There is plenty of food for thought in the beautiful wine country of Western Australia’s Margaret River region.
The author describes some amazing wines he has tried over the years, thanks to generous friends and/or dumb luck.
The crisp fall months are by far my most favourite time of the year. I love the excitement around the grape harvest, the many festivals and craft shows both complemented by the changing of the leaves. With that in mind let’s allow the colours of fall to inspire our next sip.
Buying wine for your wedding can be intimidating. Find out from wine expert, Chevonn Cook, how to turn this daunting task into fun adventure and take your wedding guest experience from ordinary to extraordinary.
Sommelier Chevonn Cook explains how cellaring wine doesn’t have to be complicated. It can be fun, affordable and a great investment.
Julia McLean serves up an exotic Canadian Thanksgiving dinner to her friends in France.
From France’s farm country, Julia McLean writes about the art of making liqueurs from herbs and fruits, plus she offers up some divine recipes.
In France, it seems there’s a saint for everything, each with his or her own special day. There’s even a new saint — inaugurated by Julia McLean and her best friend Marie-Claude— who watches over special birthdays and ageing bosoms.
In France, huge festivities accompany the launch of the freshest wine in the world — Beaujolais Nouveau — complete with a race to be the first to get this wine to Paris.
These are five great wines from the British Columbia’s Okanagan you’ll be hearing about in the mainstream media if you haven’t already.