Kabobs, Skewers, Souvlaki, Brochettes, Satay & Other Assorted Meat on a Stick
Whether we’re talking kabobs, skewers, souvlaki, brochettes, satay or any one of a myriad of regional food classics showcasing tasty morsels of meat, fish, poultry, game or the finest farm fresh fruits and vegetables, when it comes to meat on a stick, what was once tasty street food is quickly being elevated to a loftier culinary position.
Wine and Cheese Pairing: Perfect Wine Matches for 11 of the World’s Greatest Cheeses
There is perhaps no food more closely associated with wine than cheese – and with good reason! Wine and cheese share deep and historical roots as artisan products, often…
Hands-Down, Flat-Out Best, Most Definitive Guide to Pairing Wine with Tartare
In the modern world of tartare – from beef to tuna, and from salmon to bison – there are an increasing number of tasty raw meat and fish vehicles delivering bigger and bolder flavours than ever. And how can this be anything but exciting delicious news for us wine lovers? Tartare is a wonderfully delicate dish that offers up rich, unctuous and complex flavours with which to match wines of equal distinction.
7 Insider Tips for Pairing Wine with Vegetarian Cuisine
It seems that great attention is paid to pairing wines with proteins (meat, fish, cheese, etc) but less attention has been paid to pairing wines with amazing farm fresh seasonal vegetables or vegetarian dishes.
5 Incredibly Easy Ways to Make Wine You’re Already Buying Taste Better
If you find you’re not enjoying the wines you buy quite as much as you might like, I’ve got news for you: you’re not alone! Today I want to talk a…
Celebrating the Bounty of Spring: 3 Delicious Asparagus Recipes & Wine Pairings
Is there any more delicious sign of the arrival of spring than stunning farm fresh asparagus? If so, we sure haven’t tasted it! This annual passage is worth celebrating –…
10 Can’t Miss Picks in Every Serious Wine Collection
Starting a wine collection can be a bit intimidating. With so many wines to choose from and the often hefty price tags connected to the most age-worthy wines, it can be tough to decide what to buy, how much of each to buy and how long to age any of them.
Rave Review: David Lawrason on 2012 Langlois Chateau Sancerre – 92 Points!
WINERY PROFILE | Maison Langlois Chateau “This is a very stylish, delicate yet firm sauvignon. A bit more high strung and less heavy than many Sancerres, with an air of…