WINE TRAVEL: Exploring Constantia, South Africa

Constantia is the oldest wine producing region in the southern hemisphere with an uninterrupted history of winemaking since 1685. It’s located in the southern suburbs of Cape Town in the Western Cape of South Africa, where Constantia’s estates stretch from low ground all the way up the south-eastern sides of the Constantiaberg mountain. Both the […]

WINE PAIRING: Chèvre and Sauvignon Blanc

Goat cheese, also known as chèvre, refers to any cheese made from goat’s milk. It comes in a wide variety of flavours and textures, from soft and spreadable fresh cheese to salty, crumbly aged cheese. Goat cheese is a good source of protein, healthy fats, vitamins and minerals. As a delicious addition to many recipes, […]

GRAPE VARIETY: FOCUS ON SAUVIGNON BLANC

Sauvignon Blanc is an aromatic white grape variety characterized by gooseberry, elderflower, green bell pepper and asparagus notes. Oak is rarely used in order to preserve the authentic herbaceous-aromatic character of the grape and its refreshing fruitiness. It grows in cool climate regions such as the Loire Valley. Here, wines have high level of acidity, […]

3 HOT PICKS OF THE WEEKEND : OAKED SAUVIGNON BLANC FROM NEW ZEALAND!

New Zealand is the perfect destination for exploring, discovering and tasting some incredible wines ! New Zealand is a country located in the western Pacific Ocean. This island is the home of many renowned wineries thanks to different factors. Indeed, the combination of moderate climate, nutrient-rich soils, and innovative viticultural practices makes New Zealand one […]