There is no more famous wine region than Bordeaux, which is located in southwestern France.
Entire books have been written on the region and its estates, but a blog is no place for a book. 381 more words
Unlike Prince Charles I am no friend of homeopathy. It strikes me as implausible that a substance so diluted that no molecules of the original material can be found in the final solution can be effective, and as far as I understand, no well-controlled experiments have ever demonstrated anything more powerful than the placebo effect. 981 more words
Mouton Cadet is the younger, more accessible (read: cheaper – hallelujah!), entry-level range of Bordeaux wines created by Baron Philippe de Rothschild in 1930. For the uninitiated, he is the man behind one of Bordeaux’s five great first growth crus – Chateau Mouton-Rothschild, situated in Pauillac, which is arguably the best appellation in all of Left Bank Bordeaux because of its two other equally glamorous residents – Chateau Lafite-Rothschild and Chateau Latour. 100 more words