Until March 30th, the Boston Harbor Hotel will host the Boston Wine Festival, an almost three-month event dedicated to the best wine: producers and sommeliers from around the world, who will be serving and tasting wines alongside the dishes by the event’s official chef Daniel Bruce. During these two decades of developing the Festival, Daniel has created more than three thousand original dishes, each one designed to perfectly complement the special wine with which it was served.
But that’s not all. Did you know that in the heart of one of Paris’s most suggestive and famous neighbourhoods, there’s a tiny vineyard that produces various kinds of grapes? The Clos Montmartre is the last active vineyard inside the Paris city limits: it covers 1,556 sq m and contains 1,900 vines of 28 different grape varieties including Gamay and Pinot Noir.