Cow tail, choclo (corn on the cob), pork tail and pork chop, roast beef, carrots, cabbage, sausage, blood sausage, tongue, bacon, rice, chicken and spinach. With… read more
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