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Japanese Food and Bordeaux Wines

Japanese Food and Bordeaux Wines

 food was exquisite, really, really delicious. Not a great expert on Japanese foodstuffs – the closest and most recent acquaintance being some dull supermarket sushi aboutRead More

Wines and People at the 5th ARSE Wine Tasting

Wines and People at the 5th ARSE Wine Tasting

Andrew’s Really Secret Event The First Rule of ARSE – do not talk about ARSE The Second Rule of ARSE – do not attend with aRead More

Andrew Barrow
24 Sep
Leoube Rosé

Leoube Rosé

Earlier I was piling ready-made gin and tonics amongst the tubs of ice-cream and salad into the shopping basket when one of those beige people totteredRead More

Andrew Barrow
25 Jul
Wine and Food Tasting Mondavi Style

Wine and Food Tasting Mondavi Style

Wine and Food Tasting Mondavi Style – a guest post by my good friend Jeanne aka Cooksister. We have all been there. Four friends with busyRead More

Andrew Barrow
26 Jun
The Vineyard at Stockcross

The Vineyard at Stockcross

I have to admit feeling more than a little smug. I’m certain the others at my end of the table were awed by my tasting prowess,Read More

Eastern Med Wines from Marks and Spencer

Eastern Med Wines from Marks and Spencer

You have to hand it to that Emma Dawson, the wine buyer at M&S; she certainly isn’t shy at bringing in ‘farkli bir şey’* (The teamRead More

Caliterra Tributo

Caliterra Tributo

So… these here wines have received ‘sustainability’ certification; one of the first Chilean wineries to be so awarded. Forget your ‘natural’ wines or your biodynamic principlesRead More

Andrew Barrow
3 Apr
Domaine Seguela Les Candalieres 2007

Domaine Seguela Les Candalieres 2007

Over all the months and years of my wine drinking and critiquing I might just have narrowed down my favourite style of red. Don’t misunderstand thoughRead More

Naked Wines Argentinean Rising Star

Naked Wines Argentinean Rising Star

It’s a non-painful affliction, apart from a certain embarrassment, but I am sure I wasn’t the only one suffering from Malbec finger last week. The conditionRead More

Visiting Raimat

Visiting Raimat

You couldn’t get more of a contrast. The previous day there were scrubby little patches of vines, precariously eking out an existence on the hills aboveRead More

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24
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20
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