Tweets of the Week

1. Mission Wine Bar in Bethnal Green are planning a 'serious' wine and food party for Sunday 24 May. Sign us up!
2.  Always wonder what to eat with Beaujolais?
3.  This cake is on the agenda for this weekend
4.  Local cheese from all over France
5.  What a grape variety's leaves look like
6.  Jolly Olly's lovely comments about the Costanza di Mineo Grillo
7.  The seven wines to know according to Wine Folly
8. Susy Atkin's guide to Summer Gin Cocktail making

9.  Scandal hits Chablis  as wine producer Jean-Claude Fromont is arrested

10. And a final one from CellarVie Wines: where to eat well  and Bring Your Own Bottle in London

Written by: Lucy Prosser

Lucy Prosser 


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