Uco Valley, on the eastern slopes of the Andes, due west of Buenos Aires, is what Napa Valley was 30 years ago—if Napa had colonial Spanish squares and 18,000-foot peaks rising in the distance. Nearly 100 vineyards dot the 45-mile-long valley, named one of the nine great wine regions of the world (which include Napa and Bordeaux). And yes, the reason to come is to let loose your inner
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Drink Like a Gaucho in the Uco Valley
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"If you don’t drink, don’t start.”
This quote comes from Dr. Noelle LoConte, an associate professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison who is the lead author of a statement recently put together by the American Society of Clinical Oncology
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Oncologists Draw Links Between Heavy Drinkers and Cancer
It is hard to believe that is has been nearly a year since Conor McGregor has stepped foot in an official UFC fight, given that he is unquestionably the biggest star in mixed martial arts. During the promotion for his widely publicized boxing match with Floyd Mayweather many questioned how quickly the Irish brawler would be driven to return to the sport after earning a sizable purse. McGregor
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Conor McGregor Plots UFC Return And Releases "Notorious" Documentary
Brett Favre played in the NFL for 20 years. He did not miss a game for 19 of those years. On the last play of his career, he suffered a concussion. And now he's concerned concerned enough about the long-term consequences that he's doing something about it.
In an interview with Sports Illustrated
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Brett Favre Backs Pharmaceutical Company Developing Concussion Drug
Physicist Stephen Hawking believes our planet is going to get a whole lot hotter a whole lot sooner than most believe.
Speaking at the Tencent WE Summit, Hawking said earth will burn up in less than 600 years. The cause will be overpopulation and energy consumption, which will turn the planet into an unbearable ball of fire, according to a
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Time to Move! Stephen Hawking Says Earth has Less than 600 Years
Bear Grylls made his fortune being outside: eating animal poop; slicing open snakes, tromping through the wilderness with celebrities, a President, and athletes.
So how does a man bring his charisma, love a nature, and survivalist know-how to the masses? Put some walls and a roof up and welcome them inside!
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Famous Outdoorsman Bear Grylls Will Make Gobs of Money From Indoor Theme Park
In May, when I met Michael Murphy, the architect, in his Boston office, he had just returned from a weekend in Orlando, that counterfeit paradise where escapism gleams beyond the turnstiles. It is about the most incongruous place you can imagine for a man who has made a career of bringing artful, functional design to the world's most neglected places—Rwanda, Haiti, Liberia. But Murphy wasn’t
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Michael Murphy is Saving Lives Through Better Buildings
Colorado’s pioneering single malt whiskey distillery Stranahan’s is about to release a sherry cask finished gem of a bottle for less than $100, and it might forever change the way you look at American single malts.
This isn’t the first time we’ve gotten to try this delicious whiskey. We actually
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Stranahan’s Sherry Cask Is An Amazing Single Malt, American or Otherwise
After six years of producing an array of sport and dress watches with quartz movements, Shinola made a major leap on Tuesday when it introduced its first timepiece with an mechanical movement—and its first dive watch.
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Shinola Just Launched its First Mechanical Watch, and it's Stunning
TJX Cos. is treating its people right.
After Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, the retailer had to close all 29 of its T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, and HomeGoods locations on the island. A Facebook post brought the whole
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: T.J. Maxx Continuing to Pay Employees of Closed Puerto Rico Stores
With Veterans Day right around the corner, there’s no shortage of companies donating 20, 30, or even 50 percent of their sales proceeds to causes that support America’s men and women in uniform.
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Buying These Boots Will Help Build a Home for a Veteran in Need
American luxury retailer Tiffany & Co. want to sell you the fanciest soup can of all time.
OK, it's not exactly like the tin cans you'd find in the recycling bin, but the price tag does
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Tiffany & Co. Selling this Season's Hottest $1,000 Tin Can
You may not have to ford a river or get dysentery, but you will be able to order a flight of IPAs.
Travel Oregon has placed a new 8-bit video game at the top of its website, that looks just like the classic Oregon Trail. With the same choppy graphics and sense of adventure, one can digitally make
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: You Won't Die of Dysentery in the Updated "Oregon Trail", But You Will Drink Craft Beer
On March 28, 2017, President Trump signed an executive order asking federal agencies to review policies “that potentially burden the development or use of domestically produced energy resources, with particular attention to oil, natural
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Uranium Mining Might Come Back to the Grand Canyon
My relationship with the DetoxAir filter began like many I’d had before: Excessive slobber and heavy breathing. Except, there was no romance between me and the plastic, curved cuboid about the size of a pack of gum. On the southern tip of Manhattan in the mid-morning work rush, I kept my eyes open as our lips touched—mine of flesh,
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Earlier this month, French watchmaker Richard Mille released a timepiece specifically for cyclists. Designed in partnership with retired Formula-One driver (and current biking enthusiast) Alain Prost, the piece retails for—and we are totally serious when we say this—£655,00 (roughly $840,000 at current exchange).
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Here’s a List of Things You Can Buy Instead of This $840,000 Cycling Watch
The marathon is a cruel beast, particularly in the final miles when—no matter how good the race has gone thus far—things can fall apart, fast. International superstars, it turns out, are not immune to the dreaded wall.
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Kevin Hart Finishes First Marathon, Learns Lesson About the Wall
Robbie Bond is just your regular 10-year-old kid who is doing extraordinary things for national parks.
The Honolulu youth has started Kids Speak for Parks where he's asking for signatures as part of a petition to save the parks and monuments that have been threatened by the Trump administration. So far he's collected
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: A 10-Year-Old May Just Save Our National Parks
To celebrate 60 years of making trucks in Brazil, the engineers at Ford decided to create something for the people who drive them. Specifically, they invented a cap that senses when a driver is about to fall asleep, and uses light, sound and vibration to wake them
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Ford Just Made a Hat That Can Save a Driver’s Life