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Wine Tasting Note: Mas Bruguière La Grenadière, 2004, Pic St Loup, France

Wine Tasting Note: Mas Bruguière La Grenadière, 2004, Pic St Loup, France

The second wine from the small order from Pic Wines. This delightful red hails from the heart of the Pic Saint Loup cru. Mas The currentRead More

Andrew Barrow
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Combinations 3: Flatbreads with Spiced Chicken, Pistachios and Roasted Peppers.

Combinations 3: Flatbreads with Spiced Chicken, Pistachios and Roasted Peppers.

Begun as a little exercise between myself and Beau at Basic Juice, Combinations, was designed to generate interesting content for our respective blogs. Not that BeauRead More

Top 100 Vin De Pays Tasting

Top 100 Vin De Pays Tasting

The great and the good of the UK wine world (and no that doesn’t include me) tasted a few wines earlier in the year and cameRead More

Andrew Barrow
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Wine Blogging Wednesday #18: Wine Shops.

Wine Blogging Wednesday #18: Wine Shops.

The UK is blessed with a plethora of specialist wine merchants. At the last count, before UKWinesOnline was closed, the listings counted nearly 400. These rangeRead More

Wine Tasting Note: Le Moulin des Nonnes Cuvée Inés, 2004, Minervois, France.

Wine Tasting Note: Le Moulin des Nonnes Cuvée Inés, 2004, Minervois, France.

Le Moulin des Nonnes Cuvée Inés. Wine Tasting Note: Le Moulin des Nonnes Cuvée Inés, 2004, Minervois, France.Flying Corkscrew Noel Young Wines around £9.00. Taste offRead More

Andrew Barrow
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Le Rosy Causing A Storm.

Le Rosy Causing A Storm.

Le Rosy As reported in the “Depeche du Midi”, a French daily newspaper in southern France: “This bottle has scandalised feminists, not for its contents –Read More

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Wine Tasting Note: Clavel Les Catalognes, 2003, Coteaux du Languedoc, France.

Wine Tasting Note: Clavel Les Catalognes, 2003, Coteaux du Languedoc, France.

A hearty meal was called for tonight; something warming, unfancy and wholesome; a Shepard’s pie seemed ideal. Fine mince lamb, chopped onion, a few herbs andRead More

Wine with Beef Stew.

Wine with Beef Stew.

Beef stew or beef casserole – is there a difference? It matters little. We cracked open two wines to accompany beef slow-cooked in stock and redRead More

What food with Gewürztraminer?

What food with Gewürztraminer?

Gewürztraminer intrigues me. The cinnamon-spiced, lychee and honeysuckle laden wine, full-bodied and most often touched by a level of sweetness is just so distinctive and individualistic.Read More

Domaine Zind Humbrecht Circle of Wine Writers Tasting.

Domaine Zind Humbrecht Circle of Wine Writers Tasting.

Domaine Zind Humbrecht Circle of Wine Writers Tasting 14th June 2005Kettners Restaurant, Soho, London. Zind Humbrecht – perhaps one of the top producers in Alsace producesRead More

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