Patrick Cappiello is a sommelier whose pedigree involves four Grand Awards from Wine Spectator and a few Michelin stars. So it should please you greatly to know that he’s just assembled six of his favorite wines from around the globe, which you may now procure. Which was your cue to start procuring.
Things to do for October 19, 2016
Where Would You Rather Be Right Now?
Whether You’re Booking Holiday Travel or Moving to Canada, You’ll Be Busy This WeekendBy Ilana Dadras
No, no, no, it ain’t weekend, babe.
All the New Thoughts on Holiday Travel
A remote treehouse in the Hawaiian jungle. The most beautiful new North American hotels. A silky Japan-made eye mask with microfine charcoal powder. All right here in our Holiday Travel Guide.
Bask in the Beauty of the Fall Beer Color Spectrum
You’ve got a lot of great seasonal beers to consider. So we considered them for you, then popped our favorites into what we’re calling the Fall Beer Color Spectrum. It’s got our top 10 picks covering every shade of lager and ale. It’s hard work, but someone had to do it. (Nah, no one had to do it.)
It’s a Good Week for Some Bob Dylan Style Inspiration
This week, we’re low-key campaigning to make the Blonde on Blonde knot a thing, picking up some killer leather jackets and searching for the perfect Breton-striped shirt. Those are just three of this week’s five ever-so-noble style endeavors.
No One Really Needs 108 <em>Michelin Guide</em>s. And Yet.
—You fancy yourself a food lover.
—You’re game for a trip to Paris.
—Your bookshelves have room for 108 additional volumes.
Should you have nodded enthusiastically at some or all of those above statements, make note of the new Christie’s auction. They’ll be parting with a collection of 108 Michelin Guides published between 1900 and present day. More on that, right this way.
This Canadian Real Estate Is Just So Tempting
This election has a lot of people talking about moving to Canada. Though usually said in jest, sort of, it got us thinking... Canada is actually quite a nice place to live. Especially if it’s in a UFO cabin or on a private island.
This Fire Pit Is Not Like Other Fire Pits
That’s because it’s made of stainless steel, it resembles a jetpack and it’s engineered for fires with a longer burn and less smoke. So it’s ideal for roasting marshmallows, you see.