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Dom Joly in Bordeaux

Dom Joly in Bordeaux

Comedian Dom Joly has been on a mission to discover the beauty of the Bordeaux region of France. Well known for his love of wine, foodRead More

Grands Crus Classés: The Great Wines of Bordeaux with Recipes From Top Chefs of the World

Grands Crus Classés: The Great Wines of Bordeaux with Recipes From Top Chefs of the World

The first entry is Château Lafite-Rothschild crowned with a stunning photo of the famous building reflected in a lake. The next two pages are covered byRead 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

Le Roc du du Chateau Pellebouc

Le Roc du du Chateau Pellebouc

Food magazine Delicious gave away, as with many other magazines, a 2009 calender with a recent issue. Each month displays a recipe, tuned to the season.Read More

A Touch of Bordeaux Class – Chateau de Malle, M De Malle, 2005, Bordeaux, France

A Touch of Bordeaux Class – Chateau de Malle, M De Malle, 2005, Bordeaux, France

Review0.3 Wine Tasting Note: Chateau de Malle M de Malle Graves, 2005, Bordeaux, France. Stockist: Bordeaux Undiscovered Price: £11.73 [More: Adegga / Snooth] A touch ofRead More

Fleur de Luze, Bordeaux Blanc, 2007

Fleur de Luze, Bordeaux Blanc, 2007

Who ever makes scampi at home? A dish one may assume is now relegated to certain ‘family’ restaurants and frozen ready-meals. Of course the home-made versionRead More

Château Laures Blanc, 2006, Bordeaux, France

Château Laures Blanc, 2006, Bordeaux, France

Wine Tasting Note: Château Laures Blanc, 2006, Entre-Deux-Mers, Bordeaux, France Available from Bordeaux-Undiscovered [more] for £6.75 (normally £9.64) The Semillon really comes though on the noseRead More

Château Tonnelles, 2004, Fronsac, France

Château Tonnelles, 2004, Fronsac, France

More banging on from me about how we should look to the independent merchant for the more interesting wines – small producers, interesting flavours, unknown grapesRead More

Three Wines from France: The Montagnac Range

Three Wines from France: The Montagnac Range

Judging an independent wine merchant on its cheapest wines is a great indication of the overall care the merchant puts into its overall range. It isRead More

Vineyard Worker at Chateau Preuillac, Medoc

Vineyard Worker at Chateau Preuillac, Medoc

Yesterday morning I was tramping around a field in the Medoc, it was bloody freezing; beautiful day but a bone-numbing wind keeping temperatures well below freezing.Read More

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I have to say I do love this bar. The plush, slightly eclectic décor had me as I walked through the door, while the cocktails wereRead More

5
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Charles Metcalfe’s Top Tips On Wines For Summer Pairings

Charles Metcalfe was at the Foodies Festival in Bristol this summer. He hosted food and wine pairing sessions in the marquees set up on site. WeRead More

3
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28
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