New York has other open-air food bazaars, but none to match the thrills and surprises at this one.
Château Picoron ‘Les Terrasses’ Sainte Colombe, Castillon Côtes de Bordeaux 2014, France (contact the winery for further details) Combines cedary Bordeaux restraint with richer, plummier flesh, with the red berry flavours staying just the right side of jammy, and a backbone of ripe but slightly earthy tannin to hold it all together. Good for a […]
I like my wine, as you know, but sometimes, especially on super hot days like we’ve been having in the Capital, I fancy something ice cold with lots of ice! Yes, I’m talking about summer time cocktails and what’s more summery than rum? The Jam Tree are thinking along the same lines and to celebrate […] The post Rum Fest coming to SW London at The Jam Tree appeared first on The Wine Sleuth.
Sweet and supple, this bread is shot through with fat to create a melting, airy bread.
Chapelle Saint Simeon Narbonne, Languedoc The Languedoc region has so many different appellations and terroirs that it's not fair when we just refer to one of its wines by the generic term Languedoc. I was invited to a press trip...
European Union regulations protecting consumers and preserving culinary cultures often create tension, sometimes even with the United States.
Casamigos, which the actor founded with the entertainment impresario Rande Gerber, drew the attention of the spirits giant Diageo.