More than 25 years ago we met Georges Duboeuf, the French winemaker who put Beaujolais on the international wine map. He was parading his region’s unique nouveau – released shortly after harvest and well before any other French wine – as a harbinger of what wine was to come from that year’s crop [ . . . ]
Source: Wine, Etc.: These six Beaujolais crus will help you move beyond nouveau – Capital Gazette
Unsung natural dessert wines from France’s Roussillon region are perfect for this mulled-wine-drinking, pumpkin-spice-loving time of year.
Source: This French Wine You’ve Never Heard of Is Perfect for the Holidays | VinePair
This new study puts the country at No. 1.
We’ve long admired the French for their food philosophy, breezy approach to beauty, and genius self-care routines. And according to a new report, we should envy their commitment to sustainability, too.
France ranked No. 1 overall on this year’s Food Sustainability Index(FSI), developed by the Economist Intelligence Unit with the Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition Foundation. The FSI analyzed 34 of the world’s most developed nations to see how they stacked up on food waste, sustainable agriculture, and nutrition.
With an overall ranking of 74.79, France took home the gold, due in large part to its commitment to fighting food waste. Last year, [ . . . ] More: French Ranks No. 1 For Sustainable Eats – mindbodygreen