The 2006 is a real class act. Combining elegance and intensity. It’s a total contrast to the cooler and more restrained 2007, a wine for europhiles. And oh, mustn’t forget about the so elegant 2005 or the concentrated 2004. 4 vintages. 4 wines with a common denominator but with differing styles. There’s one more, the [...]
I’m not much into the advanced cooking and the molecular gastronomy which reigns in so many restaurant kitchens today. I don’t want a show; I want great and honest food which I am convinced in the end will be number one for most of us. My most precious food memories aren’t related to 8 course-meals [...]
I remember sewing was a part of the school chart when I was a kid. Must have been when I was 9 until 12 years of age. I sucked at sewing and my low-water mark must have been the green and white scarf I knitted. A scarf that not even the most loving parent would [...]
Tired of reading about Chateauneuf-du-Pape and the 2007 vintage? Sure it’s a great vintage but be honest to yourself; if the kind of wine produced in 2007 is what you’re searching for in a pope wine, then why haven’t you bought any aussie Grenache before?
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