With wines, the grapes really are a sponge that take up everything around it from the soil to the humidity. For the Grüner Veltliner and the Blaufrankisch, it most certainly is in the water.
A few months ago, I scored an opportunity to travel to Rwanda as part of the International Women’s Media Foundation(IWMF) African Great Lakes reporting Fellowship. Though most of my reporting was around agriculture and climate change, I did find sometime in-between to do some fun stuff like going on a coffee tour. This is not […]
Binging on Almodóvar films and day dreaming about Jarvier Bardemwhispering sweet nothings as he lustfully peers into my soul has been my closest encounter with Spain. So, fantasising about fiery and passionate olive skin men aside, I never knew what to expect from this adventure. It started with being whisked from Barcelona airport to […]
If you are a not so casual wine drinker like myself who enjoys a good tipple and tends to stick to a full-bodied cabernet sauvignon because you remember the epic hangover and vomit fest from your university days drinking three bottles of cheap white wine in one seating, it is easy to wonder what […]
A lot like many Nigerians I know, I had never been to Ghana though its only forty-five minutes away. It would also interest you to know that a ticket to Accra cost just a little bit more than a flight to Abuja. So you can see why i was a little disappointed that for someone […]