If Jean Paul Sartre can create a philosophy from drinking and observing an apricot cocktail in. Parisien bar then surely I can apply it to a glass of cold Malaga wine sitting in the Spanish sunshine!
Wine with Philosophy
Dry December: What to drink with What? Foodies looking for inspiration about wine matching to their latest culinary creation are reading the wrong blog, but bear with me because you might find something interesting. Sir Roger Scruton is my favourite… Read More ›
“Monk, doctor, writer, botanist, and translator, Rabelais was one of the most enlightened minds of the Renaissance. Behind the comic, laughter-inducing exterior of his work lie some very important issues; war, education, religion, marriage, and the question of the Other…. Read More ›
Dinner on our first night in Chablis was spent at our favourite restaurant, Bistrot des Grands Crus, just a few metres away from our hotel. We had last been here a couple of months ago as we sought out the… Read More ›
An introduction to my guest post on Vinthropology …. do visit Danell’s site for the full monty ….. “I have had, what I can only call, the pleasure and fortune of conversing with Dr. B on the question of wine,… Read More ›
“Sticks and stones will break my bones …. but your words they really offend me!” “Namaste mero saati” said Buddha on entering the wine bar and settling down on a settee, legs tucked under him. “Namaste Sid, sanchay cha, baat… Read More ›