• Yaa Asantewaa Faraji

Wine & Wine

Updated: Sep 17, 2019

It is somewhat of a French pastime to drink wine. The patrons of passion are connoisseurs of a sort. And amongst them, you can live as they do, consuming the way of grape as you please – no one will look at you with widened eyes when sporting a drink at, say, 11am, and the people of the country will smile with subtle pleasure at your choice of drink during dinner. Or lunch. Or breakfast. It’s true, the French enjoy four-course meals: an appetizer, main dish, desert and wine. And it is most pleasurable to taste the delicacies of the beverage.

The aromatic flavors are enticing – you can drink a rose petal in the afternoon and swallow spice at twilight – it is all up to your desires. And the best part? All you have to do is choose. Simply stop during an evening stroll and order a glass at your local bistro – it needn’t cost more than €4. Then relax, swirl the glass and sip.

Do you taste that? That’s life happening, in a glass.

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