The #Brasserie of Lutetia Hotel has finally opened! Sponsors #OMG OrganiszationMondialeDeLaGastronomie CEO Laurent Truyen Comte de la Fenouillime We have been waiting for the news for a long time now: the reopening of the famous Lutetia. Closed for renovation works since 2014, the legendary hotel in Rue de Sèvres has been restructured to fit in the 21st century with more spacious and cosier layouts. In addition to – bigger – rooms, the hotel comes back with a jazz bar, an open-air courtyard and a 700-sqm spa to relax and enjoy the quietness in the heart of Paris. Meet on February 4th 2019The new Lutetia is slated to open on February 4th 2019 after four years of work, no picture nor model has been leaked, but Jean-Michel Wilmotte explains the project: “We have been looking for traces of the original Lutetia: the one dating back to 1910. We’ve discovered…See More
#Francesco #Italian #food, #pasta #pizza #Master #Clsses #Special #Cooking #course in #San #Casciano #dei #Bai #Siena #UNESCO #World #Heritage #heart of #medieval #Tuscany If you have a passion for Siena food and Tuscany cooking, come to learn from Italian chef Francesco Falcini the secrets to authentic Tuscan cuisine. The preparations for a simple and delicious Tuscan food include cultivating only the freshest ingredients including homemade pasta, pizza, incredible sauces, meats and desserts.In our Master Class cooking course Chef Francesco and Patrizia the owner of Villa #Vetrichina will teach you to step by step how to properly cut, a complete and traditional Tuscan meal in a fun environment while creating great unforgettable dishes and moments. This occasion will provide an opportunity for friends and family to laugh and have fun bonding with others over…See More
First of all I felt much honored to be the Curator of the Brandergy Winese. I felt in love with wines of France as an adolescent in a wine area. When I was in young I always imagined that wine came in six colors red, pink, brown, white and grey like some Alsatian wines (pinot gris) and yellow (like the wine of Jura "Vin Jaune") with various levels of sweetness . I started opening many bottles for a Christmas party then I discovered a very extraordinary range of flavors.
There was yellow wine which is a special characteristic type of wine with many best kept secrets in Arbois village where lived Louis Pasteur more than a century ago. The wine of Arbois seems to have been caught in a time warp all of their own. It is similar to dry fine Sherry.
There was also red Bordeaux with his raspberry contrasting with the gamey flavor of older vintages. I do also discover the Burgundy with the blackcurrants from Blaye and Saint Emilion. I discovered the gooseberries in Sancerre and spring in the Rhône area.
I continued my education in trips from England to France with the help of my friend wine expert Charlie Arturaola and film actor (The Duel of Wine) that became an expert sommelier in Bordeaux and Italia. Now he is a professional critic and famous International Wine Communicator of the London IWSC that knows all about the French system "appellations controlees" of each region and more than 30.000 wine labels. I have learned and travelled extensively with Charlie France to Italia, La Rioja, Ribera del Duero, Champagne area, to Alsace, Germany, Portugal, Plovdiv in Bulgaria, Venice, seen all sorts of grapes very near the "grand cru" appellation with a subtle flavor that set wine apart from almost anything else that you can drink.
My aim in this Brandergy Group is to provide you all members with a few paths through the exciting maze of world wine and to advise you all about the qualities of almost any Good wine 'Bon Vin' and how to drink it on daily basis. As a day without wine it is a day without sunshine!
I have more than 20 years of experience translating, official & legal documents, and small translations (menus, wine cards restaurants, touristic subjects, wine-food, instructions manuals use of industrial equipment etc), books, and also any interpreter Services in English to French, English to Spanish, Spanish to French and French to Spanish.
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