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Imagine yourself on the edge of a beautiful vista with the right group of people, a sensational meal, and an unforgettable wine. That experience is what we try to capture. From a secluded bay in St. Barts to a slope side café in Whistler, to a Bistro in Paris to a neighborhood restaurant in San Francisco, we believe that memories are what make the magic happen.  

We want to connect you, the consumer, with the wines you love and the places where you can have them. We want to help you learn about the nuances of where the grapes were grown and the people that serve them. Sometimes, we just want you to explore a secluded island that reminds you of a great wine or hike to a mountain peak that reminds you how good it is to be alive and free to roam.

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  • Lucayan National Park, Grand Bahama

    Author: Zeke Quezada

    Date: July 2, 2016

    You’ll rent a car in Grand Bahama and you’ll explore the beaches on the outskirts of this island. The West End is magnificent but it can feel somewhat like a tourist’s attraction. Instead head to Lucayan National Park along the Grand Bahama Highway. It w

  • Tintamarre , St. Maarten

    Author: Zeke Quezada

    Date: July 2, 2016

    After you tour the abandoned airstrip and the remnants of an airplane you will attempt to find a speckle of sand that best suits you. You’ll walk along the desolate beach with in view of mainland St. Maarten and you’ll test the wind. You’ll listen for th

  • Prickly Pear Caye, Anguilla

    Author: Zeke Quezada

    Date: July 2, 2016

    You arrive by boat. Your feet sink in the bright white sand. You instantly think about paradise. You wish you never had to leave. This tiny collection of islands off the coast of mainland Anguilla are more than a pretty postcard. If you seek the quintessential paradise Pr

  • Waipouli Beach, Kauai, Hawaii

    Author: Zeke Quezada

    Date: July 2, 2016

    Located near Kapaa this is one of the forgotten beaches of Kauai. Not that it lacks importance it’s just that not as many people are seeking prime parking spots or setting up camp for an entire day. The sand is supple and the Foodland is nearby to get snacks. The be

  • Holbox Island, Mexico

    Author: Zeke Quezada

    Date: July 2, 2016

    To describe Holbox Island as anything but paradise would be foolish. It’s a sleepy town away from everything and it has the perfect combination of picturesque beaches and a lack of amenities that make this not only idyllic but a must visit for any beach lover. To ge

  • Punta Cana, Dominican Republican

    Author: Zeke Quezada

    Date: July 2, 2016

    The Dominican Republic is a misunderstood island simply because their infrastructure makes it difficult to be a true vacation destination. Travelers will love it because of the rich history and the possibility of a quick adventure to Haiti. The beaches are stunning and th

  • Anse De Colombier

    Author: Zeke Quezada

    Date: July 2, 2016

    Anchoring a boat in the calm, clear waters of a secluded bay is about as close to utopia as it can get. This bay in St. Barts is accessible either by boat or by hiking along a rocky cliffside trail that extends along some extremely picturesque landscape. Why would you lea