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A personal invitation from the Comte Audoin de Dampierre brought me to Chenay late February when I was in Paris. He had read my...

Ze Kitchen Galerie in Paris 6th Ten years ago when William Ledeuil launched Ze Kitchen Galerie, his fresh, bright Asian-inspired dishes exploded onto the Paris...

Côtes du Rhône Nord valley. Photo by jmarnaud. Côtes du Rhône is the most diverse wine region in France. It produces full-bodied reds of...

Variations on a Theme: Three Different Brut Champagnes Pop that cork! It’s the holidays, and what better way to get in the ultimate mood than...

Pouilly-Fuissé (poo-yee fwee-SAY) is an Appellation d’origine contrôlée (AOC) for a subregion of Burgundy located in Mâconnais, known for its white wine. The villages...

Let's face it. Wine is complicated. And French wine is a swirling maelstrom of history, government control, regional divides, family in-fighting, and basic chemistry....

  Gewurztraminer, or as my wine friends say “Gewurz,” is one of the more aromatic wines that gives wine drinkers the pleasure of experiencing the...

A man of convictions. A man of generosity, heart, and devoted friendships. A man of his world. I’ve known Jean David (or Janno) for...

In the same way that the same cow would not produce the same milk in Normandy that it would in the Alps, and the...

Well, that time has come again. The sun is still high in the sky, but setting earlier. There are squash, apples and pears in...

A few years ago as I was opening my steakhouse in Charleston, SC (a supremely groovy city), I took my chef and his...

For many years now I have been bringing guests to visit the wineries of Provence and Languedoc. These visits brought me and my guests...