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
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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
I am turning the clock back to 1988, springtime in Tuscany, and I am knocking on the door, of a pretty much unknown then, Milanese insurance… read more
I can remember tasting 2005 Ch.Leoville-Poyferre in the ‘En Primeur’ tasting (2006 in Bdx) and thinking what an amazing, powerhouse of an elegant wine it was.
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
Orson Welles 1978 Paul Masson wine commercial
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
…If you don’t think that the wine glass is important, why not drink from the bottle? (well, sometimes I do when I cannot get my hands on… read more