Hey, how are you today? I know that if you’re following me up until now it’s because you love drinking wine and having experiences with it, when you can. Am I right?
As a “wine connoisseur’’ and passionate about it, many people that I have met during the last 7 years have asked me again and again: Which wine is your favorite?
And I always answer, I don’t have one…
Chilean wines are famous all around the world, most notably for their fair price-quality standard. But we often associate Chilean wines with cheapness. Does Chile only make cheap and entry level wines?
I don’t think so…
There is a Jazz Festival here in Montreal. It makes me think about Dave Brubeck with his famous song “Take Five”.
For me, « finding the balance » in wine is the first step to understanding it and starting to be a « wine connoisseur”. Why?
Drinking wine might just be a nice experience for you. You may think that every wine tastes the same, or almost the same… Did I get you there?
This is a great question! When you love wine, go and visit these beautiful vineyards all around the world, you go back home with of course many bottles of the wines you loved and you’re wondering, should I drink it now?
Is this Syrah a fool like the kind Michael Bublé sings about? Making Syrah in the Elqui Valley, one of the sunniest region of Chile, where people cook food just with solar power can sound pretty foolish…