Everybody knows Niagara Falls, but did you know that they make wine in this region?
Did you also know that the Niagara Falls are falling on a limestone cliff, which means that there are calcareous soils in this Canadian province of Ontario?
This week, we’re traveling to Burgundy*, France. This region is located between Paris and Lyon in the center east of France, not far from Switzerland.
Today we’re traveling to Chile!
Chile is a country that we will hear about more often in the very near future concerning wine, trust me!
You love wine. If you do, you may love food too. Wine & Food work together don’t you agree with me?
But what if you could find the perfect match or ‘pairing’?
I’m French, so from Europe, and there I often hear people saying “New World wines? Not for me, they are too strong, no complexity, they don’t know how to make wine there, you know…”
I mean, do you understand the label on your bottle of wine? If you don’t, this week’s article is for you!
I totally understand, going to a supermarket, wine shop or even a restaurant can sometimes be daunting when you have to choose a bottle of wine.
Terroir is a word that we hear often in the wine world, but what does it really mean?
As a wine beginner, you may have already asked yourself this question: What can I find in my glass of wine?