Food & Drink

France’s prettiest wine town – and wine!

Bordeaux, the world’s premier wine region, is split in two by the Gironde estuary, that estuary itself formed by the confluence of the Garonne and Dordogne rivers.

Celebrating Cultures, One Recipe at a Time Red Lentil Daal - a Recipe from Far Far Away

Like many girls in India, Roopa Rakshit did not choose her husband.

Exotic Viognier goes trendy

There are thousands of grape varieties that get made into wine, but a well-known few dominate the market: for white wines, Chardonnay, Riesling, Sauvignon blanc, and Pinot Grigio are the ones most

The Round Table

“I wonder if we were to settle our differences around a dinner table, enjoying the dishes each culture has to offer, if there would be more content stomachs, less war, and more peace.”

The Great Chateaux of Bordeaux

Bordeaux, the wine capital of the world, is the source of a great range and variety of wines in all colours, styles and prices. (See Bayview September 2018).

Sweet endings

One of the great delights of Christmas and the holiday season is the delectable array of sweet treats that seem to magically appear at this time of year.

Bordeaux - where it all began

Bordeaux, the city in southwest France, is the wine capital of the world.

Tea time in Tea Bay

There’s nothing like a hot cup of tea to get you going first thing in the morning. It warms everything from your nose to your toes, soothes that raspy cough, and calms the nerves.

From the New Palace of the Pope

For so many centuries now the Pope has resided at St.

Cabernet Sauvignon Around the World

Cabernet Sauvignon is arguably the greatest wine grape in the world. This point must always be arguable, because wine is so diverse and opinions are so personal.

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