Food & Drink Connections

Bordeaux, Provence, Porto, Tuscany, Napa Valley and the Cape Winelands of South Africa.Read more
Once upon an elegant time, wood-paneled coaches, white-gloved staff and Victorian-era style greeted adventurers ready to be whisked off on the safari of their dreams.Read more
If you’ve ever had a taste of Mateus wine -- that sweet, frizzante rosé wine that was popular in the swinging 1970s – then the Mateus Palace should feel like an old familiar friend.Read more
You’ll want to drink up more than the stunning scenery and incredible history of Portugal during your visit...Read more
Nestled along the majestic banks of the mighty Danube, Dürnstein is one of the most visited regions in the iconic Wachau Valley.Read more
“Drinking a Kölsch beer is more than just drinking a beer: it’s like drinking an entire culture.”Read more
Mouthwatering bites (or full-on meals)...Read more
No need to adjust your beer goggles: when you visit Pilzen, you’re sure to be seeing (and drinking) beer just about everywhere.Read more
Celebrate life’s sweetest moments with an intoxicating pairing of ultra-rich, honeyed Sauternes wine from Bordeaux.Read more
How many monks does it take to develop the world-class wine of the illustrious Fécamp Monastery, still being served hundreds of years after its introduction?Read more
Why just settle for a regular cup of joe? Or even a specially whipped up espresso or caffé macchiato when you can indulge in a classic Rüdesheimer kaffee (aka Rüdesheimer coffee).Read more
Austria’s iconic Wachau Valley, a UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site, is not only home to some of the most charming towns and villages but also stunning scenic views and lush vineyards.Read more
Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, Johnny Cash and June Carter, red wine and chocolate. Some of the best things in life just go even better together.Read more
Hermitage, a French wine Appellation d’Origine Controlée (AOC), is one of the most sought-after wines in the world.Read more
Think Port wine is the only sweet wine under the proverbial Portuguese sun? Well, think again.Read more
Actually, the “Verde” in “Vinho Verde” does not stand for the color green, but rather it refers to green in the context of being young or youthful.Read more
Thirsting for a papal history lesson as you enjoy a nuanced, flavorful wine with sumptuous texture, intensity and heavenly aromatics including black currants, blackberries and herbs de Provence?Read more
Is there any more perfect pairing for wine than a blend of classical romance and legendary chivalry?Read more
Imagine toasting with the perfect glass of sparkling Brut Reserve or a dry, late harvest Riesling or a peppery, fruity Grüner Veltliner right in the Kremstal valley?Read more
Party like an all star when visiting Austria.Read more
Go for the wines, but say it’s for the history.Read more
Imagine toasting to the good life aboard an AmaWaterways river cruiseRead more
Try this Traditional German SauerbratenRead more
A traditional treat is Lamb Navarin Stew.Read more
You can serve it as an appetizer or make it the star of the meal.Read more
Enjoy this refreshing dessert that melts in your mouth with a sweet and tangy kickRead more
Black Forest Cake is always a delicious treat.Read more
Indulge in Alsace KugelhopfRead more
Chocolate lovers everywhere, rejoice! And set your sights on Vienna, that glittering city of kaffehaus culture and scrumptious cakes.Read more
Indulge in Veal ZurichRead more
Onion soup has been savored throughout Europe since the ancient Romans first began creating this delectable and hearty dish.Read more
Originally known as the Brussels waffle, named for the capital city from which it comes, this waffle is so crisp and light, it nearly melts in your mouth.Read more
Though many variations of Goulash exist, ours is a traditional, authentic recipe from the very heart of Hungary.Read more
Turn your holiday meal into an extraordinary experience with some sensational wine choices.Read more