Don’t miss Artean Barra Abierta in San Sebastián’s Gros district for a fantastic dining experience with a great vibe!
If you’re a food, wine, and travel lover and want to get off the beaten path, head to Argentina’s Salta Province! Before Mark and I moved to France, we spent five weeks in this South American country with a goal to propel ourselves into their world: culture, food, wine, and the landscape. Because the country is long, 2,360 miles (3,800… Read more »
Rosé can come from anywhere red grapes are grown. In certain areas, winemakers push for more out of their rosé, in the form of terroir rosé. One such person is Guillaume Demoulin.
An exceptional Vin de France Grenache from a Terrasses du Larzac domaine pairs extraordinarily well with Sherry braised pork cheeks.
A four hectare plot of gnarly own-rooted Grenache in Barossa Valley’s Vine Vale district is being rejuvenated by Dr. Dylan Grigg. These gorgeous old vines have a story to tell!
Nathan Myhrvold’s new book Food & Drink: Modernist Cuisine Photography is captivating and beyond creative, dishing up photographic interpretations of some of the simplest things.
In 1999, oceanographer Terry Sullivan and botanist Molly Morison purchased land from the historic Bagley pear orchard in southern Oregon’s Rogue Valley AVA. Always called the Upper Five by the previous owners, they kept the name, pulled out the orchard, prepared the land and planted vines. They have farmed their just under four acres of vineyards organically from the beginning… Read more »
Many joke that Chardonnay is the chicken of wine grapes. Although more neutral in flavors, it offers flexibility to produce many wine styles. In this article, I explore its evolution in California and share characteristics of the wine it makes in other parts of the world.
Whether you think I am talking about cooking wine, or are an actual lover of these fortified wines, this post has something for everyone, thanks to our recent time at Blandy’s on Madeira Island. The trip was spontaneous, thus not much prior research except for reading Tom Mullen’s Forbes article and booking a tour at the only organic winery on the… Read more »
The tiny Jura region is filled with traditional and modern style wines. i invite you to discover a few of both with me today!