Sunday Seven

The Sunday Seven 06.29.19

It's back! Here’s this week’s Sunday Seven in wine, food, lifestyle, design and travel.

Happy weekend, friends! Here’s this week’s Sunday Seven in wine, food, lifestyle, design and travel.

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Most Searched For Vacay Destination

And the Google search results are in – Italy is officially the most-searched for destination in the world! With food, wine, romance, history, and beaches, I can’t say I’m surprised. This makes me really excited to visit later this year!

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Pinot Under $20

I’ve been in Pinot-land this past week, in Willamette Valley, so this article naturally grabbed my attention. I agree with the author that it’s so hard to find a reasonably priced Pinot Noir. I was pleased to see one I recently visited, Stoller, in the lineup of suggestions here.

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AirBnB Gone Luxe

Yes! Airbnb has upgraded its vacation rental services with 2,000 handpicked homes across the globe. As part of their new Luxe tier, the category goes beyond just travel lodging and offers complete luxury experiences. There is 300-point inspection to ensure they’re truly a premiere destination. They even come with a personal concierge…

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Architectural Wedding Venues

A round up of wedding venues with stunning architecture and backdrops. Pictured is the gorgeous Ribbon Chapel in Hiroshima, Japan, with two entwined spiral staircases to symbolize the act of marriage. This and more architectural wonders available to be your perfect setting – just think of the photos!

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Rosé Cocktails

Rosé – the most refreshing summer drink. Is there anything better? Perhaps, a rosé cocktail! At the link are eight cocktails to make with your go-to summer rosé. Pictured is the classic rosé spritzer – with a twist!

Time-Free Island Time

On the Norwegian island of Sommarøy, locals are pushing to eliminate conventional timekeeping during the midnight sun months. Since that far north the sun doesn’t set for 69 days every summer, typically from mid-May to late July – and the opposite during the winter – they want to maximize every bit of the light they have. Who can blame them?

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Montauk, Trailer-Style

Montauk Shores, the oldest mobile home park in New York state, has an amazing view of the ocean, which East End designer Alicia Murphy decided to capitalize on when she outfitted her own trailer. It’s 2 BR/2BA, coated in cedar, with a huge deck and a Scandinavian interior – I’m in love!

Hope you all have a wonderful and relaxing Sunday!

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