An iconic dish of traditional Moroccan cuisine, couscous is exceptionally fragrant and spicy. But what wine should you drink with this culinary speciality?
Vietnamese cuisine is packed with flavour, abundant in vegetables and places great emphasis on aromatic herbs and spices.
Love coq au vin? Served with fresh tagliatelle, this typically French dish is a popular classic. The secret of an excellent coq au vin is in the preparation of its sauce. So what wine should you choose to cook it and what wine should you choose to drink with it?
Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without the traditional Christmas turkey would it? Of course it wouldn't! It must be said that stuffing with chestnuts, foie gras or white pudding is a great classic of Christmas dinners. Here are three wines that go with it perfectly.
Winter goes hand-in-hand with freezing cold and gloom. But cheer up! Winter is also the time for get-togethers around the fire on skiing holidays and raclettes amongst friends. So today, what shall we drink with a delicious raclette?
Veal blanquette is the great classic of French cuisine. But what wine should you choose to go with it?
What betterway to warm your cockles? It is THE comfort food par excellence to share with your family and friends.
We all remember the homey comfort foods made by our grandmothers, you know these recipes copied time and time again, never matched but with a taste of childhood and a hint of nostalgia that fill our hearts with joy. The only hitch is that we never know what wine to choose to pay tribrute to grandma's culinary tips.
The black truffle, otherwise known as melanosporum, harvest season ranges from November to February in Périgord, Vaucluse, Var and also in Burgundy.
Wine and cheese, the ideal partnership! So it seemed natural to us to unveil the secrets of a harmonious union between the two products of French terroir par excellence.