The leading ladies of Champagne and everything else there is to know about this delicious, bubbly creation called Champagne.
Chef Eric had no doubt that his sommelier Frédéric would be up for the challenge when he served him up this delicious tasting menu. Frédéric comes back “en garde” to present his matching wines to delight our palettes and compliment the meal.
Can you call it champagne if it is not from Champagne? What is the méthode champenoise? What grapes are used in making champagne? When do we drink champagne? What’s the big deal anyway? While you might know the answers to some of these, you are likely to learn something new – I did.
What does 2017 have in store for us when it comes to wine. What will be hot? What will change? What will it cost us? Our sommelier shares 3 of the trends in wine this year.
If you are looking for the perfect holiday gift idea for that lover of wines, look no further we have you covered with this top 10 list from our sommelier Frederic Duverger – and a little bonus gift idea at the end to take your passion for wine one step further.
Are you wondering what’s the best wine choice for light meals or grilled food during those hot summer nights? Or maybe note because you always go for the rosé? Time to break the rules!
Do you marinate your meat or fish? What do you grab, cooking wine? A bit of red? A bit of white? Well if you want to ensure that you are doing justice to your food, you’ll want to read Sommelier & foodie Frédéric Duverger’s tips on wine marinades.
Are you familiar with Natural Wines? As part of the organic wine producers natural winemakers are taking us back to the earlier days of wine – when a bottle could still surprise you. Come along with me to discover the world of Natural Wines and one of its producers, Rémi Curtil of de Grappes & d’Ô.
There is Organic wine and then there’s Deleuze-Rochetin. A winery that has been growing grapes and bottling wine in Arpaillargues (Pays d’Uzès), in Languedoc-Rousillon region of France since 1820. Discover the winery and its vigneron, Baptiste Cartier
You’ve heard it said again and again. In fact you’ve probably said it too. “You can’t mix drinks or you risk getting a headache.” or “I’ll stick to red since that’s what I’m already drinking. I don’t want to end up with a headache.” But how much of that is true? Does mixing wines REALLY give you a headache or are we all victims of a mass delusion?