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J Vineyards

I don’t know about you, but I get an avalanche of emails constantly, but one from a fellow wine blogger caught my eye about a wine tasting of J Vineyards wines. 455 more words


Portrait of Benoît Déhu


On the edge of the appellation, at the end of a little road where the land is full of life and the soil fertile, a plant garden sets on a clay terroir with green marl.   3,104 more words

Portrait De Vigneron

The Library

I guess that I am a bit of a true curmudgeon, because I enjoy reading books and I prefer hard bound editions with marbled paper, deckled edges and ridges on the spine; and if possible leather bindings with gold lettering – nothing too fancy. 596 more words


Big Preparations in the Little Vineyard

Tuesday 14 March 2017

Experience: 4/5
Wines: N/A (not tasted)

Times are busy at Ambeloui. There’s the first fermentation of the 2017 Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes that were harvested in February. 645 more words


Three Things I love about Matbaren

Mathias Dahlgren is one of the most well known chefs in Sweden. I like that he is on top of the food trends and always willing to take some risks and renew himself. 396 more words


Bottomless Mimosas

Is there anything more enticing than the two words “bottomless Mimosas?” Ever since our last trip to Las Vegas, we have been discussing the great Sunday brunch that we had just across the street from our hotel. 458 more words


Vino for Valentine's Day...or A Duo of Duperrey

Valentine’s Day and Champagne. Has there ever been a more bourgeois pairing? Well, maybe throw oysters into the mix for the “menage a trois.” The UK trade seems to bank on sales for the day and the pink of rosé seems to match every other capitalistic notion of February 14th. 217 more words

Tasting Notes