Cracroft Chase, Wood’s Edge Pinot Gris
Jan11

Cracroft Chase, Wood’s Edge Pinot Gris

This delicious Canterbury-made pinot gris will be perfect to enjoy on a perfect summer’s day with a barbecue. This wine was created by Allesandro and Wilma Laryn who moved from Italy in 1996 to set up their pinot gris specialty winery at the base of the Port Hills. It has ripe aromas of pears and stone fruit with a hint of spice and is crisp and refreshing. For more information about this pinot gris and others, go...

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French Alps Ski Adventure
Jan11

French Alps Ski Adventure

With the Pyrenees mountains lining the Spanish border and the majestic Alps along the Italian and Swiss borders, France can rightly lay claim to offering some of the world’s best skiing opportunities. And it doesn’t get much better than Chamonix-Megève, set in the heart of the French Alps. Built in 1928, Chalet du Mont d’Arbois is an opulently stylish resort featuring grand public rooms full of fireplaces, beamed ceilings and...

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Monteith’s Crushed Apple Cider
Jan11

Monteith’s Crushed Apple Cider

Perfectly suited for any time of the year, this cider oozes taste — it is fresh, funky and delicious. Unlike most other ciders, Monteith’s Crushed Apple Cider contains no concentrates or sweeteners. It is made with pure sun-ripened New Zealand apples, carefully fermented by Monteith’s master brewers in Greymouth. Internationally cider is undergoing a renaissance as men and women rediscover this deliciously refreshing drop dating back...

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Global Gypsies
Jan11

Global Gypsies

Do you want to get in touch with your inner wild child? Well abandon your schedules and inhibitions and let tour operators Global Gypsies be your guide. Traverse the historic Holland track on a 4WD cut through virgin bush in south eastern Western Australia (WA) by bushman John Holland more than a century ago. The 500 kilometre track was developed in 1893 when the glitter of gold attracted prospectors seeking their fortune. Experience...

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Mondillo Pinot Noir 2008
Jan11

Mondillo Pinot Noir 2008

This Central Otago pinot noir has scooped the top prizes in one of the country’s oldest and most respected wine competitions, picking up a gold in the Royal Easter Show Wine Awards 2010 and trophy for Champion Pinot Noir. The run of accolades continued for the tiny Bendigo vineyard when it swept aside 1517 wines from around the country as its 2008 Mondillo Central Otago Pinot Noir was named Champion Wine of Show. Tasting notes...

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Uzbekistan & Turkmenistan
Jan11

Uzbekistan & Turkmenistan

Bet you didn’t see that coming! But if you’ve been to London, done Paris and are looking for something a bit more exotic for your holiday snaps, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan won’t let you down. World Expeditions offers a two week tour which explores these ancient countries, taking tourists along the Silk Road. Visiting the cities built and destroyed by infamous figures such as Gengis Khan and Timur Lane will open your eyes to the rich...

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