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Rickety Bridge Wines, Franschoek, South Africa

Rickety Bridge Wines, Franschoek, South Africa

Rickety Bridge Winery has a long history – from the first planting of grapes in 1830 through to the more relevant planting program of 1989 andRead More

Wine Tasting Note: Palo Alto Reserva, 2006, Maule Valley, Chile

Wine Tasting Note: Palo Alto Reserva, 2006, Maule Valley, Chile

Trees for Cities is an independent charity set up in 1993 (initially as Trees for London) to work with local communities on tree planting projects. WithRead More

Three More Wines from Cigales, Spain

Three More Wines from Cigales, Spain

Continuing the round-up of a lively tasting held in Spain of wines from Cigales. [Part One]. Wine Tasting Note: Bodegas Hiljos de Marcos Gómez Salvueros TintoRead More

Andrew Barrow
24 Jun
Madfish Bay Wines

Madfish Bay Wines

An excellent meal at Du Vin, Henley last October was hosted by Michael Karrigan, who, at the time was the wine-maker for Madfish and Howard Park.Read More

Andrew Barrow
18 Jun
Wine Tasting Note: Pink Elephant Rosé, 2006, Estremadura, Portugal

Wine Tasting Note: Pink Elephant Rosé, 2006, Estremadura, Portugal

Wine Tasting Note: Pink Elephant Rosé, 2006, Estremadura, Portugal.Available exclusively from Tesco.com until August for £4. (normal price is £5).Vivid cherry in colour. Flavour-wise it isRead More

Andrew Barrow
23 May
Kendall Jackson’s Art of Terroir

Kendall Jackson’s Art of Terroir

To celebrate their 25th Anniversary, Kendall-Jackson is launching ‘The Art of Terroir,’ a coffee table book filled with photographs (stating the obvious there for a coffee-tableRead More

Andrew Barrow
21 May
Three Reds From Cigales, Spain

Three Reds From Cigales, Spain

Cigales – perhaps over-shadowed by the acclaim neighbouring Ribera del Duero receives but a tasting of 12 wines demonstrated that ‘by heck-laddie’ they know how toRead More

Andrew Barrow
18 May
Tapanappa Whalebone Vineyard

Tapanappa Whalebone Vineyard

Like the proverbial bus once you discover one million year old whale skeleton in a vineyard you discover another. Down Australia way in Brain Croser’s ‘Whalebone’Read More

Andrew Barrow
5 Apr
A Quick Guide to Wine With Chocolate

A Quick Guide to Wine With Chocolate

Having devoured with gluttonous gusto a Hotel Chocolate Easter Egg over the weekend, thereby revealing yet again a total character weakness for all things chocolate, IRead More

Andrew Barrow
20 Mar
Howard Park Wines at Hotel Du Vin

Howard Park Wines at Hotel Du Vin

To my right is Michael Kerrigan winemaker for Howard Park and on my left sits Henri Chapon, something very important in the Du Vin hotel chain.Read More

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