Wine Dine & Travel Magazine is now a multimedia publishing company developing exciting original content on travel, food and wine in video, digital, & print.
Wine Dine & Travel Magazine has always been a pioneer in digital and print magazine publishing. We are again pushing the boundaries of publishing by expanding our content and delivery channels. With the addition of integrated contextual video and interactivity in our flagship digital magazine and the introduction of our YouTube Channel we offer a new level of entertainment and enlightenment for our viewers.
new videos from the wine dine & travel youtube channel
THE FUTURE IS NOW! WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE LAUNCH OF THE NEW INTERACTIVE EDITION OF WINE DINE & TRAVEL MAGAZINE. IT’S PACKED WITH CONTEXTUAL MULTIMEDIA CONTENT THAT WILL TAKE WDT MAGAZINES TO A NEW EXCITING LEVEL
“A little fear is OK. It’s a survival instinct that has served humans well since they started walking on two legs.”
BY RON & MARY JAMES
fear of travel
A little fear is OK. It’s a survival instinct that has served humans well since they started walking on two legs. It rears up while traveling since you’re out of your comfort zone – out of familiar environs and routines.
WDT Master chef Series: Noel McMeel
by ron james
It’s been more than three decades since I last set foot on Irish soil. I have many fond memories of that visit; however hard as I try, I can’t remember what I ate – although I do remember drinking a fair bit of Guinness. I’m sure I filled up on pub food – good grub but hardly fine dining. A lot has changed in Ireland since then, including the state culinary affairs, as I learned when I interviewed Noel McMeel, executive chef at Lough Erne Golf Resort and Hotel in Enniskillen. McMeel is a passionate evangelist for what he calls “modern Irish cuisine” – think slow cooking and farm-to-table with an Irish twist.
SEARCHING FOR THE JAMES FAMILY ROOTS IN IRELAN
There’s no doubt that searching for your family roots is much like a detective novel, only you know that there’s going to be a case solved at the end of the novel… not always the case in genealogy.