finest of rums, the rum making dates back to the early 1800’s. Of course, […]
Attention chocolate lovers and connoisseurs of vodka. Say cheers to a sweet recipe with the yummy combination of vodka, strawberries, and chocolate: SugarPova Chocolate Dipped Vodka Strawberries. We think this is the perfect dinner (and conversation) party dish. Read on for WineLoversVillage tested and tasted recipe for Drunken Chocolate dipped Strawberries. Did you know tennis player Maria […]
We like to think of brunch as a combination of a guilty pleasure and necessity. Weekend brunch is a late morning reward for a long week, and of course, paired best with your favorite champagne (either on its own or with your favorite juice and fruit garnish) or Bloody Marys. Agree? Our guest post today […]
Don’t let its name fool you. Denver’s Pub 17 on Welton is more than a brew pub. Yes, it’s one of Denver’s brew pubs, but their wine list is impressive too. Denver’s Pub 17 on Welton: Wine, Beer & Great Food Located just off Denver’s 17th Street in Grand Hyatt Denver, Pub 17 invites guests […]
Looking for a guided AND unique cultural and culinary adventure to Spain? Join ‘Pack a Fork!’ on this small group, one-of-a-kind adventure through the Catalan and Basque regions of Northern Spain. Taste, sip wine, and explore your way through Spain, June 1-12, 2016. But hurry as only a few openings remain! Booking window closes on […]
Washington Park neighborhood recently welcomed Denver’s newest French restaurant, Cafe Marmotte. We couldn’t resist an opportunity to sample the fare of this neighborhood bistro, sip on a collection of excellent wine pairings, and ask its General Manager and Wine Director Rachel McQueeney for wine and pairing tips for our readers. Bonjour to Denver’s Newest French […]
Mention the country of New Zealand and wine lovers will immediately start drooling over the opportunity of visiting the vineyards and tasting the famous wines of New Zealand. When I traveled to New Zealand a few years ago, I combined my love of fine wine and food with a luxurious stay at the Farm at […]
It’s a wine tasting gone amok, with some 700 bottles displayed, 50 open ones to choose from, and almost nothing that sounds familiar. What is a Szekszárdi Kadarka supposed to taste like? Or a Borpalota Szürkebarát? Clink your wine glasses and say egészségére to Hungarian Wine.