Category: French food
Americans harbor many misconceptions about white wines – they don’t age, are easier to produce, and are interpreted as feminine, to name a few. What are your misconceptions of white wine? Smash them by reading my latest Forbes article.
Last fall the French Winophiles explored France’s largest wine region, Languedoc-Roussillon. This region lies on the coast of the South of France along the Mediterranean Sea. It is home to a tapestry of soils, varied elevations, largely a Mediterranean climate with some Atlantic influence in the western region, and a wide array of wild scrub […]
July is one of my favorite months of the year. As an American July begins with the celebration of our nations Independence; friends, family, food, wine, music and fireworks! A couple of weeks after the 4th of July comes Bastille Day, a day the French recognize as the beginning of their French Revolution, which I […]