Its complexity from the slight aging, and the evident freshness coming from a 9 year old white wine continues to intrigue me. It's a kind of white though that would go better with some food, as compared to the Allan Scott Sauv Blanc that I can drink like water #justlikemymomma !
It's a short workweek, but a heavy one. Where one would normally find himself in a fun pub after work, gulping a cold bottle of subzero beer, I kickback and treat myself a little with a nice bottle of wine. One of the things that brought my husband and I close back when we were still … Continue reading Wine-ing Down
So finding recipes, food inspirations that pride themselves in being "easy" to follow and "easy" to prepare have been my new thing of late. Except, unless you're a trained cook or are Gordon Ramsey, you find that it's actually not that easy to pull off most of them!
I woke up yesterday with a wild craving for Indonesian food. I toyed a lot with the idea of having dinner at Hey Handsome, a great option and maybe my only legitimate experience with Indonesian food before our mini-honeymoon last November. One of the most exciting things for me in learning about a new culture … Continue reading Alsace and Sambal
The Wineyard series is a section that I would like to dedicate specifically to my visits to different vineyards, wineries and getting to know particular wines from the very core of it - wine production. There is nothing quite like being in the very place, where every single aspect of it influences the final outcome … Continue reading Wineyards: Bordeaux Part 1
Rosé wine is not the most famous, or the easiest type of wine to sell. In fact, until about 4 years ago, I didn't fully understand what it was. All I knew of it was it was not white wine, nor red wine. Just the right kind of pink, drank chilled. At the right temperature, … Continue reading Rosé afternoons