Chocolate Mousse with Tawny Port

Chocolate Mousse with Tawny Port
Chef João Dias' chocolate mousse. (Ryan Liebe)
From the Mar 31, 2019, issue

Chef João Dias of Montréal's Ferreira Café forgoes cream or butter in his mousse, opting instead for Portuguese olive oil and fleur de sel. Wine Spectator's Hilary Sims explains.

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