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Via Collina Dolcetto di Diano d’Alba, 2007, Piedmonte, Italy

Via Collina Dolcetto di Diano d’Alba, 2007, Piedmonte, Italy

From the rear of the freezer a terracotta dish of ‘pasta sauce’, a frozen block of something indescribable, which, on defrosting, reveals itself as beef andRead More

Andrew Barrow
18 Feb
Angel’s Share from Naked Wines

Angel’s Share from Naked Wines

A Chilean producer on the list at Naked Wines, the second batch of wines from this new ‘Web2.0 embracing’ retailer (the first being Domaine Cristia fromRead More

Two Wines From South Africa

Two Wines From South Africa

Being at the forefront of wine tasting and involved in the trade for an ever lengthening number of years it is often a surprise and aRead More

Croft Pink Port

Croft Pink Port

It’s pink and it’s a port – the world’s first Pink Port first released last year. The photograph really doesn’t do justce to the elegant designRead More

Domaine Cristia Replies On Naked Wines

Domaine Cristia Replies On Naked Wines

To sum up Web2.0 or even Wine2.0 is as simple as using one word – Conversation. But despite the potential for ‘chat’ via a blogs commentRead More

Domaine Cristia from Naked Wines

Domaine Cristia from Naked Wines

From one of Naked Wines’ free offerings (free apart from postage and duty) Domaine Cristia. The mixed case of six offered three different wines, four bottlesRead More

Paul Autard Chateauneuf-du-Pape, 2007, Rhone, France

Paul Autard Chateauneuf-du-Pape, 2007, Rhone, France

Another of those pre-release samples I received awhile back; this Chateauneuf-du-Pape, while entirly too young was a delicious joy partnered with roasted Lamb Shanks. Review0.3 WineRead More

Le Roc du du Chateau Pellebouc

Le Roc du du Chateau Pellebouc

Food magazine Delicious gave away, as with many other magazines, a 2009 calender with a recent issue. Each month displays a recipe, tuned to the season.Read More

A Wine For Bacon Sandwiches

A Wine For Bacon Sandwiches

Wine Blogging Wednesday rolls round again and some fairly stringent criteria for this months challenge. Select a Wine for Breakfast but no sparkling wine, no rosés,Read More

Brief Notes from a Jeroboams Tasting

Brief Notes from a Jeroboams Tasting

Jeroboams is one of those little merchants that makes the UK wine scene so unique and dynamic – an independent, thriving, individual company. More than aRead More

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