Spotlighting the finest World Wines / Dining / Travel
WCM is “the” magazine for those who buy, drink, and enjoy wine and food on a regular basis. Our readers range from enthusiastic beginners who want to learn about the world of wine and the styles of wine that they enjoy and experienced veterans who look for insider tips and expert wine buying advice. We publish four issues a year, each with a special seasonal focus and a unique viewpoint. Each issue contains wine reviews written by our readers, and features articles on the wine and restaurants in the area that our readers enjoy.
Wine Collecting for Beginners
Red wines, white wines, sweet wines, dry wines, screw caps….the whirlwind of wine information is daunting! I put off starting my own wine collection for years because the thought of it was so intimidating. It is true that you will learn from your mistakes as you grow your wine collection.
Asian Food and Asian Wines
Asian Food and Asian Wines Pairing food and wine in Asia is all the rage and in all honesty is a good way of introducing wines to potential wine lovers in a way that seems the norm to people in the West. However in many cases – especially here in Hong Kong. Continue
Low Calorie Wine
The theory that states “if you don’t see me eating a food, then it has no calories” is one that I have followed for years. It was usually a piece of cake, a cookie, a quart of ice cream, or something else that was sweet Continue
Exotic Getaway Fiji
Whether you are on your honeymoon, celebrating a 50th anniversary or just looking for a resort that is romantic.This is the place to travel,relax and enjoy. The Taveuni Palms in Fiji is an intimate retreat offering two private guest houses, a secluded sandy beach, and even a freshwater swimming pool.
Wine Tastings -Mystery Revealed
Have you have ever wondered why people at wine tastings go through a form of ritual of tilting their glass, swirling the wine around the bowl, sniffing the wine anapparently gargling with the wine before eventually spitting it out? If you have, then this whole process is not really such a mystery and quite simply represents the five steps that are necessary to assess quality of a wine.
Why You Should Have a Wine Cellar
In the movies we are used to seeing a wine cellar in some dark damp under ground bunker. However to have and own a wine cellar doesn't have to be exactly that way anymore. Now we have options with our wine cellars and .
The Rare Ice Wine
The least popular and the rarest variant of the diverse variety of wines these days is probably the "ice wine". Ice wine is mostly produced in the northwestern part of the Pacific where the weather condition is ideal for making this rare wine variant.