We all have our mountains to climb—in life—some tougher than others. New Zealanders seem to be good at tackling the most difficult ones, like winegrower Duncan Forsyth at Mount Edward in Central Otago, assailing the treacherous slopes and objective dangers of being a vigneron, and having reached the elusive peaks of perfection with the perilous pinot noir grape. Read More >
I’m standing in Paul and Ruth Pretty’s kitchen sipping on a glass of Mount Edward Riesling 2013, whilst Ruth is cooking— in case you haven’t heard, Ruth just cooked for William and Kate on their recent Royal Tour of New Zealand—so we are feeling rightly regal in her presence. Read More >
Here we are at Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck, yes for the second time this week, but it was imperative that I take Duncan Forsyth from Mount Edwards vineyard here, pictured with our Wudang Swordsman Chef.
And you too can experience this ambrosial Mallard experience in the exclusive company of the Wandering Palate and 12 top New Zealand winemakers, namely the Family of Twelve familyofXII@xtra.co.nz at an outrageously lavish Chinese Banquet at Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck on Friday Nov 2nd, full details at http://www.thewanderingpalate.com/?p=7309
And further mandatory reading:
New Zealand Red Wine of the Year – Mount Edward Pinot Noir – Central Otago http://www.thewanderingpalate.com/?p=5978
Reflecting on Best Meals and Restaurant in the Year of the Rabbit – Part 2 – Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck – Surely the best Peking duck to be had in all Singapore – perhaps the world!