Records show that the Ilocano wine was introduced in the northern Philippines in the 17th Century.
Basi del Diablo Wines’ CEO Sigrid Salucop wrote the foreword of “In High Spirits”, a book on tropical wines produced in the Philippines.
“There’s no bitch on earth like a mother frightened for her kids.” ~ Stephen King
Filipino food, no matter how much we Filipinos take it for granted, is a beautiful mixture of our history and cultural influences. But what makes our very own cuisine lovelier? A Filipino wine of course.
Confused on what kind of wine you should serve with pasta? It’s all about the sauce. Find out more.
My love affair with wine started when I was in my late teens. It was a bottle of red wine shared with a few friends and I felt more sophisticated than ever, at least at the time. It was a little rebellion that many experience at such an age but I am sharing this with…
A few weeks ago, I went out to dinner at a luxury hotel in Hong Kong. I was with the parents since I rarely allow them to go out on their own -to the annoyance of my father. When we got a table, I unceremoniously sat myself down. The parents did the same. Sumptuous-sounding dishes…