Wexas editors and specialists select the food and regional specialities that sum up a place and ought to be on your list of things to try when discovering a destination.
Our Taste of guides, including reviews and recommendations for essential food experiences around the world, and are designed to get your taste buds tingling in anticipation of your trip.
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Get to know to cuisine of Occitanie in France's sunny southwest, from the Mediterranean flavours of garlic and fish to some of the finest beef, wine, and full-bodied cheese in the world – this is the home of Grenache, Roquefort, and dishes flavoured with rich, flavoursome duck fat.
Chile's winemaking has taken its rightful place at the world's table, with vineyards producing grapes both familiar and uncommon. Here are the main Chilean wines to look for, and food pairings to bring out the best in them.
Originally famous for its chilled out surfing towns and unspoilt beaches, there is so much more to explore in the southwest pocket of Western Australia – gourmet producers, award-winning wines, towering forests, and stunning national parks to name but a few.
No holiday to Italy would be complete without a pilgrimage to one of its famous wine regions, so we’ve made this at-a-glance introduction to buying wine in Italy with tips on how to read a bottle, match the wine and what to spend.
The Margaret River region of Western Australia is well known for its great wine, but now there is a gourmet food culture to match. New truffle hunts and fine dining experiences take visitors off the beaten track into the heart of Australia's South West.