Chateau d'Yquem

Superior First Growth

Chateau d’Yquem is a “Superior First Growth” winery in southern Bordeaux. These wines have two distinct characteristics. One, the flavours in the wine are complex, concentrated, and sweet. The high acidity in the wine is balanced out by the sweetness. Second, Chateau d’Yquem wines are known for their longevity. Majority of the wines, with proper care, can be kept for approximately a century.

La Vie en Bourgogne

La Vie en Bourgogne

France and its wines

Burgundy Home of Delicacies.

Burgundy in Eastern Central France is home to some of the most exquisite and expensive wines in the world. The five wine growing areas of this historic region are Chablis, Cote de Nuits and Cote de Beaune together called Cote d”Or, Cote Chalonnaise, and Maconnais, which are comprised of approximately 74,000 acres of vineyards.

The Oyster

The Oyster at Pescatores Seafood & Grill is the place to visit, if you like oysters. They offer a variety of menu options but stars at Pescatores are the freshly shucked and cooked oysters from the Pacific Northwest. The oysters carried at the bar are: Kusshi, Royal Miyagi, Phantom Creek, Black Pearl, Fanny Bay, Beaufort, Denman Island, Summer Breeze, Effingham, Little Wing, and Sinku.

Time For Africa

south african wines

South Africa is home to some of the most picturesque wineries. The country’s wine producing region stretches from the Western to the Northern Cape regions - approximately 60 appellations covering over 100 000 hectares of land produces 264 million gallons of wine annually. This production capacity puts South Africa among the top ten wine producing countries in the world.

Bottles and Candles

Most people go for a martini, beer, or a cocktail. But research shows that wine is a popular drink to order on a date. Wine is also the perfect way to calm ones nerves while looking suave and sophisticated, and not like an alcoholic. This suave and sophisticated look can only be achieved with the right wine though.

To Have and To Hold

Perfect Toasts


Wedding wine bvows

To have and to hold a champagne glass is the perfect addition to an already perfect day. When the subject of weddings come up, visions of floating laces and toasts with champagne and mouth-watering dinners appear before the dreamer. But how does one go about choosing the right champagne for their wedding toast or choose the right wine to pair with the food?

Say Cheese!

The Balance Between Tannins and Mature Cheeses.


Cheese And Wine Pairings

What goes first, red or white? Red Before white and everything goes to hell! Red wines are more complex, and will mask the flavour of white wines which are more subtle and fruity.

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