Category: Beaujolais

VanWineFest 2020 brochure

That’s a Wrap: All My VanWineFest 2020 Articles for You

 mywinepal  March 23, 2020

I was very busy at the Vancouver International Wine Festival 2020.  There were lots of terrific wines from France and around the world, plus the dinners, seminars, and Masterclasses were top notch.  I worked very hard making tasting notes, interviewing winery principals, and trying to learn more about wine so that I can educate you as well.  Below is a…

Joseph Drouhin family

Enjoy a Glass of Burgundy with Maison Joseph Drouhin at VanWineFest 2020

 mywinepal  November 21, 2019

Let’s welcome Maison Joseph Drouhin from Burgundy to the Vancouver International Wine Festival.  Read about this winery’s long history and the wines that they will be pouring for us, in their own words. About Maison Joseph Drouhin With close to 90 different appellations, Maison Joseph Drouhin offers a fascinating array of Burgundy terroirs in all their authenticity and subtle variations….

Beaujonomic lunch

Have a Beaujonomic Beaujolais Day!

 mywinepal  September 30, 2018

Recently I attended a seated food and wine pairing event hosted by Mr. Anthony Collet, Marketing Manager for Beaujolais Wines.  The goal of this event was to celebrate the bounty of local ingredients paired with Beaujolais wines.  We enjoyed these wines and learned about the versatility of the wines for food pairings at Tuc Craft Kitchen in Gastown. Beaujolais and…

A flight of Bouchard Père & Fils white wines

27 Shades of French Wine Perfection

 mywinepal  September 28, 2014

At a certain quality level of wine, which typically comes from wineries that have decided to spend the extra effort on selecting grapes from the best vineyard plots, hand picking and sorting the grapes, and letting the grapes express themselves in the wine without an over agressive human hand, you get shades of perfection (note that I am not talking…