B. Winemaker…Unique and fun experience at Chateau Fombrauge. Wine-blending workshop where you can create your own blend, bottle it up, name it and take it home with you!! Under the guidance of a sommelier!
Chateau Roquetaillade is an ancient #castlebuilt with two fortresses that can withstand two years worth of attacks. It has been marked as a #historicmonument and it has #cavesunderneath…. Owned by the same family for over 700 years, they still reside here. @chateaufortderoquetaillade
The Germans actually have a word specifically designated for the cheerful, exuberant “flush” one experiences on enjoying a flute of bubbly: “Sektlaune” is the term used for being compelled into doing something one wouldn’t usually while under the influence of the champagne, specifically.
Tango and Argentina are synonymous. It is part of the culture, especially in Buenos Aires. You could say that Buenos Aires is the capital city of Tango for the world. Tango is a passion that lives in the framework of this city, and is expressed in the hearts of the people who live there.
Close your eyes, and picture your happy place. If you’re surrounded by bottles and bottles of good wine, glass in hand, good news: That figment of your imagination actually exists. It’s called La Cité du Vin — The City of Wine — and you’ll find it in Bordeaux, one of France’s most storied wine regions. The theme park-meets-museum cost 80 [...]
Halfway through a plank pose, as your arms are jiggling and you’ve lost all willpower to keep your stomach sucked in, there’s no better motivation to stick it out just a little longer than knowing there will be not one, not two, but six glasses of wine waiting for you afterward. That’s the payoff at the end of Wine Yoga [...]
“In Valle Grande, the lake and river offer numerous aquatic sports, including extreme sports. Sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, diving, skiing, rowing, parasailing, catamaran ride on the lake, windsurfing, jet skiing, quads, Class II, III and IV whitewater rafting, mountain biking, zip-line canopy, trekking, horseback riding, rappelling, rock climbing, and hiking.”