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1. Monterey County Fair Seeking Home Goods, Art, Crafts, Livestock Entries
May 08, 2018

Are you a creative amateur photographer, love to bake, are an accomplished gardener, make your own wine and beer, sew your own clothes, adept at arts and crafts or raise livestock? Monterey, CA, May 08, 2018 — Are you a creative amateur photographer, love to bake, are an accomplished gardener, make your own wine and beer, sew your own clothes, adept at arts and crafts or raise livestock? Then the Monterey County Fair is inviting you to enter your products or projects for judging and display at this year’s Fair, Aug. 30-Sept. 3, 2018. The Fair’s exhibit program is an excellent way fo... (read more)

Author: John Paul

2. Monterey County Fair Seeking Home Goods, Art, Crafts, Livestock Entries to be Judged and Exhibited
May 08, 2018

Are you a creative amateur photographer, love to bake, are an accomplished gardener, make your own wine and beer, sew your own clothes, adept at arts and crafts or raise livestock? Monterey, CA, May 08, 2018 — Are you a creative amateur photographer, love to bake, are an accomplished gardener, make your own wine and beer, sew your own clothes, adept at arts and crafts or raise livestock? Then the Monterey County Fair is inviting you to enter your products or projects for judging and display at this year’s Fair, Aug. 30-Sept. 3, 2018. The Fair’s exhibit program is an excellent way fo... (read more)

Author: John Paul

3. Forget French Wine - Discover French Beer in Poilhes
January 11, 2018

For many of our guests, a barge holiday in France through some of the world’s most famous wine regions is the perfect time to partake in a tipple or two. A cruise along the Canal du Midi takes you through the prime vineyards of Languedoc-Roussillon, tempting your taste buds all the way. However, it’s not just premium local wine that you can discover along the Canal du Midi; we also love to introduce our guests to local French beer on a barge holiday. In France the beer market is overwhelmingly dominated by major breweries, but there are excellent local craft beers on offer if you know where to... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. The Château de Gremolles: Unique Architecture in Southern Burgundy
December 22, 2017

Barge holidays in France are a perfect way to explore this well-loved country from a new perspective. Picture yourself aboard a comfortable hotel barge, cruising gently along the waterways of Southern Burgundy, a glass of wine in hand. Sound ideal? Read on to discover one of the most interesting places you can visit in Southern Burgundy, an exemplar of a Burgundian ducal residence, the Château de Germolles. Daring Dukes and a Charming Château The Château de Germolles was home to some of the most important dukes of the region during the late medieval and early Renaissance eras: Phili... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Burgundian Barging: The Canal du Centre
November 20, 2017

The Canal du Centre winds its way through the picturesque French region of Burgundy. It’s a man-made waterway that, when opened in 1790, completed the final piece of the puzzle in the first inland waterway to link the Mediterranean with the English Channel. In its early days, the canal provided a route to transport firewood, coal, building materials, wine and pottery to Paris. Today it is a popular route for barge holidays in France and provides a delightful way to explore the Burgundian countryside. The Canal du Centre The route of the canal runs between the Loire and the Sa... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. What to Expect When Cruising the River Moselle
October 27, 2017

Renowned as one of the most picturesque rivers the world, the Moselle stretches for a languid 340 miles from the Vosges Mountains of France to flow into the Rhine in Germany. Various sections have become extremely popular with barge holiday operators, not just for the magnificent scenery encountered along the way, but also for the many historical attractions and, of course, the wine. The Route of the Moselle From its elevated source at Ballon d'Alsace, the river passes through the spectacularly beautiful and historically significant French landscape of Lorraine, before forming part ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Cruising the Waterways: Spontaneous Moments and Cultural Experiences
October 23, 2017

For the uninitiated, the idea of a barge holiday may seem like an odd way to see a country. However, ask anyone who has travelled the waterways of Europe and they will explain with gusto the beauty of cruising through foreign landscapes, tasting gourmet food and wine and learning about local culture and customs. A barge holiday offers an intimate and immersive way to explore a new place. Not only will you get a novel perspective of the landscape from your position on the water, you will gain inimitable insights from experiences catered to your own tastes and interests. Spontaneous M... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. Throwing a Lovely Wine and Cheese Tasting
September 01, 2017

Some things just have a way of going together. Wine and cheese, for example, can often be fantastic when paired in the right way. If you are looking for a fun and elegant way of spending a night with friends, then a wine and cheese tasting might be the perfect type of event to hose. Finding the wight cheese and liquor for sale in Sugar Hill, GA, will be an important step in this process. To get yourself going, think over these simple ideas for how to throw the best possible affair. Multiple Choice The point of a tasting party is to try as many different flavor combinations as possibl... (read more)

Author: Kevin Smith

9. Selecting the Perfect Bottle of Wine
August 30, 2017

Wine has been a preferred drink of human beings for many centuries. While the way that wine is bottled may have changed a lot over the years, the reasons for consuming this delicious beverage have remained quite consistent. Wine is a great pairing for a meal or a night in with friends or family members. Before heading to a wine shop in Gainesville, GA, you may want a bit of additional information on how to select the right bottle for your needs. Classic Color Questions One of the first decisions you will have to make is the color. You probably already are aware of this but wine can b... (read more)

Author: Kevin Smith

10. 3 Restaurants in Zadar for the Discerning Diner
August 21, 2017

Zadar in Croatia is fast cementing itself as one of the country’s top culinary destinations. The quiet, picturesque streets leading down to the sun-filled harbour offer an authentic flavour of the Dalmatian Coast, but the best way to savour the local culture is through the food and wine. Here are my recommendations of the top 3 restaurants in Zadar for those with a discerning taste. In my personal opinion, these options stand out not only for their outstanding local produce and fresh ingredients, but for that all-important ambience and sense of effortless elegance as well: Restauran... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. Wine Tours San Diego Survival Tips
August 09, 2017

Wine tours San Diego can be a fun way to spend the day, visiting the different wineries and tasting a variety of wines but you need to remember that wine has alcohol. Even just a few tastes of wines can give you a buzz. In order to survive your wine tasting tour here are some survival tips to help you have a fun time. The night before you take your tour you should make sure that you get a good night’s sleep. You do not want to spend the day feeling sluggish and yawning. Tasting wine will only add to those feelings if you do not have at least eight hours of sleep the night before. Wine... (read more)

Author: Richard Conard

12. 5 ways to Design a Swanky Custom Wine Cellar in your Home
April 10, 2017

Planning to design a wine cellar for your home? Do you have specific plans in your mind like how your wine cellar door look or how will you arrange the racks in the cellar? Before approaching your preferred interior designer, chalk out your plan on pen and paper. Trust me this will help the designer to give shape to your boozing den exactly the way you want. Read this blog to get some useful tips to design your dream wine vault. Before you start, keep in mind that custom wine cellar should reflect your personal choice and preferences. So make your imagination run wild and design something tha... (read more)

Author: Alice Campbell

13. Taste Your Way Around Croatia's Wine Hotels
January 31, 2017

In my opinion, holidays do not get more relaxing and indulgent than wine-inspired breaks to Europe’s prettiest countries. You can spend your days lounging around charming country hotels that are surrounded by picturesque sun-drenched vineyards, olive groves and citrus orchards whilst sampling the local produce and dining on fine local cuisine. There are many great places to do this throughout Europe, but I always like to recommend Prestige’s holidays in Croatia to wine lovers. Not only is this a historic wine country, but it is also stunningly beautiful with verdant woodland, sandy beache... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. In Bordeaux, an Experiment in Preventing Radicalization
December 12, 2016

This iconic wine capital seems an unlikely ground zero in France’s battle against militant Islam. Yet, down a narrow street off the city’s center, an experiment is under way to bring at-risk youngsters back from the edge. A partnership, between Bordeaux’s city hall and the local Muslim federation, is one of dozens of initiatives springing up around France to tackle a daunting challenge: how to fight the powerful lure of radical Islam. The question is critical for France, western...... (read more)

15. Comfort Wines for Winter
November 11, 2016

The cold winter months inspire in their own way. They influence a desire for the couch, for fluffy blankets, and for a warm bowl of soup. If you’re looking for discount wine online, consider some of these winter comfort wines that are perfect for the cool seasons. Cabernet Sauvignon A soothing red wine is just the ticket, and Cabernet Sauvignon is the king of reds. It has a full body, a dark fruity taste, and serves as a great flavor partner to dark meats and beef broths. This red wine is just waiting to join your ugly Christmas sweater party—especially if herb-roasted veggies are also invol... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

16. The Importance of The Right Glass For the Right Wine
September 30, 2016

Have you ever wondered why the samples you taste on wine tours taste so much fuller and more intense than when you try them again back home? Well it might be something as simple as the fact that you are serving it in the wrong glass! Everything from the shape of the glass, the amount of air and space inside it and the distance from your nose as you drink, will have an impact on the way you experience it. Here is our guide to choosing the perfect glass for your favourite tipple in order to maximize the attributes of the chosen vintage. The Science behind Choosing a Glass Researchers ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. Wine Tours in Saint-Émilion
September 28, 2016

A barging holiday in the Bordeaux region of France presents the perfect way to enjoy the area from a unique and very relaxed perspective. Combine the luxury elements of a floating hotel and the idyllic French countryside with one of the superb barge-based wine tours that introduce you to the vintages of Saint-Émilion, and you have the ingredients for a wonderful and memorable holiday. Saint- Émilion: The Appellation Saint-Émilion is the ‘Appellation d’origine contrôlée (AOC) for the wine produced in this part of Bordeaux. Its 13,000 acres have UNESCO status and account for a respect... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Exploring Gascony Wine on a Barge Holiday
September 28, 2016

Lying in the southwest of France and devoid of major cities, airports and busy roads, Gascony is a delightful corner of the country and the perfect place to get away from it all. The region’s main canal, the Canal des Deux Mers links the Atlantic to the Mediterranean and passes through L’Occitaine, a stunning area of orchards and vineyards that sets the scene for superb wine tours on board a luxury barge. Gently making your way through the peaceful countryside passing medieval villages and charming ‘out of the way’ farms, you really could be in another world. Luxury accommodation is prov... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. What to See on Wine Tours Down the Canal du Midi
September 26, 2016

Wine tours through the beautiful, historic Languedoc region offer visitors the opportunity to explore the fascinating past and rich culture of this excellent winegrowing area. Taking a leisurely barge cruise down the Canal du Midi is the perfect way to really see this beautiful region, stopping off along the way to discover some of the area’s captivating sights. Here is a list of some of our favourite places to visit along the Canal du Midi. Carcassonne Steeped in the turbulent history of the Languedoc region, the medieval citadel at Carcassonne is a truly fascinating pla... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. Explore the Heart of Burgundy With Wine Tours Along its Pretty Canals
September 26, 2016

Taking wine tours around some of France’s most famous wine-producing regions can sometimes feel like you’re on a conveyor belt, being bussed from one vineyard to the next without the time to really take in the essence of the area you’re visiting. The slow, leisurely pace of a hotel barge is the ideal way to get to know Burgundy, one of France’s gentlest winegrowing landscapes, and a perfect base from which to explore. Here is our selection of the best the region has to offer. The Hospices de Beaune Wine tours of Burgundy usually stop off in the region’s capital Beaune, so ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. Discover the Highlights of Exploring the Loire Valley by Barge
September 26, 2016

There are various wine tours available through the Loire Valley, but one of the most relaxing and leisurely ways to discover this beautiful region is from the river itself. The sedate pace of a barge, meandering its way along one of France’s most iconic rivers creates the perfect base from which to explore the chateaux, wineries and historic villages of this picturesque region. Here is our selection of highlights to explore. Gustave Eiffel’s Pont Canal Although perhaps not quite as famous as his tower in Paris, Eiffel’s impressive masonry contribution to the aqueduct over ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. Small Group Tours of Italy's Art and Wine Treasures
August 22, 2016

Italy, and the region of Tuscany in particular, has had a hugely resounding influence on the world in general. From religion to science, art, literature and just about all other topic under the sun, Italy’s influence can be felt in one way or another. Today, Italy embodies many travellers’ dream destination as it is the home to so many passions of interest. Our small group tours of Italy are tailored to allow our guests to follow their hearts’ desires that are found in these beautiful rolling Tuscan hills. The art aficionados and the wine connoisseurs among our groups always have great success... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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