It’s no secret that I enjoy fine wines. And it’s not just about what’s inside. A well designed label and bottle can be very convincing. Then there is the small matter of stemware. It matters too what type of glass you serve my wine in. Clear glass in a shape that complements the variety is… Read More Wine Served Just Absolutely Right
We have been warned that you have to carry what you pack. Just like in life your load is your responsibility. My travel bag includes the necessary and a little luxury. Balance is also important on the Camino and in life. The following items are ready to fly with me to Portugal: K-Way back pack… Read More My Camino Essentials #travellight
My idea of a great time is sipping slowly on a Riedel montrachet glass filled with chilled velvety pale gold Chardonnay. A full mouthfeel that whispers sweet little nothings to my palate long after the liquid has disappeared. This is exactly what I did at the Hemel-en-Aarde Classic Chardonnay Celebration. After three Pinot Noir Celebrations today was the first Chardonnay version. Pinot… Read More Classic Chardonnay Celebration – An early Christmas?
Everyone loves a wine festival. It is a great opportunity to try new vintages and meet the producers. Here are a few tips for a better experience… Book a ride. Be responsible. Don’t drink and drive. Book early! Stemware matters. Good glassware is essential in order to enjoy the full aroma of the wine and… Read More Five Tips for a Better Wine Festival Experience