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Eric Rosen
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Eric Rosen lives in Los Angeles and writes about food, wine, travel and adventure... usually in some combination of the four. He regularly contributes to Los Angeles Confidential Magazine, Condé Nast's HotelChatter and Jaunted, TravelAge West, Palate Press, Frontiers, Edge and Wandermelon. His work has also appeared in the L.A. Times. When he is not exploring the Los Angeles dining scene, Eric is on assignment making fearless forays across the globe as he discovers new culinary adventures and far-flung wine regions from the Andean foothills of Argentina to the shores of Western Australia, from Bordeaux&'s chateaux to Austria's Danube Valley and up and down his native California. Most recently his travels took him to the wine regions of Australia and the heights of Machu Picchu in Peru. To read his articles and see what he has been up to lately, you can visit his site, Eric the Epicure
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02.11.2014

Spain's Charming Island of Menorca Ideal for Europe’s Low-Profile Jet-Setters
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While the vibrant beaches and stunning mountains of Mallorca and the thumping clubs of Ibiza tend to attract the lion’s share of international visitors to Spain’s sun-drenched Balearic Islands, it is their quieter neighbor, Menorca, that ...
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10.01.2013

New Mallorca Luxury Resort: Historic Hotel Castell Son Claret
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The sunny Mediterranean isle of Mallorca has long been a favorite destination of European jetsetters and nightlife enthusiasts alike. To meet guests’ varying needs, hotels offer accommodations ranging from ultra-luxurious private enclaves to seaside ...
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05.21.2013

Discovering Buenos Aires’ Hidden Kitchens: Puertas Cerradas Worth Finding
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It’s evening in Buenos Aires and the city is just coming alive as diners seek out their tables at the city’s hottest spots, but you’re headed deep into a residential neighborhood — perhaps unassuming Villa Crespo near Palermo, or maybe leafy Belgrano...
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05.15.2013

The Evolution of Argentina's Mendoza Wine Country
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The Evolution of Argentina's Mendoza Wine Country For many years now, one wine has become practically synonymous with Argentina: Malbec. This hardy red varietal has garnered fans across the globe thanks...
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02.28.2013

Where to Go Wine Tasting Right Outside Paris
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Although often overlooked in favor of France’s more prominent wine regions like Burgundy and Bordeaux, the Loire Valley is fast gaining worldwide recognition for world-class wines and varietals; Chenin Blanc and Cabernet Franc are attracting devoted ...
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