Screening Room Singapore - Actors Series - Marlon Brando, Apocalypse Now, The Godfather, A Streetcar Named Desire [caption id="attachment_8400" align="alignnone" width="647" caption="Screening Room Singapore - Actors Series - Marlon Brando, Apocalypse Now, The Godfather, A Streetcar Named Desire"][/caption] ... read more >
www.feltonroad.com Pinot noir enthusiasts the world over hardly need any convincing that Felton Road make extraordinarily good, arguably great pinot noir, however that does not mean I can’t have my say as well. ... read more >
Felton Raod Elms vineyard Highlighting Felton Road as my Biodynamic Vigneron of the Lunar Year (Rabbit) encompasses acknowledging the hard toil of Felton Road viticulturist, Gareth King, and winemaker, Blair Walter; their implementation and day-to-day painstaking work in managing an organic vineyard and a property that fully embraces biodynamic principals is commendable with Felton Road the benchmark for New Zealand vignerons. ... read more >
The is no better vineyard lunch table than sitting down with the crew at Felton Road and Nigel Greening knocking up one of his fantastic goat curries and fresh vegetables striaght out of the Felton Road vineyard garden - and of course a glass of pinot noir Nigel Greening’s infatuation with his vineyards African mountain goat herd goes well beyond keeping the properties weeds and briar under control (negating the use of herbicides) and he is rather partial to roasted goat and goat curry, to which I can attest he has perfected these dishes having enjoyed them in his company on many occasions. ... read more >
Looking down on the Villa Maria Seddon Vineyard and Awatere River Regular readers will have noticed a lack of new material on the Wandering Palate website over the last month, a direct consequence of ‘gone fishing’ in New Zealand; actually angling for pinot noir more than fish. ... read more >
New Zealand forest and Rata trees - photography by Daz Caulton In the deep south of New Zealand’s South Island, is a restaurant using unparalleled fresh produce and serving up what is arguably some of the best value, wholesome, seasonal cuisine on this planet. So how does a chef rated amongst the best in the world and has worked in the very best Michelin-starred restaurants in London and New York, a ... read more >
Charles Watson in Nepal  http://www.solarleap.org/image-gallery/ The Wandering Palate teamed up with Allen Meadows – Burghound – for a fundraiser in Hong Kong last week at Yin Yang private kitchen to support SolarLEAP, a brilliant project founded by a High School graduate, Charles Watson, in his gap year. ... read more >
May Wine Dinner - A Mediterranean Experience ... read more >
Wine list of the Year Thailand Trade Registration Flier April 2013 ... read more >
Nishiki Market – Kyoto, Japan The first thing I asked our Japanese guide was where locals go to forage for food in Kyoto. I always like to head straight to the markets and food enclaves when I arrive in a new city; it’s the pulse of how people live and how the food culture is surviving the perils of supermarkets and industrial food. ... read more >