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Golf amongst the vines

Bordeaux is the very heart of the wine trade, it has been for centuries; but only very recently has the city emerged as a destination to compare to its wines, as Robin Barwick discovered.

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Buying Bordeaux Wine

Located in the heart of Bordeaux and filled with 2.5 million bottles, for fine wine aficionados Millesima holds perhaps the most valuable warehouse stock in the world.

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Provence

Our editor travels to Provence, a French region that seems calmly frozen in time and a far cry from the tourist hotbed of Paris

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Lagavulin: Sipping by the bay

Lagavulin single malts are among the most sought after whiskies in production today and 2016 marks the 200th anniversary of the famous old label from Islay

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Steel City

Visitors to this year’s U.S. Open at Oakmont have myriad choices when it comes to off-course explorations.

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The Magic Kingdom of Golf

Families the world over know Disney as a premiere source of magical entertainment that delivers pure joy to young and old alike through dynamic creativity and engaging stories and characters.

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The Napa Valley

We’d started our journey in Southern California, traveled to San Francisco and finally arrived in St. Helena in the Napa Valley and the exquisite Meadowood

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No time in Iceland

Unless you wash up in Iceland during a solo attempt to row around the world, your first experience of the country will most likely be Reykjavik—this is a good thing.

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Japan: Narrow Road

Japan, a simply decorated but exquisitely crafted box that opens to reveal so many more, each a different size and of increasingly rich design, all fit together so perfectly there’s hardly room for water between them.

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Coastal Maine

Wild, difficult and mostly untamed, it is also inspiring, dramatic and, as we found, charming. Welcome to the Maine coast. It’s a difficult place, Maine. A “drowned coast” as geologists have it, where ancient rising seas invaded the land, turning valleys into bays and mountaintops into islands. Algonquin-speaking natives lived here and the French and […]

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