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From the restoration of historic buildings and monuments, farming of vineyards and crafting of wine, the Bourguignons use a respectful approach that preserves the timelessness and authenticity of their craft.From Healing to Hospitality: The Léproserie of Meursault All photography by Martin Argyroglo

All photos by Peter Bowers unless notedOn the road just north of Yountville, the new Piazza del Dotto stands impressively against a wooded knoll.

All images courtesy Hofmann ArchitectureWhen a Palo Alto couple sought a romantic getaway for their favorite spot overlooking Carmel-by-the-Sea, they enlisted Santa Barbara Airstream specialists Hofmann Architecture (HofArc) to create their dream weekend home: a customized 31-foot, 1969 Sovereign ca

Escape the winter weather, and enjoy your California wines too, in El Dorado where the average temperatures hover around 90 degrees and the ambiance can be summed up in one word: relaxing.

Paris has always been in our hearts...even more so now.

One often feels as if they have traveled to an exotic location by simply wearing a piece designed by Mara Hoffman. With her alluring prints, Hoffman captures the true essence of nature and the spirituality drawn from her travels.

Canada, our neighbor to the north, hides many treasures within her borders.

This piece originally appeared on Design Milk. By: Caroline WilliamsonIf you’re looking for a hotel that’s completely outside the box, Amsterdam’s Hotel Not Hotel is just that place.

This piece originally appeared on Lonny. 48 Hours In ParisIn Paris, the right bank neighborhood of the Marais is a hotbed for fresh design with stylish shops and restaurants popping up overnight.

Sure, for your first visit to New York, you’ll probably want to stick close by 57th Street and Fifth Avenue. After all, it’s near Rockefeller Center and Central Park, the high-end stores, the Empire State Building.

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