Tristan Rutherford

Georgia is a wine lover’s dream destination, with 525 grape varietals and millennia of viticultural experience. With Soviet restrictions gone, the country using its grapes and traditional organic methods to make some unique wines.

Rum’s root ingredient, sugar cane, is native to Southeast Asia. A new wave of producers are making the most of its abundance in Thailand, as they break away from mass-produced methods of making the spirit

While most tourists flock to the Thai island for a relaxing beachside break or its non-stop nightlife, in rainforest near the airport elite cyclists including Maria Sharapova hone their fitness and skills at Thanyapura’s Olympic village

The recipe for the famous fish soup dates back centuries and in 1980 a Bouillabaisse Charter was created to define the dish’s ingredients. Marseilles’ chefs have worked around this and come up with some new takes


During Balkan nation’s 45 years of hardline communist rule, food was rationed, cookbooks were burned and recipes were lost, but a new generation of Albanians are making good use of some amazing indigenous ingredients

The south of France has long been a favourite spot of food writers, including the late Mary Frances Kennedy Fisher. Inspired by her book about a 1970 trip, travel writer Tristan Rutherford embarks on a culinary journey