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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

Brewery Hill Chardonnay-Viognier from Naked Wines

Brewery Hill Chardonnay-Viognier from Naked Wines

As part of their tie-up with Jamie Oliver internet retailer Naked Wines are offering a mixed case of wines (either six individual bottles or a doubleRead More

Two Australian Rieslings

Two Australian Rieslings

What is the big deal with Riesling? I’ve never quite understood the fixation many a journalist has with it. Not exactly a high great selling pointRead More

Ladies Who Shoot Their Lunch from Plunkett Fowles

Ladies Who Shoot Their Lunch from Plunkett Fowles

I’m hoping Naked Wines is expecting further stocks; seldom do Australian wines get the excitement levels rising as these have. Currently three wines from the BlackwoodRead More

Three Wines I Love & Three Wines I Don’t

Three Wines I Love & Three Wines I Don’t

It’s next to impossible to cover all the wines tasted in a blog; time being the main blockage. One of the criticisms thrown at wine blogsRead More

Griffith Park Sparkling Wines

Griffith Park Sparkling Wines

The press release was a little gushing in its praise – comparing the £6.99 Griffith Park Rosé with other International Wine Challenge winning wines (such asRead More

New Australian Wines At Naked Wines

New Australian Wines At Naked Wines

While I was gallivanting around the wine-lands of South Africa those fine folk at Naked Wines organised an innovative little event – a tasting/auction to determineRead More

Wine and Food Matching – Ideas From A Recent Tasting

Wine and Food Matching – Ideas From A Recent Tasting

Given the synergy between food and wine I have long wondered at the lack of ‘combinations’ at tastings. While the industry thrives on gourmet meals (toRead More

St Hallett Poacher’s Blend, 2007, Barossa Valley, Australia

St Hallett Poacher’s Blend, 2007, Barossa Valley, Australia

Three grapes Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc and Riesling. All of which you can detect in the wine. Individually. Which is a criticism as the wine was notRead More

A Choice of Two Reds

A Choice of Two Reds

What I should have been concerned with was folding the pastry up and over to retain the heavily (overly!) mounded filling. Instead my concerns rested withRead More

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My three passions, wine, food and photography, combine in a new venture – a Tuscan Wine Tour for Photographers. Its taken the best part of aRead More

24
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20
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The Vista Lounge Citrus Garden at the Trafalgar

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20
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Stainless Steel Tanks at Chateau La Dominique Bordeaux

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18
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Quinta do Portal Douro Portugal

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17
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The Louis Roederer International Wine Writers’ Awards 2014 Shortlist

I might have let out an embarrassing yelp on the train up to London yesterday. To fill the journey I was scanning through my twitter feedRead More

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Cité des civilisations du vin

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