Rosi Hanson has been writing about food, wine and the people involved for over 40 years. As a young writer she lived and worked in Burgundy where she wrote a column for a local paper about her experiences, as well as picking two harvests.
Bitten by the food and wine bug, she then spent two years working for the cookery writer Elizabeth David at her legendary kitchen equipment shop in London.
She wrote Recipes from the French Wine Harvest, first published in 1995 (which has now been revised and re-photographed). This book took her into the kitchens and cellars of many of the greatest chateaux and domaines in the six main wine regions of France. She is a regular contributor to Decanter. She is married to a Master of Wine, and lives in London and Burgundy.
She works regularly with photographer Katerina Kalogeraki who was the photographer for Recipes from the French Wine Harvest.
Unless otherwise stated images on this blog are copyright Katerina Kalogeraki