Happy Sunday! This week’s picks in wine, food, lifestyle, design and travel.
Flying as a Subscription Service
Adding to the ever-growing list of things you can subscribe to – now you can even get a subscription for flights! Alaska Airlines just announced a subscription plan for travel within California and to Nevada and Phoenix.
The World’s First Residential Superyacht
Now THIS is the way to live a boat! Instead of the typical cabins aboard a yacht, every unit on this super yacht will be an ultra-luxury apartment with expansive windows and views. Apartments range from 2,000-10,000 sq ft of indoor and outdoor space. The interiors are completely bespoke.
Incredible Overwater Bungalows
Chic retreats that offer gorgeous accommodations right on the sea! This is a bucket list item for me, so I enjoyed looking through this roundup of the world’s top 21 overwater bungalows.
Vacations for Every Decade of Life
This article has curated some incredible experiences for every decade of your life. These trips take into account your budget, mobility, and what sort of destinations tend to call to people in different phases of life. Looks like I need to get Peru!
Coffee Reserves in Danger
Unfavorable growing conditions in Brazil and high shipping costs have put pressure on the coffee industry, and global coffee bean reserves are currently the lowest they’ve been since Y2K. I’m sure, like me, many of you will happily pay the higher price as opposed to giving up our coffee!
The Health of California’s Vineyards
Very sad to see – a new report suggests demand for California’s wine is slowing, while scarce water resources and economic factors are affecting the sustainability of the industry. Will we lose some Cali vineyards over this?
SoHo Design Oasis
A new level of sophistication brought to a historic loft in SoHo. The designer mixes furniture by design-world darlings with striking contemporary art pieces, creating a home where each object feels intentionally placed.
Hope everyone has a wonderful and relaxing rest of the weekend!
Let’s go bump up demand for California wines with another trip ASAP!