September's Highlights
epicure rounds up the must-attend programmes for the thinking drinker.
Speciality U.S. whiskey, Caribbean rum and Japanese sake are conquering global palates, and adventurous consumers here are enjoying wider choices of artisanal bottles.
The godfather of French fine dining, Michel Roux, continues to exert his influence by passing his culinary heritage and knowledge to Vietnam.
Two categories have been on the rise in recent years: wine is now made in more areas than at any other time in history, and there are more global billionaires than ever—a record 1,645 billionaires in 2014, according to Forbes. Billionaires delight in their wine, and will readily invest in the industry for a host of reasons.

FOOD

FROM AROUND THE WORLD, WE'LL BRING YOU THE LATEST NEWS AND FEATURES

NOT YOUR TYPICAL MASTERCLASS

The Kitchen Society debuts classes for serious home chefs to learn from the only the best in their field.

BEST BANGERS AND MASH IN SINGAPORE

The epicure team unearths the best places to enjoy this ultimate classic meat and mash comfort meal next to having it under the blanket.

MEETING OF MINDS

Foodies, art buffs and music heads can gather in cohesive camaraderie at weekend festival CREATORY.

BEST HAR CHEONG GAI IN SINGAPORE

Bursting with divine juices and encased in crisp skins, these 10 finger-licking chicken dishes are the undisputed darlings of the tze char table.

A COOK'S TOUR

For any homecook, a KitchenAid stand mixer is almost a rite of passage and there’s no better place to find out than at Greenville, Ohio, home to the KitchenAid manufacturing plant.

WINE & DRINKS

WINES, SPIRITS AND THE PEOPLE WHO MAKE THEM…

HAUTE HOTEL POURS

Hot on the trend of craft cocktail bars, these top hotels have one-upped the competition and created impeccable spaces to stay and sip. We survey the coolest hotel bars and the concoctions you want to be seen with.

HOME ON THE PAARL

Old World Marsanne and Grenache grapes are adapting well to South Africa—much like Romanian transplant Razvan Macici, a third generation winemaker who’s put his own roots down in the Southern Hemisphere.

THE PURITY OF FRUIT

By placing the fruit at the forefront of his wines, awardwinning Australian winemaker Neil McGuigan offers quality wine at every price point.

SNIFFING FOR CLUES

Laurent Ponsot, owner of Burgundy’s Domaine Ponsot, explains how he became a winemaker-turned-detective as he took on a wine scandal that shook Burgundy.

THE NON-CONFORMIST

Winemaking and bureaucracy should not mix, says Tuscan vintner Paolo De Marchi, who has made a name for himself by taking unconventional routes in his winemaking career.

FOOD HUNTING

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TRAVEL

THE LATEST HOTSPOTS AND DESTINATION REPORTS

6 CAPITALS, 14 COCKTAIL BARS

We take an armchair tour of six capitals with the most exciting cocktail scenes in the world.

THERE’S NOMA, AND THEN SOME

While it’s still mission impossible to get a seat at the world’s number one restaurant, Copenhagen has so much more to offer serious epicureans: from delectable hot dog stands to smørrebrød with a gastronomic twist.

UNLIKE ANY OTHER

Combining luxury and philanthropy, Iniala brings a refreshing and opulent experience to tired Phuket.

AMA(N)ZING GREECE

Amanzo’e resort in the little-known Peloponnese is setting a different standard for Greece. Discover the new Greek chic and finds out that even the locals feel a wind of change.

FAIRY CHIMNEYS AND SACRED SITES

Turkey’s most fascinating sights lie beyond Istanbul in the surreal and ancient landscapes of Cappadocia and Izmir.