January 11, 2014 | Leave a Comment
Ever find yourself traveling without a corkscrew (it’s happened to the best of us) and craving a gulp of the grape? Here’s an easy solution from Mirabeau wines.
“This island in the Cyclades chain is famed for its crisp white wines, particularly Assyrtiko â€” a native grape that tastes of minerals, high in acid, rarely found outside Santorini, and Vinsanto, a prized dessert wine that tastes like Port, but made differently.”Â Sharon McDonnell tells the story of her Santorini wine tour on Travel Mindset.
Did you know there are no lemons in Costa Rica? Would you like an authentic recipe for Costa Rican Christmas tamales (which you may eat, by the way, at any time of the year)? Looking for the best restaurants in Costa Rica? Look no further than Lenny Karpman’s new website.