Hailing from Italy’s province of Ancona in Marche region, made from rare lacrima grape, this unique red wine is fresh, perfumed and fabulous! Soft, dolcetto-like with aromas of violets, cranberries, and pomegranate with tangy layers of damson plum and spice. All rolled into a lovely stumpy bottle. NOSE: Floral bouquet recalls lavender, roses, and violets, over heavier notes of stewed strawberries. MOUTH: vanilla-tinged blueberry with … Continue reading Lacrima Di Morro
There is no Wimbledon without a bottle of champagne and there is no champagne with the Summer at Wimbledon. While the tennis players finished the first week of the oldest Grand Slam, and this year is the 90th edition of this exquisite tournament, we would like to talk a bit about bubbles. Continue reading Bubbles – Champagne & Co.
I have to confess, over the last decade, wherever we traveled to, we’ve developed a habit of bringing back the food which natives eat and feed their loved ones. Spices from India, salt from Nepal, halvah from Turkey, tomatoes, aubergines, saffron, olive oil and oils from Morocco, artichokes from Spain, wine from France and Spain, coffee from Colombia, jasmine, chickpeas, cucumbers, tomatoes, oranges, pepper and spices from Jordan and dried yogurt from beloved Syria and Israel and the list goes on… Continue reading Travel and Cooking – The Memory Catchers