Sunday Seven

The Sunday Seven 06.06.21

My Sunday scroll in wine, food, lifestyle, design and travel.

Happy weekend, friends! Hope you enjoy this Sunday scroll in wine, food, lifestyle, design and travel.

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AI Applied to Wine

One after my own heart, being in tech. A California startup has taught a computer to “taste” wine using AI. They analyze tens of thousands of wines a year, generating vast reams of data to help winemakers and retailers target their products more effectively.

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Reno to Reality in Charlotte

This is a local-to-Charlotte home reno that I’m loving! I appreciate the lack of color in the house, but with tons of shapes, patterns and textures. And, great attention to small details.

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An Uber-Branded Culinary Experience

This is far from my style, but I have to appreciate a true branded experience! All Fendi, at the link.

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Little Island, Big Impact

Really into the architecture of Little Island, a unique and dynamic public park that rises out of the water, about 200 feet off Manhattan’s West Side.

No Mix, No Fuss Desserts

Not gong to lie, the fact you can make these without a mixer is pretty appealing for a selection of things that looks so divine! That olive oil cake with blackberries is calling my name!

Lavish Travel Arises from the Pandemic

It’s fun to dream! These post-COVID vacation suggestions make up for lost time, from a six-figure private-jet African safari with a charitable angle to a buyout of an entire floor at one of the swankiest hotels in the world.

Touchless Dumpling Automat

At the new Brooklyn Dumpling Shop, rather than dealing with a cashier, customers order and pay at a touchless kiosk or from their own phones, then pick up their order from a wall of heated lockers. How COVID-modern is this concept?

Hope everyone has a wonderful and relaxing Sunday!

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