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"SOMM: Into The Bottle" shares the history, politics and pleasure of wine told through opening ten very different bottles.

“SOMM: Into The Bottle” shares the history, politics and pleasure of wine told through opening ten very different bottles.

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Genre: Documentary
Directed by:
 Jason Wise
Starring:
 Fred Dame, Silvia Altare, Brian McClintic
Released by:
 Samuel Goldwyn Films
Run Time: 1h 30min
Year:
2015

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Directed by Jason Wise (“SOMM,” “90”), “SOMM: Into The Bottle” explores the world of wine by opening some of the rarest bottles of wine in the world. Through the eyes of a few of the finest sommeliers, the film looks at how history has impacted wine and discovers just how much goes into making a bottle of wine. Continue reading “SOMM: Into The Bottle – Movie Review” »



 

 

 

 

MyGoFlight Flight Bag PLC Pro

MyGoFlight Flight Bag PLC Pro


Tools for a Paperless Cockpit 


Developed around the unique needs of general aviation pilots, MyGoFlight’s Flight Bag PLC Pro is a solid, durable bag that will streamline any aviator’s life. Functional and light, it is made out of water-resistant material and has a durable ballistic nylon exterior.

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Chef Curtis Stone cooking with Peter Roelant, Manager of Culinary Operations of Princess Cruises

Chef Curtis Stone cooking with Peter Roelant, Manager of Culinary Operations of Princess Cruises

 

Princess Cruises is collaborating with renowned chef Curtis Stone and his specialty restaurant SHARE aboard Ruby Princess and Emerald Princess to offer guests a singular dining experience. Continue reading “Princess Cruises Debuts Chef Curtis Stone’s Specialty Restaurant SHARE” »



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Petersen Museum Lobby

Petersen Museum Lobby

 

Car Lovers, Rejoice! The Petersen is Back

 

Los Angeles’s Petersen Automotive Museum reopened to the public on Monday, December 7, 2015 after a 14-month-long, $90 million renovation. When it originally opened in 1994, Robert E. Petersen said, “This museum is about the role the automobile has played in defining our past and present, as well as shaping our future.” Continue reading “Petersen Automotive Museum Reopens” »



How to buy the best SUV

on October 01st, 2015
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2016 GMC Yukon Denali XL

2016 GMC Yukon Denali XL

SUV – AKA Sport Utility Vehicle

by Alain Gayot


The SUV has symbolized many things, from rugged individualism to crass ignorance, from the ideal of suburban family life to gaudy celebrity wealth. But despite their ability to carry cultural baggage as well as literal luggage, SUVs remain a practical choice for many in need of spacious or off-road capable vehicles.

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The Lincoln Motor Company previews the Lincoln Continental Concept 30-Way Seats

The Lincoln Motor Company previews the Lincoln Continental Concept 30-Way Seats

 


First-Class Travel Behind the Wheel

 

The Lincoln Motor Company has once again revolutionized the way we travel. At an event in Los Angeles, the automaker previewed its newest creation — the Lincoln Continental Concept 30-Way Seats. Continue reading “Lincoln Continental Concept 30-Way Seats” »



Ethiopian Airlines' Dreamliner

Ethiopian Airlines’ Dreamliner

Saturday June 20, 2015 marks the inaugural Ethiopian Airlines flight from Addis Ababa to Los Angeles with a stopover in Dublin. This celebrates a momentous occasion for the fast growing airline ( and already the largest in Africa) since it is the first direct service connecting Africa to the West Coast of the United States. 

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100 Things for Every Gearhead to Do Before They Die

By Jason Fogelson

(Reedy Press, LLC, 2015)

 

 

100 Things For Every Gearhead to Do Before They Die

Jason Fogelson’s new book is a grand bucket list for gearheads


Automobile aficionados must add this book to their collection. Although the Merriam-Webster Dictionary definition of “gearhead” can be broad, the word means “a person who is very interested in mechanical and technical things (such as cars and computers),” t
he book will appeal to anyone who’s somewhat interested in automobiles, motorcycles, their history, how they are made and where you can see them perform.

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The lobby of the Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco

The lobby of the Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco


No Nonsense Luxury Hotel in San Francisco


Enjoying a convenient SoMa location just blocks from Union Square, the Four Seasons San Francisco offers a retreat for both business and leisure travelers. Guests enter from Market Street or a quiet cul-de-sac, then check in with the personable staff at the fifth-floor lobby, granting them access to all the hotel’s impressive features, such as the luxurious accommodations, 15,000 square feet of meeting and event space located on the floor just below and 127,000 square feet dedicated to fitness and wellness on the second and third floors. The 277 guest rooms and suites provide guests with creature comforts such as down duvets and pillows, thick terry bathrobes, twice daily housekeeping, an iHome alarm clock, multi-line phone with voicemail, in-room safe, refrigerated private bar, Wi-Fi and floor-to-ceiling windows. On-site amenities include a 75-foot junior Olympic pool, a 24-hour business center, a private art collection of 90+ works and MKT Restaurant – Bar. The menu features a local, California-inspired cuisine of steaks and small plates, as well as artisanal cocktails, craft beers and California wines.

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A guest room at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace in Las Vegas

A guest room at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace in Las Vegas


What do you get when world-renowned chef Nobu Matsuhisa and two-time Academy Award-winner Robert De Niro get together? A modern luxury hotel, of course.


April 2013 marked the beginning of Matsuhisa’s hotel venture, when his first lodging opened as a hotel within a hotel at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. But the duo’s collaboration didn’t start there, as De Niro previously co-funded and provided creative direction for Nobu restaurants worldwide. He’s also responsible for luring the Japan-born Los Angeles chef to New York.

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