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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

Harvey Nichols Own Label Wine

Harvey Nichols Own Label Wine

That Nigel Slater is a wicked, wicked man. I mean have you tried his decadent chocolate almond cake or his sublime trifle (which I blogged aboutRead More

Andrew Barrow
5 May
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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

Supertravel Wines for Skiing

Supertravel Wines for Skiing

Wines for Skiing; no not strapping a couple of magnums to your feet and throwing yourself down a slope ’cause that would just be silly. ButRead More

Favourite Wintertime Wines

Favourite Wintertime Wines

A challenge – pick three wines (one red, one white and a sparkling) as your ‘Favourite Wintertime Wines’ with the stipulation that they must all retailRead More

Nino Franco Faìve Rosé Brut Spumante

Nino Franco Faìve Rosé Brut Spumante

I felt it on the breeze, that subtle change of the seasons as a breeze sent shivers through a rose bush. The last of the summerRead More

Wine Tasting Tuscan Style

Wine Tasting Tuscan Style

Opening with the ‘basic’ wines he was almost apologetic at their simplicity. Personally I found them a delight; no idea of price at the time (the top of the range comes in at a very reasonable €20 cellar door) but to a bottle these ‘lesser’ wines were lovely, offering a balanced richness, a true regional acidic streak in the RI.VA.LE Chianti and a touch riper, softer palate to the Vino Nobile di Montepulciano.

The Very Best English Sparkling Wines

The Very Best English Sparkling Wines

The Judgement of Parsons Green – not perhaps having the same lustre as the famous Judgement of Paris – but this yearly event pitches English sparklingRead More

Wild Over Pinot Gris

Wild Over Pinot Gris

Finally I’ve joined the Wine Society. The application went in just before Christmas, the first order arriving not long after. The reason for joining was simple;Read More

Sevilen Winery, Turkey

Sevilen Winery, Turkey

A set of six photographs from a visit at the Sevilen Winery, just outside Izmir in Turkey; a prime grape-growing region, Mediterranean climate an’ all. “InRead More

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