Even though there were grapes in Mexico before the arrival of the Spanish, wine was unknown to the inhabitants; however, following the conquest, wine was greatly accepted. The quality of grapes in Mexico is excellent and therefore the production of wine increased considerably and achieved great fame.
Located in Les Sources de Caudalie, these restaurants are a magnificent invitation to discover the regional products of the “terroir”, of the earth. The dishes will be accompanied by the best wines of the region or of the world since the cellar has 15 000 bottles, but we recommend the excellent Château Smith Haut-Lafitte, whose vineyards surround the restaurant
The first Chilean wines were produced in the 16th century, during the Spanish conquest. The fast adaptation of the vines and their abundant cultivation turned this country, from the beginning of the 17th century, into one of colonial Spain’s main exporters of wine.
Located right on Lincoln Road, Sushi Samba is the ‘in’ place where the handsome folk can be found. Its decor is exceptional, with an atmosphere that stimulates well-being, thanks to its combination of lights, colors and the central bar.
Wine seems to have been born with human beings. It has always delighted humanity, been one of its greatest pleasures as well as a font of inspiration. Its creation is filled with legends and here are a few of the most renowned.
Tahiti and its islands blend the flavors of Europe, Polynesia and Asia to create spellbinding dishes. Each island has its own culinary secrets and uses their ingredients subtly. In traditional Polynesian cuisine, tropical tastes are mixed with splashes from Southeast Asia and the charms and refinement of France.
Absinthe, The Green Fairy, is an ancient, popular drink and its legendary history endows it with magical powers.
Puerto Rico’s Horned Dorset Primavera restaurant is the best place to enjoy the flavors of the Caribbean… with a French accent. This innovative fare is the oeuvre of its chef, who left “Daniel”, in New York, to create this exquisite fusion cuisine.
Though it was presented for the first time last year in New York, it wasn’t until the end of this year that the flavor of this premium product from the Absolut family was officially introduced into our country
Corstorphine House was built in 1863 by John Sidec, It remained in the hands of the Sidec family until it and was purchased by the Presbyterian Church in 1997. After a while, the new owner converted it into an exclusive hotel with eight luxurious rooms.