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Over the Crumbling Wall

Over the Crumbling Wall

At the far end of the Quinta do Portal vineyard, a crumbling wall and a view stretching for miles across vines and Douro Hills. Taken aRead More

Rosé d’Anjou Urban Style

Rosé d’Anjou Urban Style

What is the usual portrayal of rosé drinking in the summer? Pool-side lounging, the clatter of ice as the wine bottle is removed from the chiller,Read More

Oh No Not Another Vineyard Shot

Oh No Not Another Vineyard Shot

The same morning in Quinta do Portal as last weeks Sunday Wine Shot – Vineyard Gazebo. Further up the hill now, looking into the rising sun.Read More

Vineyard Gazebo

Vineyard Gazebo

The following morning, as I staggered bleary-eyed through the hotel tour, the manager with hand around my shoulders inquired how I had managed to get outRead More

Pure Mirabeau En Provence

Pure Mirabeau En Provence

It has been a packed week; one full of wine, delicious food and laughter. While the weather isn’t quite in a full sun-shine mode at leastRead More

Château Léoube Rosé de Léoube

Château Léoube Rosé de Léoube

It seems to have escaped my attention that the people behind Daylesford Organics farm in Gloucestershire are also those who have, since 1997, owned Château LéoubeRead More

Domaine du Tariquet Marselan

Domaine du Tariquet Marselan

What a difference a week makes. Today is far from Spring like – warmish but windy, dull and overcast. I abandoned an early morning photo-walk dueRead More

Domaine Du Tariquet Rose

Domaine Du Tariquet Rose

It’s spring! The weather is warm, the sun is out (on a bank holiday weekend, who would have thought?), the shorts are on and I canRead More

Wallingford Bridge and the Boat House Pub

Wallingford Bridge and the Boat House Pub

A rather tenuous link to wine photo for this weeks Sunday Wine Shot I’m afraid. Taken this morning, at dawn, a photo of Wallingford bridge asRead More

Andrew Barrow
13 Apr
Tons Duorum Branco

Tons Duorum Branco

OK, so my last wine reco was a tad over the top. It isn’t really the best wine I’ve had all year (the Mauricio Lorca LiricoRead More

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