As husband-in-chief of the very talented chef that maintains this food blog, my usual contributions to Chutzpah in the Kitchen consist of snapping iPhone photos, cutting vegetables, and occasionally
over-stirring the pot.
With Cayla’s gracious support, that’s about to change!
Think of this page as a digital cellar. As a non-shicker who likes the occasional glass of wine or single malt scotch, this is a running list of scotches and wines that I enjoy.
One of my favourite single malt scotches is unquestionably the Glenrothes.
At $100+ for a 750ML bottle, the Glenlivet 18 year is a special occasion scotch.
The Jura 10 year is an excellent choice as a mild everyday scotch.
If you like the Jura 10 year, but want some peat, try this Jura Superstition.
The Original Glenmorangie is a good scotch to have around the house.
The Highland Park 12 year is a worthy addition to your home collection.
Having toured the Dalton Winery in the north of Israel, I’m a big fan of Dalton wines.
Galil wines from Israel are very nice.
Recently, a friend introduced me to Cupcake wines. In red and white, they’re worth the taste.
Voga is a simple yet excellent Pinot Grigio.
As far as I’m concerned, Fuzion makes some of the better inexpensive wines out there.
A rosé from the Niagara region of Ontario, the Trius is an excellent light summery wine.