The intrigue about alcohol consumption in Qatar is a much talked about topic in international events that benefit tourism in this Islamic state with more than one million inhabitants. In this Arab country, the guide to enjoy alcoholic beverages is summarized, therefore exclusive, and in Amura we provide you with the legally permitted places.
The country has, for the most discerning gourmets, the excellent combination of limited production wines with delicate chocolates and its creamy and strong cheeses... Discover the pairing that Swiss culture represents!
The vast areas of Canadian parks are an absolute inspiration. Close to the Great Lakes region in Ontario and the aquifers of the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia, the vineyards compete in beauty; in both, the focus is on producing one of the world’s most famous wines: Icewine.
Turkey has one of the largest vineyard areas in the world, the best grown is Cappadocia.
A sizzling woodfire grill is the heart that keeps Ascua, inspired by the Spanish word for “ember,” alive and kicking. This renowned steakhouse offers an Australian approach to classic dishes from the Iberian Peninsula.
On the edges of Elizabeth Quay, at the Ritz Carlton, Executive Chef Jed Gerrard has taken the hearth, once the heart of the home, and brought it to his kitchen to create some of the most exquisite dishes of the region.
This restaurant makes no qualms about it – they’re all about great steaks and superb wines. That, coupled with a long tradition of working alongside brilliant artists and designers creates an aesthetic experience that is difficult for diners to forget.
In Saint-Chinian, near Béziers, the walls of the winery are decorated by guest artists, of these works the labels and the wine D.O.P. Saint-Chinian are carried out, a limited edition production of six thousand bottles per artist. L’Art in Cave® associates art and wine in an industrial environ-ment.
Through the gates of the Fontjoncouse house, and past the reception hall, a small lounge room with a famous “old well” awaits you. As your eyes adjust themselves, you will discover a room full of light, illuminated by resplendent chandeliers which expose white leaves on the walls, ex-posed wooded frames, and large flower bouquets.
La Table de Franck Putelat has been rated two stars in the Michelin Guide since 2012, a well-earned recognition considering the devotion to providing inventive cuisine and a blend of flavors and enhanced products to transform a fine-dining experience into an overall exceptional experience.