Everything has been said about wine, but not by me. The world of wine is amazing and so vast and is made of fascinating people.
Read Between the Wines is a podcast about wine, but more about the people who made this world so unique. Winemakers, sommeliers, wine critics and more.
I want to share with you my passion about wine, about the people and their beloved terroir.
I don’t know why, but it’s always important for me to establish that I am not a wine expert. I have too much respect for the sommeliers and winemakers of this world to use a “fake label”. Passionate about wine? You bet. I’ve been drinking and reading and talking about wine for over 30 years. Wine is obviously a very important piece of my life.
I love wine and I love food, but it’s the story behind it that captivated me for so long – the winemakers, the sommeliers, the collectors, the wine lovers always have great stories to share… and this is the reason behind this Podcast project.
Born & raised in Quebec City, Canada, I was raised in a home where food and wine was important and a lifestyle. French influence was predominant.
I spent my career in business – talking to people about business, about results, about numbers – wine brings the best out of people – maybe for obvious reasons, but people are always passionate about their favourite wines.
My goal is to share great stories – learn and share this knowledge with you. Wine should be fun & accessible to everyone. I hope you will enjoy my journey and my Podcast.
Niagara expressed our unique terroir so eloquently with their Chardonnay, Riesling and Cabernet Franc. I also love Burgundy, Rhône and I believe Languedoc offer tremendous value. Maybe because I'm Canadian, I choose cool climate wine varietals over anything else so frequently.
Cassoulet, Bouillabaisse, Seabass, Ribeye, rack of Lamb, wood oven Pizza… and I can go on and on…
As for cheeses, goat cheeses from Loire Valley such as Pouligny St-Pierre, Sainte-Maure de Touraine and Valençay are on top of my list. Also, Comté, Crémeux de Jura, Bleu des Basques, Mimolette, aged Vieux Bruges and so much more...