We are mourning with you. We are one with Davao.
The sorority asked Basi del Diablo Wines to make a special wine for them last year in preparation for their 2016 celebration.
Good food made by a good cook, good wine made by a passionate winemaker – these things make me happy.
For someone like me who has to taste wine on a regular basis, my kind of moderation could be another person’s bacchanal.
It’s not just because these women chose our wines, but because they never fail to share their love stories with us.
Records show that the Ilocano wine was introduced in the northern Philippines in the 17th Century.
Basi del Diablo Wines’ Sigrid Salucop will be writing a book on Philippine sugarcane wine within the year with the help of respected authors from the academe.
Basi del Diablo Wines’ CEO Sigrid Salucop wrote the foreword of “In High Spirits”, a book on tropical wines produced in the Philippines.
We swirl because we must. And you should too.
“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.
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