The Solar Eclipse was the talk-of-the-town yesterday. Many of you shared your experiences with documenting pictures and/or videos via the social media. Some created a pinhole projector and other chased the solar eclipse glasses … Some of you were also published in an article from the VRT.
During my long years in Atlanta, I made friends with Cathy & Chris Huyghe [Chris is from De Panne] and together we organized blind wine tastings or Belgian waffles tastings … Cathy is in fact a dynamic media professional with a special interest in wine and the spirit of hospitality. She is the author of the award wining book Hungry for Wine: Seeing the World through the Lens of a Wine Glass and currently writes for Forbes.com.
And here is what this posting is all about! Cathy, deeply interested in the evolution of wine from the Low Countries of Belgium and the Netherlands, recently wrote an article – on Forbes – exploring Discover Dutch Wine: Interviews, Wines, Vineyards, Restaurants, a book by Mariëlla Beukers and Irene de Vette, now translated in English. Okay, The Netherlands is not Belgium … but close enough. And since her article clearly spells out ‘Oud-Heverlee‘ – which is undoubtedly in Belgium – it’s a good read!