Part 1 of 3: wine as a window to the soul of Sardinia A recipe for Sardinian serendipity: rest your body on a cozy stone wall as the sun dips low, sip a 2003 wine made from 140-year-old vines old set snugly in a high and rugged landscape where you had to pull up your collar that windy October […]
I’ll be heading off to Winterthur in early December for an event that features a dinner open to the public, so if you’re as keen as I am to learn more about Galician food and wine from Spain, this is the time to register for what promises to be an extraordinary evening. And if you don’t yet […]
Aperitif time in southern Spain, Andalusia: sherry and Regañõs, little simple dry olive oil crackers that are perfect for sea-gazing at dusk after a dip in the pool.
Celebrating 6 January in southern Spain, a big holiday here – in Spanish style with a very blue meringue and an apple eau-de-vie, before heading off towards Rioja en route home to Switzerland. Obliged to pass through Bordeaux and Burgundy. May 2016 carry on the way it is starting 🙂
I was searching for Pesquera Tinto wine, wondering how prices for this lovely Spanish red wine compare – the answer is, the price ranges from CHF24 in Switzerland to $45 online in the US, which makes no sense. My search took me to the Pesquera home page and – what a surprise – I found […]