WINE LEGEND : Cheval des Andes

Founded in 1996, Terrazas de los Andes, is located in Lujan de Cuyo in the province of Mendoza in Argentina. Its particularity is to associate each of their grape varieties with a specific altitude corresponding to a specific climatic condition for optimal growth and ripeness. In 1999, they joined forces with Château Cheval Blanc to […]

WINE PAIRING : “Bouillabaisse” and Mediterranean wine

Today we are going to explore Mediterranean specialties in the south of France, where the dishes can be enjoyed in a convivial atmosphere with family or friends by the sea! The specialty of the day is the famous “bouillabaisse”! A Marseilles speciality based on fish soup accompanied by bread croutons rubbed with garlic, pieces of […]

WINE STUDY: Barbera d’Asti

Barbera d’Asti is a red wine made from Barbera, an Italian red grape variety grown in the hills of Monferrato in central Piedmont and which, as of 2000, was the third most planted red grape variety in Italy!  Barbera wine has a rich and light taste. Why is that? One of the reasons is that […]

WINE TRAVEL: Focus on Jura, France

The Jura vineyard represents a wine-growing region located in the Jura in Franche-Comté, in France. It represents about 2000 hectares, one of the smallest vineyards in France. The wines produced come from different grape varieties related to the variety of soils and microclimates ideal for the production of white wines. The most widespread grape variety […]