Time sure flies when you are having fun, vinous or otherwise. Twenty years ago, in Bordeaux, after a pretty warm and early start to the summer,… read more
Much to my shock, I read this week that one of the great Buenos Aires classics that opened back in the early 1940’s, has just closed it’s doors forever.
Okay, it’s only a metaphor, but when needed, fits the bill completely, upon this land of Mendocian Malbec and Bonarda. So we have had a first,… read more
Having just returned to the office, after a few days (sorry weeks), away on Wine Tastings, Wine Meetings and Wine Dinners, including a fascinating Indian Cuisine Masterclass
Swartland wine producers appear to have lost their legal battle to stop sandmining in Paardeberg, a move which Eben Sadie says threatens to undermine 20 years’… read more
Over the last ten or so years, I keep hearing the term (within the wine world) Organic and Biodynamic being thrown around, almost, in the same… read more