Burgundy heads southGot a nice package of samples from France earlier this week. Domaine Fougeray de Beauclair sent four of their burgundies from the northern Côte de Nuits (I will […]
A 500€ tasting For several years, the Piedmontese star Angelo Gaja has held a trade tasting of his wines in Poland. On our ‘emerging’ market, it is still rare for […]
1999 Menghai #7532 21cm of snow this morning but business as usual (in Poland). © S. Today brought some hilarious news. the mighty British Empire has been brought to its […]
Always too early Mas Jullien belongs to the handful Languedoc wine estates that have been making a name for themselves for two decades now. Young Olivier Jullien is renowned for […]
Fancy melon in your tea? Another French tea blog entry on another famous Chinese green tea gave me an impulse to review it here, too. Guapian (colonial translation Melon Slice) […]
A large leaf feast A recent post on another (excellent, BTW) blog triggered the following comparative session of two Houkui teas. Houkui is one of the most renowned green teas […]
What is yellow tea? Not so obvious, apparently.