by Paige Donner Le Page, Le Prince, Le Roi, La Dame et La Favorite – names that evoke pages from French history, a past steeped in aristocracy – Princes, Kings, and favored ladies from the nobility. The Loire Valley was … Continue reading
by Paige Donner Saint Mont is one of France’s newer appellations, created in 1957, but one that harbors some of the world’s oldest known vines of near-extinct grape varietals. photos by Paige Donner copyright 2017 In 2013 Saint Mont’s … Continue reading
by Paige Donner Sure, many of them are organic, some are even natural wine. And yes, they consistently offer rich tastes and aromas, balanced with nice acidity where they’re supposed to be. And, OK, the packaging is attractive, easy to … Continue reading
Paige Donner, host-producer of Paris GOOD food + wine brings you the November ’16 episode of the program, the first-ever English language radio show and podcast about French food and wine broadcast from Paris. To contact Paige for hosting and … Continue reading
2016 brought spectacular sunny spring weather throughout the Grands Jours de Bourgogne. Save for the last day, Friday (my 4th straight day of tasting many of the world’s best wines – more strenuous than perhaps it appears). Lots of people … Continue reading
Saving the best for last… the 5th day of #bourgogneGJB included tastings of Meursault and Volnay. It was my fourth day of tasting some of the best wines of the world and it felt, truly, like an embarrassment of riches. … Continue reading
Tuesday’s tastings #bourgogneGJB @ the Château du Clos de Vougeot. All photos copyright Paige Donner 2016 Classified historic monument set in the middle of this most prestigious Burgundian enclosed vineyards. The artwork, the wine museum, ancient pressoir and the grounds … Continue reading
Get The #ParisFoodAndWine App !! Now live in the iTunes Store Click on the App Store Images Paris Food And Wine brings you what’s best in food, drinks, restaurants, excursions, nightlife, hotels and vacation accommodations in the City of Lights. … Continue reading
Episode 10 Paris GOODfood+wine – The Halloween Special
Airing on World Radio Paris
October 2015 and here we are on our second episode in our second season of Paris GOODfood+wine.
This being the month of Halloween, a beloved North American holiday, we have a couple of our youngster expats ringing in on what they remember and love the most about celebrating Halloween back home.
Autumn also means cosy evenings by the fireplace. And what’s a better companion to that than a glass of fine Port Wine. Mr. Manuel Cabral joins us for this segment to give us hints and suggestions of what pairs nicely with that glass of Tawny or Ruby port wine. He’s the Executive Director of the Instituto dos Vinhos do Douro et do Porto of Portugal.
Port Wine Pairs Well With Chocolate and Cosy Evenings By the Fireplace
Gilles Pudlowski, restaurant critic and food writerAnd for this season, we’re spicing up our restaurant reviews by adding yet another voice, namely Gilles Pudlowski who is a renown French restaurant critic specialized in Paris restaurants. For this episode, he’ll be introducing us to Chef Jean- François Piège’s new restaurant just opened in September here in Paris called Le Grand Restaurant.
Halloween Special 8′ 55
Manuel Cabral Porto Douro 6′ 54
Gilles Pudlowski 8′ 45
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All photos by Paige Donner copyright 2015 I’ll close with a quote from Oscar Wilde, that great lover of our wines, who remarked quite rightly: “The French are so proud of their wine that they have even named some cities … Continue reading
by Paige Donner What Tops Wine Tasting in Pauillac & Pomerol…? Wine tasting with Dad in Pauillac and Pomerol! FULL SLIDESHOW of BOTH CHATEAUX HERE (All photos by Paige Donner © 2015) These two châteaus, Château Pichon Longueville Comtesse de … Continue reading
(re-posted from Press Release) According to the Vinexpo/IWSR study the United States are the world’s number one wine market and the study forecasts a growth of 11% between 2014 and 2018. During that period the American wine consumption is expected … Continue reading
by Paige Donner If you read French and keep on top of French culinary news, you may already have bookmarked several of these articles that buzzed around the social media waves these past weeks, namely how France is mounting a … Continue reading