Oh it’s so nouveau! As the autumnal months advance, the excitement starts to surface for what is one of the most notorious wine festivals. Light-bodied, frivolous, with flavours of bubblegum and strawberry, Beaujolais Nouveau has somewhat of an infamous following. There is a lot more to the region of Beaujolais than just its Nouveau.
What’s in the picnic basket this summer? What some claim to be a fad of funky labels, others see as a conscientious movement...
Reimagine pairing like a Burgundian.
"Are you looking to host a monumental dinner party, or liven a quiet Tuesday evening? Fear no longer. In this article, we will use the region of Burgundy to inspire you to pair for any occasion."
Object-of-desire or gift-of-nature? A Symbol of Luxury or a bunch of grapes?
"Costing around 300$ retail price, it begs the question as to whether the consumer is buying good marketing or a quality Champagne. The answer probably falls somewhere in the middle."
Our contributor - Harriett Gifford, takes us on a voyage to the home of Renaissance and unveils the secrets of Loire Valley wines.
What exactly is Sancerre. Why is it so popular? Is it a wine or a place?
Surprise, the answer is both! Learn more about Sancerre and its history here.
Looking for a new seafood recipe? This hearty essential recipe brings out the "Best of Freshness" using Cantonese cooking techniques. Layer with an elegant, Burgundian pinot noir with charming acidity to go with the umami sensation and texture.
Flute, white wine glass & Champagne coupe, what is best for a Rosé Champagne?