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Wine 2.0

Wine 2.0

My humble wine ‘collection’ has been located in various places. It has been crammed into a 1930′s cocktail cabinet, lain on a dust attracting bookshelf andRead More

Andrew Barrow
25 Nov
Have Wine, Will Twitter

Have Wine, Will Twitter

Mr Hugel himself kindly arranged for samples to be dispatched so us UK wine bloggers (myself and The Wine Conversation at least) can join in theRead More

Andrew Barrow
17 Aug
What Kind of Wine Are You?

What Kind of Wine Are You?

It would seem I’m a Merlot – according to one of those ‘fun for a few seconds’ internet blog-things. We can blame 1WineDude for setting thisRead More

Andrew Barrow
30 Jul
Alcohol Units – Measure Up Campaign

Alcohol Units – Measure Up Campaign

How many of us know what our daily alcohol consumption should be or how many units are in a pint or a 175ml glass of Rosé?Read More

Andrew Barrow
10 Jun
Tasting Note Innovation – Wine Recognition System

Tasting Note Innovation – Wine Recognition System

Innovation in wine tasting notes is a frequent topic across the wine blogs; little actually seems to develop with a universal attraction and most stick toRead More

Andrew Barrow
19 May
Interviewed on BBC Radio 5

Interviewed on BBC Radio 5

As mentioned in the post covering a wine and food tasting at the Frontline Restaurant, myself, Cooksister and Blogjam were interviewed by Chris Vallance for aRead More

Andrew Barrow
16 Feb
Protero Viognier and Chardonnay

Protero Viognier and Chardonnay

Two stonkingly great wines to start the week – both whites and both from the same producer. I brought six different wines from Cooden Cellars aRead More

Wine and Photography

Wine and Photography

I’ve been a little disappointed by the posts on Chateau Photogasm. Don’t get me wrong though. I think the concept is great – original, unique, fascinatingRead More

Andrew Barrow
28 Nov
Winners Announced Fairtrade Wine Tasting

Winners Announced Fairtrade Wine Tasting

The results of the first ever Fairtrade Wine Awards have been released. These wines are not only top quality for the consumers, but also open theRead More

Andrew Barrow
3 Nov
Wine Bottle Grotto

Wine Bottle Grotto

A chap down Herefordshire way has built a garden folly out of 5,000 wine bottles. Richard Pim, 66 (as they always put in the newspapers), hasRead More

Andrew Barrow
22 Jul

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