Tweets of the Week





1. The Jean Luc Colombo range being showcased by Laure Colombo at the Matthew Clark tasting in York
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2.  Vine Pair takes us through the wines to drink with a BBQ
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3.  The Bordeaux Marathon that involves both running and wine tasting. Preparation for both activities is recommended prior to the event. 
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4.  Incredible photos of vines in the volcanic soils of Lanzarote
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5.  Salentein Wines with their wonderful range at Matthew Clark's York wine tasting. 
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6.  China second only to Spain and beats France as it becomes the second-largest wine-growing area in the world.
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7.  Charlotte and Michael Sager-Wilde win GQ's best sommelier award. We featured one of their wine bars, Sager + Wilde, in our "Ten Great Wine Bars in London" blog here
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8. London Wine Week tickets are released as the approaches: 18th - 24th May.

9.  A selection of wine quotes from The Wine Wankers
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10. And a final one from CellarVie Wines: Rediscovering Sicilian Terroir

Written by: Lucy Prosser

Lucy Prosser 

16.09.15

BBQ Spatchcock Piri-Piri Chicken


Summer has come to a close and autumn is well and truly on its way. Blustering winds, cooler temperatures and swiftly shortening days mean it will soon be time to wrap up warm and to make the most of the wonderful autumn produce on offer. Time to say goodbye to those fresh, summer whites and replace them with the warmer, more robust reds frequently associated with colder temperatures.
26.08.15

What to drink with Fish Pie?


Fish Pie is a quintessentially British recipe. Easy to make and absolutely delicious, it is also a great dinner party dish - with a limited amount of last minute preparations needed it’s a winner in my book! However, where do you start when matching a fish pie with wine?
24.07.15

Five Ways to Open a Bottle of Wine Without a Corkscrew


For that moment when you find yourself without a corkscrew and unable to open that bottle of wine; here are five ways to open a bottle of wine without a corkscrew. Obviously, if you do have a corkscrew to hand, it is a lot easier to go down the more traditional route…




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