Tag: France

I’ve never been to Chateau d’Yquem. In fact, while I’m laying all my cards on the table, I haven’t even tried a glass. But it’s definitely on my bucket list of...

Rosé is like the under-celebrated middle-child of the wine world- she really does have her work cut out for her when it comes to proving herself. So, fellow...

Here’s a no brainer: What is all wine made from? That’s not a trick question. The answer is grapes. So riddle us this – if all wine is made from grapes, will...

Chances are you’ve read the back of a wine bottle before that has descriptions like “dry, medium body, medium acidity, long finish, medium alcohol” and...

This month, we travelled to a beautiful winederlust location that left us smitten, inspired and wanting more – bienvenue à Lyon. Plopped right in-between...

A blended wine is lazy. The winemaker simply didn’t have enough grapes to make a single varietal wine, so he just chucked what he had together in a barrel, and...