These Are the Most Addictive Foods, According to Science

We’d be willing to venture a guess that a significant portion of the people currently reading this post ate, whether while watching football on Sunday or staggering home on Saturday, at least a single slice of pizza over the weekend. [Read more…]

Roederer to make ‘Coteaux Champenois’ red wine from 2015 harvest

Louis Roederer’s chef de cave, Jean-Baptiste Lécaillon, has told that he plans to make a still Pinot Noir from the 2015 harvest from a specially planted vineyard in Champagne. [Read more…]

New Champagne film offers 360 degree views of vineyards, cellars

A new Champagne film that allows mobile and tablet users to rotate their view by 360 degrees has been launched to promote the region’s vineyards and cellars following its UNESCO World Heritage status. [Read more…]

8 Skills That Make You A Chef (or Just About Any Other Biz Leader)

I’ve always had difficulty explaining to friends and family the way in which a smooth, well run kitchen actually operates — there’s a lot of moving parts, and it’s a thing of beauty to watch your team power through a weekend night in such organized chaos. From a distance [Read more…]

Bordeaux vineyard vandals destroy ‘historical treasure’

Vandals have destroyed a plot of rare Bordeaux vines intended for a €3,000 wine by cutting 500 vine plants down to the root. [Read more…]

Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

November 5-9 2015

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the “Yachting Capital of the World” will host the 56th Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show on Nov 5-Nov 9, 2015. [Read more…]

Technology used to fight back against fakes

5th October, 2015 by Ron Emler

Counterfeit wines and spirits are big business from Glasgow to Guangdong, and the fakers are not just targeting premium brands such as top of [Read more…]

Nobiskrug shines with new 110m superyacht concept Radiance

German yacht builder Nobiskrug has announced its partnership with UK design house Claydon Reeves on 110 metre superyacht Project Radiance. [Read more…]

UNESCO recognizes Burgundy’s “climats” and Champagne’s hills

UNESCO added wine regions to their list of World Heritage sites at Saturday’s meeting in Bonn. The 1,247 “climats” of Burgundy as well as the Champagne hillsides received official recognition as cultural sites. [Read more…]

Movie Directors as Chefs

What if movie directors were chefs? It’s a big what if and one that you probably haven’t considered before, until now. [Read more…]