Month: September 2021

True Scotch enthusiasts think of fall as a wonderful time to be alive—not because of leaf peeping and pumpkin picking excursions, mind you. But because it’s the time of year that Diageo, one of the world’s largest spirits companies, unveils its much-anticipated annual Special Releases collection—an initiative that started in 2001. This year the theme
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Dr. Olga Barbosa is a biologist and ecologist, an expert on biodiversity in viticulture, which she says is “dependent on nature.” She recently contributed her perspective at a biodiversity roundtable arranged by Viña Tarapacá. The Chilean winery’s Fundo Rosario Estate vineyard is surrounded by the Altos de Cantillana range and the Maipo River, natural borders
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Futuristic architecture reflects a new attitude about wine The wine region of Rioja in northern Spain is a terrific example of what’s old is new again. At 96 years old, she is the oldest Designation of Origin (DOC) in the country. But the current generation of winemaking rebukes that dusty image, making Rioja a hot
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United Airlines pilot Steve Lindland receives a COVID-19 vaccine from RN Sandra Manella at United’s onsite clinic at O’Hare International Airport on March 09, 2021 in Chicago, Illinois. Scott Olson | Getty Images The deadline for United Airlines employees to get vaccinated against Covid-19 has passed, opening the door to termination as early as Tuesday
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Small towns are the perfect place to travel when you’re looking to avoid crowds. Whether you’re interested in history, culture, outdoor adventure, shopping, great food or soaking in the sun and listening to the waves crash, there’s a small town for you. Advertisement We’re looking for the best small towns across the United States and
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(CNN) — The water is cold and shouting echoes across the river. As the boat approaches the rapids, a roar goes up to hold still, before a shout of “PADDLE” and the six rafters dig into the tumbling waters in an impressively synchronized display. As they are released by the rapids with barely a splash
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