There is a lot of emphasis on flagship wines. They epitomise the best of the best, the personality of the winery and winemaker and the land that the grapes were grown in. This is why many regions in France have become so iconic, for example Chateau Margaux for Bordeaux or Domaine Romanée Conte for Burgundy, you instantly are welcomed into hallowed grounds. Read More
Spring is almost here but let’s embrace some earthy tones and classic winter essentials before the tulips are up and it’s already time to dig into the Gris & Sav.
Well, I’m still not sure what pineapples, agaves and vines have in common – ze Germanz are a funny bunch. It’s part of a series called “foreign culture plants on colourful wall maps” – yeah, still doesn’t make sense but I still love the look of it.
A perfect coffee table book filled with beautiful photographs and delicious recipes. A trip to one of Waiheke’s most picturesque vineyards in the comfort of your arm chair.
Well, it says, classic style. Timeless one my add – smiley.
Argentinean steak is world renowned, now it’s time for hides. This one is a bit more trendy but certainly ticks the classic look box.
Classic Burgundian style Chardonnay from one of New Zealand’s iconic family estates. A must-try for every Chardy lover!