Tag: Cabernet Franc
It’s been a while since I had a straight Cabernet Franc. I’d grown rather fond of their aromatics, rich fruit and lighter tannins. I’d also pick up this
I needed a Rosè: cheery and a great quaffer (some would argue that should be their only purpose, and even if that would be the case, execution is
Almenkerk in Elgin is worth a stopover. I have known its flagship wines for their reliability, whereas their Lace range is making head way when it comes to value.
I came across some tasting notes I had written at the end of last year about Silvermist Wines. For those avid subscribers, recall my father and son bonding
The text reads, “Have you eaten? Come for Pilau….” In less than 30 minutes I’m showered, changed, with my offerings in hand knocking down BK’s door; yet again
… A large spread lay before us: Mother Dearest having, unaided, orchestrated yet another culinary sensation from scratch. The feast included freshly made chapatis with chicken that was