If you have been to a McDonald’s restaurant in both countries, you most likely noticed huge differences.
- Restaurants are decorated nicer, look newer, and are better equipped in France.
- Menus are (much !) more elaborate, with a wider range of ingredients.
You just came back from your trip to France with a few bottles of wine in your suitcase. Once at home, you ask yourself “Where can I put those grand crus?” No worries, the question is normal, mostly for the neophytes of oenology.
First, it is good to know what kind of wine you bought.… Read More
Champagne is one of the great prides of the French. Thanks to its secret process and its light bubbles this wine has gained worldwide fame. This sparkling wines name, which is actually the name of its area of production in the North-East of France, is registered and protected.… Read More
Culturally, wine is known as the official French drink…is this cliché or reality?
It is true, French wine is famous for its quality. French people know it and enjoy it: They still are the world’s biggest wine consumers. Despite this, the new generation (18-34yo) has left the “Red” and “White” behind for the “Mousse”, beer!… Read More