A Gentleman’s Holiday: Gentologie Magazine Issue 12
Here it is, our first Festive Season magazine! With the theme: “A Gentleman’s Holiday.” We’re really proud to present it to you. It will be in your mailboxes by the end of November. Don’t hesitate to subscribe to ensure you receive it in time, as it’s available in limited quantities for one-off sales.
A new direction for the magazine cover
The cover features an original work by illustrator and advertising executive Mr. Dominique Trudeau. It’s called “Der Herr” (The Gentleman in German). It’s a change of direction for Gentologie to place artwork on our cover, but we believe this approach will take us further than the photographic format. This avenue will be reflected in future issues, with the aim of showcasing artists from here and abroad.
A Gentleman’s Holiday: What is this?
As we mentioned earlier, the Gentologie Magazine Issue 12 is dedicated to the theme of “A Gentleman’s Holiday,” because it’s all very well to celebrate, but we might as well do it the right way, so here’s a sneak preview of what you’ll find in the next issue, which will be delivered at the end of November.
We begin with a holiday beauty routine with Clarins to help you achieve the perfect complexion for your festive celebrations. Then, a few suggestions on what to wear for the holidays with our editor, Normand Boulanger, as well as columnist and journalist Jean-Michel Bonin de Clusier and Stéphane Le Duc, who will help you choose the outfits that will make you look your best for the festive season.
We then move on to a selection of watches to keep you glowing all year round. To continue, Jean-Philippe Charest shares 3 scotchs to toast the festive season, an assortment of festive liquids for beginners and connoisseurs alike.
Speaking of toasting, we’re celebrating this sparkling season with a quintet of princely Champagne wines suggested by Mr. Claude Boileau. And to give you a little energy, the new caffeinated collaboration between Nespresso and Fusalp presents their eagerly awaited festive collection.
Let’s move on to the table with a recipe for a rustic pâté-croûte from the Executive Chef of the HONEYROSE Hotel Montréal, Mr. Grégory Faye, served in the restaurant’s COMMODORE. To accompany this divine recipe, Claude Boileau’s prestigious Grandes Cuvées suggestions will brighten up your dinner table.
Let’s take a break from the festive season to travel. Our editor, Normand Boulanger, takes you on a tour of the Czech Republic, that you already had a taste of Prague in this article, this new land of great wines, through a visit to the extraordinary vineyards of this small country. And while we’re on the subject of travel, why not try the Air Canada Signature Class on your next getaway, as we were lucky enough to do on our way to Scotland. Speaking of Scotland, we were there to see the Genesis Scottish Open, but also to try out the GV60 and GV70 on the country’s winding roads. Car lovers, our automotive columnist Marc Bouchard offers you 7 automotive masterpieces to put under the Christmas tree.
And for sports fans, we’re talking about the Presidents’ Cup. It will be back in Canada in 2024, at the Royal Montreal Golf Club to be precise, and for the occasion we had the chance to talk to the captain of the international team, Mr. Mike Weir.