Dine and Wine Archive

The World’s Most Expensive Kebab Is Unveiled

I have always believed in eating healthy and Middle Eastern and South Asian does not actually fall under that category. In fact, the most popular dish from this part of the world, the kebab is one of the unhealthiest things to put in your stomach. It not only contains unnecessary animal fat, but it also

Moët & Chandon Enter the Chinese Wine Market

People need Champagne for victory, failure or fight, as well as they are happy or sad, when they are alone or in the company, for a tired evening or for a breakfast. You drink not only during celebrating times, it would go well with meals, dinners and also when you are down in the dumps.

Royal Family to Plant Champagne Variety Vines in Windsor Great Park

The Royal family often serves wine from Sussex in banquets held at the Buckingham Palace. After the wedding William and Kate were also served wine from Chapel Down in Kent. The interest of the Royal family in wines is going up to another level. The Telegraph reported recently that the Royal family is planning to

$40,000 Rare Cognac Rests In Long Island’s Café Nuovo

In February, last year, we had encountered the fine Cognac Cuvee 1888. In early March, I had written about the historic Louis XIII cognac carafe from Remy Martin to be on display at the Master of Spirits event at Singapore’s Changi Airport. This month, it is the turn of the Remy Martin Louis XIII Black