The inner freshness of this champagne is combined with a mature and concentrated nose displaying a balance of firmness and delicacy. It will perfectly match sweet and firm fleshy food, such as some shellfish prepared in the most natural manner, for example a starter of crayfish, lobster, crab and rock lobster salad drawn out with a dash of olive oil and hazelnut vinegar."
Chinese medicine is famous for its health and longevity tonic herbs such as ginseng, astragalus, goji berries and reishi mushroom. They are adaptogens to help us deal with stress and slow signs of aging. They make caring gifts as well as wise daily foods.
Traditional Chinese Medicine TCM associates the lung/large intestine energy system with the season of Autumn. Our lungs and immune system experience a particular vulnerability at that time also with cold, dry weather or non-nourishing foods.