Not all wines get better with age, but it's worth getting it right with the ones that do.
She was chatting to every other person she passed as though they were old friends or beloved family members. This feeling of inclusion is one that we experienced throughout the day, whilst talking to a huge number of growers.
What's the easiest way to vine-hop? How about in a room full of winemakers, equipped with nothing but an empty glass and a healthy level of curiosity? On Sunday we had this exact opportunity. RAW WINE in London is a two day celebration of some of the best natural, organic and biodynamic wine in the … Continue reading RAW Reactions
Pop-up culture is now a firmly established part of the restaurant scene and it’s the perfect response to change.
On a recent frosty Friday night after work, we were on the hunt for one thing: spice.
Beer! Glorious beer! What a revival the beer industry has had. It’s amazing to see all of these independent breweries popping up and challenging what we know about the beer industry.
Normally, the only wine segment typically shown on TV is during Saturday Kitchen, or something similar, when someone is walking down an aisle in Waitrose or Majestic.
Fish fingers, tomato ketchup and a hint of butter, sandwiched between two soft slices of cheap, no-nonsense white bread. Is there anything wrong with admitting that you bloody love it?
This blog is a guide to wine for the everyday person, the person who has a student loan and an overdraft; the person who doesn't have time to go to a specialist vintner to buy wine, the novice or the seasoned wine-lover. It is a celebration of wine and how it should be accessible to everyone.