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PROVENCE UNPLUGGED! Would you like a luxurious visit to the source of the wines found in Arthur's Cellar? Does a week in a stately country home near Avignon appeal? How about sumptuous lunches in quaint restaurants cantilevered over surging rivers or perched on hill top villages, visits to colourful markets, explorations of well-preserved Roman sites and tours of famous wineries? Join us on a very special vacation to southern France. We'll custom design it for you and a group of friends.

Bodega Restaurant 
Bodega Restaurant at 30 Baldwin Street, just a couple of blocks behind the AGO is a real hidden gem. If you are looking for a warm, friendly French bistro with terrific food, this is the place for you. Dine in one of their handsome dining rooms or out on the summer patio while you quaff some delight wines and beers along with head chef and proprietor Paul Biggs’ splendid cuisine. Make this site of six very successful Arthur's Cellar Wine Club wine and food pairing dinners the place for your next meal out.

Le Sélect Bistro 
Tucked away on Wellington Street just east of Spadina in Toronto, this big, warm and very friendly restaurant is really on its game these days. Great people, food and a very extensive, well-chosen wine cellar ensure a most memorable bistro-style meal. In fact, it seems that the contents of Arthur's Cellar are slowly migrating to Le Sélect's cellar! Right now you get our 2014 Rhône By Roger Sabon, 2014 Viogner by Domaine Chabrier Fils and 2012 Vacqueyras from Domaine Palon - all are among their featured wines. One of the best parts is the greeting you get when you call for reservations! Why not try it now? (416) 596-6405.

Gentleman's Quarter 
An old colleague of mine, Nigel Napier-Andrews has created a most delightful lifestyle blog featuring just about everything one's heart desires - fine food and recipes, travel destinations and cruise and even a regular wine column contributed by your humble scribe. Make sure to sign up for the blog. After all, who can resist 'a good helping of life, love and whisky' (or wine)?