Wine with Food @Susan_PWZ
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Provençal Pairings: Wine with Moroccan Harira

Contributor blog post by David Scott Allen @Provence WineZine: I was perusing the rosé section at Total Wine last weekend in search of a bottle to have with my Moroccan harira, a soup I enjoyed when traveling in Morocco in 1991. The thing I love about winter – even here …

Trond Moi wine tasting @MirabeauWine
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Cooking and Wine Tasting with Norwegian Chef Trond Moi

Contributor blog post by Victoria Koning @MirabeauWine: A couple of days a year, Trond Moi flies to the South of France to hold a ‘cours de cuisine‘ for a bunch of enthusiastic Norwegian guests staying at at Lou Marronie, one of the most beautiful manors in Cotignac. Trond Moi is …

Spring meal wine and food pairings @JillBarth
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Spring Meal Pairings for Southern Rhône Wines

Contributor blog post by Jill Barth: On the second Saturday of each month, a group of bloggers who are passionate about the way good wine enhances a meal come together to blog about a wine pairing they have done. Each month has a different Wine Pairing Weekend theme to focus …

Mussels Cream Soup with Saffron and Leek @Cooknwithclass
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Cook’n with Class Mussels Saffron and Leek Soup

The program covers some classic Provencal dishes, but also offers a chance to discover unique wine pairings and the opportunity to meet local producers in the markets. This easy recipe for Mussels Cream Soup with Saffron and Leek comes from the kitchen at Cook’n with Class. Enjoy!

Pruning Grapevines @MirabeauWine
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The Importance of Pruning Grapevines

Contributor blog post by Victoria Koning @Mirabeau Wine: My first visit to Bordeaux shattered romantic notions of rambling grapevines. Seeing those tightly clipped vineyards, I wondered where all those passionate winemakers had gone, and when the bean-counters had moved in. At the time, we were enroute to Northern Portugal, where …

Apricots #CookingClasses #Provence @venisenprovence
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Tastes of Italy Cooking Classes with Venise en Provence

Admittedly, I have the chance to see many beautiful photos of Provence. Hard work, but someone has to do it… However, looking at Giuseppina Mabilia’s gorgeous food photos I had to stop myself from drooling. Clearly, this talented lady who hails from the Veneto region of Italy has a talent …

Provence-Rose-hot-right-now @MirabeauWine
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Provence Rosé is just so hot right now

Contributor blog post by Mirabeau Wine: The pink wave from Provence just keeps on swelling, which is funny given that for many years in London, Stephen and I had to indulge our Rosé passion in the comfort of our own home.  We never really got served any at dinner parties …

Chez le Gard #Restaurants near #AixenProvence @Aixcentric
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Lunch in the Countryside Near Aix

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: Here’s a recommendation for lunch which will take you right off the beaten track and far away from tourist groups. Don’t read on if you are looking for fine dining and sophistication. Chez-le-Garde won’t offer you that. But for me, it was a truly Provencal …

Fondant Cake #Recipe @MirabeauWine
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Really Easy Chocolate Fondant Cake

This easy recipe for Chocolate Fondant Cake made with only 5 ingredients, in record time, is from our friends at Mirabeau wine. Hope you love it and if this isn’t a good excuse to bake a cake, I don’t know what is.

La Source Gabriel #WinePairing #WinesofProvence @Susan_PWZ
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Provençal Pairings: Wine with Food It’s a Family Affair

Contributor blog post by David Scott Allen @ Provence WineZine: It isn’t often – at least, I don’t think it is – that I get to taste a premier vintage from a vineyard. But that is exactly what I did this week. It’s a new wine from a debut vineyard, yet created …