• We are redefining what living well means: Savoring our meals, laughing over a glass, and appreciating the joy of life through travel.

Artisans: Street Art: A Glimpse Inside a City's Heart

Whenever I travel, I have my camera nearby. I am forever a photographer of cities; I rarely record who I was with or what sights we visited. Instead, I attempt to find the breath of a city, the flow, and the people of it. More often than not, I find the most showing examples of pride and place by photographing street art. My father will never see it as art, claiming that graffiti ruins a city, shows...

Featured: Etty's Wine Pick: Broadside James Berry Vineyard Chardonnay 2010

This excellent Paso Robles Chardonnay is super clean, fresh, and lively on the palate, showing a solid dose of depth and minerality. Made with organically grown grapes, and aged in a combination of stainless steel, cement vats, and neutral oak, this small production, classy California Chard is a killer bargain! Pair with clam, chorizo, and white bean stew or linguini with roasted cauliflower and...

Destinations: A Sparkling New York Moment

It’s funny that sometimes what becomes routine and normal is often stripped of its true magic. I have been visiting New York City since I was a child, but more frequently lately, since my sister Jenna and her husband, Mitch, have relocated to the Chelsea neighborhood. I never take New York for granted; you cannot ignore the beauty and brilliance of this place, but the last few trips have been a bit...

Featured: Etty's Wine Pick: Domaine La Réméjeanne Les Chèvrefeuilles 2009

This single vineyard, Grenache-based Côtes du Rhône is luscious, mouth-filling, and enveloping, showing ripe plum and blackberry fruit and soft, finely grained tannins. A very pretty, super fresh wine with enough richness and weight to satisfy both old world and new world wine lovers alike. Pair with grilled burgers with blue cheese and caramelized onions or lamb stew with carrots, cipollini onions,...

Featured: Etty's Wine Pick: Szöke (Matyas & Zoltan) Királyleányka 2010

Don’t even attempt to pronounce the name of this native Hungarian grape–just go ahead and take a sip! You’ll quickly be rewarded by a firecracker of a wine, brimming with aromatic apricot fruit and high-toned pink grapefruit flavors. This wine just pops in the mouth with its bracing acidity and its clean and crisp texture. A real gem from an under-the-radar region. Pair with roasted...

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