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Burgundy Côte d’Or is a place of pilgrimage for wine connoisseurs looking to discover the mysteries of terroir and grands crus, including our writer, John Malathronas. Dining with millionaires It’s not very often that I dine with millionaires. I’m sitting at La Table, the restaurant of La Maison d’Olivier

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Signature presents the Top Seven adventures that are perfect for Father and Son bonding. Why not treat Dad to an adventure? From shooting sporting clays in Montana to fishing in Russia, hiking in Ethiopia, cycling in South America and driving Land Rovers in Mongolia, a world of active

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Good food, great wine and breathtaking beaches are bringing more and more international travellers to Margaret River and Perth on Australia’s west coast, including Signature’s C. James Dale. If I could move to Margaret River, I would. Alright, so there’s no nightlife to speak of. No

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Champagne and fine wines have a history of opulence - with a few surprising facts, too. In anticipation of the 10-day Melbourne Food & Wine Festival (4-13 March), we've found 10 fancy facts about Champagne and fine wines that are sure to leave you a little thirsty. 1. At

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Think pink this summer with blush-coloured pink champagne for long, sultry evenings. Pommery Brut Rosé NV Aged for three years in the ancient Roman chalk mines of Reims that Champagne Pommery is renowned for, this romantic rosé is a lightly fruity choice with small berries offering roundness

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Combine beautiful views and exquisite tastes at these wine regions A visit to these wine regions will take your breath away not just through the refreshing and lively taste of the wines but also because of the incredible views. Wachau Valley, Austria Anywhere in Austria is pretty stunning

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Journey with beyond Paris and explore the culinary and cultural delights of Alsace, Burgundy and Champagne-Ardenne. Whether you decide to travel by car, train, river cruise or bicycle, a feast for the senses awaits. Gourmet temptations are never far away in France, but the most exciting culinary

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