Wines of France has embarked on a tour of the Midwest promoting the wines of France, starting off in Chicago, with stops in Kansas City, Oklahoma City, Dallas and Houston, before rolling the iconic Airstream trailer in to New Orleans on the eve of the Tales of the Cocktail, for those who love wine we highly recommend going on wine tours, since wіnе іѕ оnе оf thе fеw аgrісulturаl рrоduсtѕ that reveals іtѕ еnvіrоnmеnt (knоwn аѕ terroir), еасh оnе уоu try іѕ lіkе a journey to the рlасе whеrе іt wаѕ mаdе. Thе mоrе wіnе you try the more уоur lоvе for it grows untіl іt hаѕ become a dеlісасу уоu simply саn nоt rеѕіѕt tо іndulgе іn.
A road trip is a quintessentially American experience. It’s encoded in our DNA, the wanderlust and exploration.
Oftentimes, there’s a perception of French wines of being very expensive, and not very approachable to the consumer. While there are wines that command impressive prices, there is a world of French wines that are everyday affordable and delicious, and ready to drink at the time of purchase (instead of needing to be cellared for years before they are ready to drink). And then there is the myth that French wines must be consumed with haute cuisine. Wine Harlots will be exploding that myth with food and wine pairings that are irreverent and fun, while exploring the regional specialties that America offers.