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WAKING UP IN MAY

It takes more time for Nova Scotia to bloom, but when it does, it’s just priceless. I waited more than 6 months for nice weather to come back, and now that it’s here, I am blessed with green grass, shiny leaves on the trees and dandelions all around. May was another month that I had… Continue reading WAKING UP IN MAY

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APRIL AT HOME

No more time lost in the traffic, choosing clothes to wear, going to supermarket… Yes, I am one of the lucky people who have chance and ability to stay home healthy.  So, I am enjoying my free time, and using this “chance” by doing the things that I didn’t have time for. All about nourishing… Continue reading APRIL AT HOME

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THE DARKEST HOUR IS JUST BEFORE THE DAWN

Will anyone want to remember March 2020? Probably not… Even if they would, it will not be full of good memories. But, I did my best and listed all the nice things related to wine and food happened to me this month. It helped me to keep my positive energy high, and keep myself safe… Continue reading THE DARKEST HOUR IS JUST BEFORE THE DAWN

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ICE WINES & FALLS

Already finished this longer February of the leap year, we are getting closer to the end of winter (or that’s what I am hoping here in cold and icy Canada). This month has been quite exciting for me, for both culinary experiences and travelling. Let me share with you what happened on February. I am… Continue reading ICE WINES & FALLS

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GOOD OLD WINE & FOOD BLOGGING

I have been thinking how to continue on Wines of Nesli, and waiting for some inspirations. And finally I am here with some ideas! For 2020, I’ve decided to write monthly blogs. Each month I will be sharing my wine and food highlights with you, including recipes, travels, events, books, and many more… the concept… Continue reading GOOD OLD WINE & FOOD BLOGGING

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CHAMPAGNE PHOTO DIARY: POMMERY

Visiting caves of Pommery was like being in a museum in which you can drink champagne, a modern dream for adults. As we arrived, the gates opened to a huge garden calling us to discover inside, and lead us to the buildings behind, this scenery gave me the sensation of being welcomed and the first… Continue reading CHAMPAGNE PHOTO DIARY: POMMERY

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GREEK FLAVORS IN MONTREAL

My friends are asking me why I love so much Montreal… My auto-answer is “because it’s international and multi-cultural as I am!” I love the city, I love the people, I love the culture it has and I love everything that it comes with it… Let me tell you what happened last time when I… Continue reading GREEK FLAVORS IN MONTREAL

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CHAMPAGNE PHOTO DIARY: TAITTINGER

Champagne photo diary continues with Taittinger! I have been wanting to visit this champagne house since 2016, when I was in Napa. There, when I was driving from Napa to Sonoma, I was passing from Domaine Carneros, where Taittinger family produces delicious bubbles. After seeing that chateau, I knew that I had to visit them… Continue reading CHAMPAGNE PHOTO DIARY: TAITTINGER

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CHAMPAGNE PHOTO DIARY: RUINART

After the unforgettable morning we had at Veuve Clicquot, an exceptional experience was waiting us at Ruinart: At the beginning of the visit, I was very excited; and at the end, very impressed. I can easily say that visiting Ruinart was an experience with full of emotions, there is definitely something special that touched to… Continue reading CHAMPAGNE PHOTO DIARY: RUINART

France is "the" place! · Wine

CHAMPAGNE PHOTO DIARY: VEUVE CLICQUOT

Last time I’ve left you in Epernay, while we were visiting the caves of Moët et Chandon. We continued our Champagne journey by driving back to Reims and passing through the breathtaking views of the Champagne vineyards. In this part of the journey, we will look back to the visit in Veuve Clicquot, one of… Continue reading CHAMPAGNE PHOTO DIARY: VEUVE CLICQUOT