There’s a kind of hush over the vineyards of Alsace in the still chill depths of these spring months. Lone viticulteurs move quietly between the rows of dormant vines, snipping away last summer’s spindly growth, restoring order and symmetry with an eye to next year’s crop. All is quiet – well, not quite all. Advertisements
If you do Instagram (and if not, why not?) here’s a daily photo challenge for the month of March…have fun!
Mezcal for el Día de los Muertos
A January visit to the annual wine market in Ampuis to taste the best of the Rhone
The great thing about making your own yogurt is you know exactly what went into it – just milk, milk powder and a splash of bought yogurt. Here’s how …
Rejoice: wild garlic is back in town (plus recipe for wild garlic soup with courgettes & asparagus)
My personal Top Ten restaurants for Alsace food and wine travellers