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Supertravel Wines for Skiing

Supertravel Wines for Skiing

Wines for Skiing; no not strapping a couple of magnums to your feet and throwing yourself down a slope ’cause that would just be silly. ButRead More

A Wine For Fish Pie

A Wine For Fish Pie

Another wine from Les Grands Chais de France case sent my way earlier in the year (the other reviewed being Domaine Savagny Cotes du Jura Tradition).Read More

Domaine Savagny Cotes du Jura Tradition

Domaine Savagny Cotes du Jura Tradition

A little box of wines was delivered the other week; inside a mix of red and white wine from across France. Also in the box aRead More

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
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

Mas Amiel 2008 Vin Doux Natural

Mas Amiel 2008 Vin Doux Natural

What do I know about Maury? Well, it’s a Vin Doux Natural – meaning it’s a sweet wine where the fermentation is halted leaving a littleRead More

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

Domaine Roux Pere et Fils Meursault Vieilles Vignes, 2009, Burgundy, France

Domaine Roux Pere et Fils Meursault Vieilles Vignes, 2009, Burgundy, France

Five Days/Five Wines: Sunday 9th July In the great scheme of things Waitrose being out of stock of fresh Tarragon is just a minor, trivial, insignificant,Read More

A Wine For This Seasons Asparagus

A Wine For This Seasons Asparagus

Really sorry Mary Berry but your Hollandaise Sauce isn’t a patch on the one served at Aubaine. Sure yours is a mass produced commercial product, andRead More

Drinking Lurton’s Mas Janeil le Traou de l’Ouille 2009

Drinking Lurton’s Mas Janeil le Traou de l’Ouille 2009

Isnt it amazing that a scrap of earth with no discernable farming potential can, when a vine or two are stubbed into the unforgiving soil, produceRead More

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