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Wine and Food Matching – Notes from a Fells Tasting

Wine and Food Matching – Notes from a Fells Tasting

Given the synergy between wine and food it is somewhat surprising that of the dozens of trade tastings only one or two lay on food specificallyRead More

A Wine For Fish Pie

A Wine For Fish Pie

Chardonnay should be the wine of choice when matching with fish pie; unoaked preferably. You need something ripe and silky to accompany the creamy element; aRead More

Chapel Down Lunch at Roast

Chapel Down Lunch at Roast

Last Tuesday saw a sprinkling of the crème de la crème of the food and wine blogging fraternity gather at Roast in Borough Market. For someRead More

Spar Gives Wine Speak Some Local Flavour

Spar Gives Wine Speak Some Local Flavour

A slightly odd-ball marketing idea; a national supermarket chain implementing wine back labels in the local dialect. Nothing like demystifying the incomprehensible into the ununderstandable… orRead More

Andrew Barrow
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European Wine Travel Guides Now Free To View

European Wine Travel Guides Now Free To View

News received during the weekends Wine Bloggers Conference in Lisbon – the Wine Travel Guides website has made its wealth of content free to view! Previously,Read More

Andrew Barrow
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Hardys Nottage Hill FreshCase

Hardys Nottage Hill FreshCase

Regardless of what you think of the actual wine – Nottage Hill being one of the top selling brands in the UK and as such isRead More

For Those Who Don’t Tweet – Notes from the South African Mega Tasting

For Those Who Don’t Tweet – Notes from the South African Mega Tasting

For those who don’t follow Spittoon on Twitter (via wine_scribbler) a recap on the twitter tasting notes sent during the South African Wine Mega Tasting. HeldRead More

Khulu Sky – A New South African Wine Range

Khulu Sky – A New South African Wine Range

If I have one criticism of this new range of wines is their size – I was so convinced they were 50cl bottles that I wastedRead More

Eight Portuguese Wines – A Snapshot of Portugal

Eight Portuguese Wines – A Snapshot of Portugal

The end of the month sees the wine-blogospheres attention focusing on the Lisbon Wine Bloggers Conference; it’s one of those countries I’ve long hankered to visit.Read More

Tio Pepe and Tapas at Iberica, Great Portland Street, London

Tio Pepe and Tapas at Iberica, Great Portland Street, London

A little odd perhaps to open a report, especially on a wine blog, of a dessert but this rice pudding was, to coin a phrase, historic.Read More

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