Bing cherry notes and general joyousness make this red from the southernmost part of Burgundy like a friend you want to be around. You’ll get dark fruit (there’s that bing cherry) and dark and red berries. It’s intense, lively, and sprightly.
Why You Eat What You Eat, written by Brown University and Boston College neuroscientist Rachel Herz, reveals the fascinating and surprising facts that influence our food consumption.
Whether it’s a personal health goal for you or you just want to make more vegetable-centric dishes at home that your family will actually want to eat, you’ll find plenty of inspiration in spiralizer-queen Ali Maffucci’s latest book in the series, Inspiralized & Beyond.