It wasn’t fear and loathing in Las Vegas. But terroir and embarrassment in the climats of Chablis, France to understand minerality, the most frustrating word in wine.
It was like a fairy tale. A wine fairy tale. A French château with lush gardens – green and floral. And in the heart of the Crus Beaujolais, ten villages that make beautiful red wines from Gamay Noir.
Located at the foot of the medieval castle Châteauneuf du Pape, Le Verger des Papes is pleasure for all your senses.
Get the full Champagne experience by staying at a small champagne house. Champagne André Bergère is right on Avenue de Champagne, where many of the world’s most celebrated and most well-known champagne houses are located.
You will not have to wait years to enjoy the 14th edition of Taittinger Collection Brut Millésimé 2008 that has recently been released. It is drinking beautifully now, and will for years to come.
Provençal rosé is inextricably linked to summer, sun, and vacations.
Everyone thinks of the bubbles, but it’s the blending behind the scenes that creates a beautiful, inimitable champagne.
North to South, here’s a tour of France at the Vancouver International Wine Festival.
Following last night’s Vancouver International Wine Festival 2014 media preview, here’s what you need to know to sip, savour, and even slumber through this year’s most delicious wine event of the year.
He was like the Soup Nazi. Only nicer.