Food & Drink

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.

Gifting wine to the wine lover

Finding the perfect gift for everyone on your list is an arduous annual ritual we all go through. And what to give the person who is a dedicated lover of fine wine?

Quality and value from Spain

We all know the dilemma: we want a fine wine for a special occasion, but need to stay within a reasonable budget. Seeking high-quality wine at an affordable price is a never-ending quest.

The Rosés of Summer

My greatest joy in wine comes from its vast diversity of styles and flavours, grown in differing climates and countries all around the world, each a reflection of its local history, geography and c

Butter Tarts A Canadian Original

If you’re planning a celebration to mark Canada’s 150th birthday, you may want to consider serving a classic Canadian invention.

Riesling in the Spring

Of the three great international white wine grapes – Chardonnay, Sauvignon blanc and Riesling – it is Riesling that is least well known yet most deserving of wider appreciation.

Shiraz international superstar!

Of all the old-world grapes that have made their way around the new world of winemaking, none has taken off as dramatically as the one the French call Syrah.


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