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Wild Over Pinot Gris

Wild Over Pinot Gris

Finally I’ve joined the Wine Society. The application went in just before Christmas, the first order arriving not long after. The reason for joining was simple;Read More

Deiss : Premier Cru or Not Premier Cru

Deiss : Premier Cru or Not Premier Cru

Alsace has 51 officially designated grand cru plots, it’s only a little region but all seem to agree that 51 is a rather large number. WhicheverRead More

Bibendum Sale – Six Wines Tasted

Bibendum Sale – Six Wines Tasted

One of the UK’s most interesting wine retailers – Bibendum – are hosting a sale. An opportunity to taste a small selection of the wines includedRead More

A Selection of Wines from Domaine Paul Zinck, Alsace

A Selection of Wines from Domaine Paul Zinck, Alsace

First halt in a four day Alsace wine tour, a delightful restaurant Au Vieux Porche in the village of Eguisheim. Seeing as the restaurant manager isRead 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

Wine Tasting Note: Beblenheim Pinot Gris Reserve, 2006, Alsace, France

Wine Tasting Note: Beblenheim Pinot Gris Reserve, 2006, Alsace, France

Always amazing how few people consider Alsace when selecting their wines. OK, so they come in those suspiciously Germanic-looking bottles (with all those negative associations) butRead More

Wine Tasting Note: Baron de Hoen Pinot Gris, 2005, Alsace, France

Wine Tasting Note: Baron de Hoen Pinot Gris, 2005, Alsace, France

The plan for Sunday dinner was a ‘quick and simple’ recipe of pan-fried pork with a pecan and bourbon cream sauce (adapted from a recipe inRead More

Andrew Barrow
10 Apr
Alsace Wines From The House Of Leon Beyer.

Alsace Wines From The House Of Leon Beyer.

Leon Beyer An invite to join fellow bloggers at the London-based Wine and Dine Society Alsace tasting is not one I could ignore; eight wines fromRead More

Wine for Risotto – WBW #21 & IMBB #26 Fabulous Favourites Festival.

Wine for Risotto – WBW #21 & IMBB #26 Fabulous Favourites Festival.

Wine Blogging Wednesday #21 and Is My Blog Burning #26 (two of the grand ol’ dames of the food blog world) combine this month in aRead More

Andrew Barrow
19 May
Framingham Wines, New Zealand.

Framingham Wines, New Zealand.

More wines from the 25th Anniversary New Zealand Wine Tasting at Lords, these from Framingham Wines in Marlborough. The company name is taken from the villageRead More

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