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A Wine for Wagamama’s Chili Beef Ramen – Combinations #7

A Wine for Wagamama’s Chili Beef Ramen – Combinations #7

Coincidentally just a couple of days after selecting this dish as the basis for Combinations #7 the opportunity arose to eat at Wagamama; of course IRead More

PIC Wines Tasting

PIC Wines Tasting

We arrived late; not conducive to a relaxed tasting especially when everyone else is slurping on the dessert muscat and are well settled into the wholeRead More

Combinations 3: Flatbreads with Spiced Chicken, Pistachios and Roasted Peppers.

Combinations 3: Flatbreads with Spiced Chicken, Pistachios and Roasted Peppers.

Begun as a little exercise between myself and Beau at Basic Juice, Combinations, was designed to generate interesting content for our respective blogs. Not that BeauRead More

Wine Tasting Note: Weingärtner Cleebronn-Güglingen Samtrot Lemberger, 2004, Württemberg, Germany.

Wine Tasting Note: Weingärtner Cleebronn-Güglingen Samtrot Lemberger, 2004, Württemberg, Germany.

The task for the June round of Wine Blogging Wednesday is to investigate a wine with an alcohol level below 12.5%; a tricky task in theseRead More

Andrew Barrow
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Bisol Prosecco

Bisol Prosecco

It is a dramatic landscape – an east-west running series of craggy hills, where grape growing is impossible thick forests smother the steep hillsides. Better appreciatedRead More

ABSA Top 10 Pinotage Competition 2006.

ABSA Top 10 Pinotage Competition 2006.

Not to everyone’s taste is Pinotage – South Africa’s own unique red grape variety. I wasn’t a fan for a long time hating that distinctive rustyRead More

Alsace Wines From The House Of Leon Beyer.

Alsace Wines From The House Of Leon Beyer.

Leon Beyer An invite to join fellow bloggers at the London-based Wine and Dine Society Alsace tasting is not one I could ignore; eight wines fromRead More

Combinations: Matching an Austrian Dessert with Wine.

Combinations: Matching an Austrian Dessert with Wine.

It would seem I had a little more success with the semolina dumplings than Eating Leeds. Mine held up well, still a little lumpy perhaps, butRead More

Wine for Risotto – WBW #21 & IMBB #26 Fabulous Favourites Festival.

Wine for Risotto – WBW #21 & IMBB #26 Fabulous Favourites Festival.

Wine Blogging Wednesday #21 and Is My Blog Burning #26 (two of the grand ol’ dames of the food blog world) combine this month in aRead More

Andrew Barrow
19 May
Wine Tasting Note: Gaia Estate 14-18 Rosé, 2004, Peloponnese, Greece.

Wine Tasting Note: Gaia Estate 14-18 Rosé, 2004, Peloponnese, Greece.

Wine Tasting Note: Gaia Estate 14-18 Rosé, 2004, Peloponnese, Greece.Available from Oddbins for £5.99.A few friends, some wonderfully warm weather, a free-flowing rosé to accompany aRead More

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