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Slow Roasted Lamb with Cockburn’s Late Bottled Port

Slow Roasted Lamb with Cockburn’s Late Bottled Port

One of the oddest pairings I’ve sampled recently – roast lamb and late bottled port. The lamb was cooked at a very low temperature for neigh-onRead More

La Cuisine for the Wine Savvy

La Cuisine for the Wine Savvy

La Cuisine For the Wine Savvy: A Guest Post by Douglas Blyde: With 25 to his name, the world’s most Michelin starred chef, Joël Robuchon announcedRead More

A Wine For Macaroni and Cheese

A Wine For Macaroni and Cheese

My Macaroni and Cheese recipe calls for cooked pasta, doused in cheese sauce, topped with a mix of fried pancetta cubes, breadcrumbs, Parmesan and parsley, thenRead More

Wine and Food Matching – Notes from a Fells Tasting

Wine and Food Matching – Notes from a Fells Tasting

Given the synergy between wine and food it is somewhat surprising that of the dozens of trade tastings only one or two lay on food specificallyRead More

A Wine For Fish Pie

A Wine For Fish Pie

Chardonnay should be the wine of choice when matching with fish pie; unoaked preferably. You need something ripe and silky to accompany the creamy element; aRead More

Chapel Down Lunch at Roast

Chapel Down Lunch at Roast

Last Tuesday saw a sprinkling of the crème de la crème of the food and wine blogging fraternity gather at Roast in Borough Market. For someRead More

Tio Pepe and Tapas at Iberica, Great Portland Street, London

Tio Pepe and Tapas at Iberica, Great Portland Street, London

A little odd perhaps to open a report, especially on a wine blog, of a dessert but this rice pudding was, to coin a phrase, historic.Read More

Brewery Hill Chardonnay-Viognier from Naked Wines

Brewery Hill Chardonnay-Viognier from Naked Wines

As part of their tie-up with Jamie Oliver internet retailer Naked Wines are offering a mixed case of wines (either six individual bottles or a doubleRead More

Two Australian Rieslings

Two Australian Rieslings

What is the big deal with Riesling? I’ve never quite understood the fixation many a journalist has with it. Not exactly a high great selling pointRead More

English Wine Week : Tasting Five English Wines with Cheese

English Wine Week : Tasting Five English Wines with Cheese

The local deli did me proud. Salvador’s of Wallingford sourced three stunningly delicious cheeses just for this English Wine Week bloggers meet-up. Each was perfectly ripeRead More

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