Happy weekend, friends! Hope you enjoy this Sunday scroll in wine, food, lifestyle, design and travel.
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.
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.
This is far from my style, but I have to appreciate a true branded experience! All Fendi, at the link.
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.
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!
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.
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!