The ritual of priming a wine glass, that is swirling a small amount of wine in a glass and discarding it before you fill it can help you to taste better.
Learn to make amazing, espresso-style coffee in a moka pot without making a bitter coffee. We’ll show you a latte hack too.
It’s the eternal question for Chinese food lovers: what do you drink with Chinese food, especially when the dishes are spicy?
Middle eastern restaurants serve mint tea with a meal as a matter of course because it is an aid to digestion. Serve it in dainty little glasses – you’ll pick some up quite cheaply in IKEA. If you don’t own a teapot, make it in a saucepan instead.
Wine labels are the only way you can tell what’s in the bottle, unless you have a recommendation from a wine critic or a friend. You’ll find the hard obligatory information such as the alcohol content and the volume as well as the softer non-regulated content explaining how the wine should taste, what foods to drink it with and what temperature it’s best to serve it at.
Anne Kennedy visits the Saint-Vincent de Tournante Festival in Burgundy which attracts over 40,000 visitors each year to celebrate Burgundy wine and the Saint who watches over the winemakers.