Competition: Mirabeau Rosé & 'Mange Tout' by Bruno Loubet





Buy any amount of the utterly delicious Mirabeau Rosé, Côtes de Provence, 2012 this week and you will automatically enter our prize draw to win one of two copies of Mange Tout by Bruno Loubet, courtesy of Ebury Press.

As an added incentive enjoy 20% OFF Mirabeau Rosé. Enter promotional code - Mirabeau - at the basket.
 
 
“Intensely fruity and enthrallingly bright. Delicate, classy and perfect paired with shellfish.” Olly Smith, Daily Mail
 
'Mange Tout' by Bruno Loubet, Ebury Press, £25

Bruno Loubet is an icon of the food world and a man revered for his unique and sublime cooking. Drawing on the classics of the French bistro menu but with each dish given a modern twist, Mange Tout is inspired by his own upbringing and travels, and combines the traditional and familiar with ideas and ingredients taken from around the world.

With recipes for his signature dishes including Beetroot ravioli, Maple-crisp duck breast, Indochine braised beef with mango and Petits Farcis de Provence, Bruno offers a delicious mix of accessible and aspirational, all delivered with a dash of Gallic flair.
 
 
 
 
View Bruno Loubet's delicious Petits Farcis de Provence recipe from Mange Tout. Click here.
 
 

Written by: Ben Moss

Ben Moss 

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…



15.11.13

Competition: Paul Hollywood’s Pies & Puds

Buy any one of our prepackaged mixed cases of wine and you will automatically enter our prize draw to win one of two copies of Paul Hollywood's Pies & Puds courtesy of Bloomsbury Publishing.  read more


29.10.13

Competition: Pork by Phil Vickery & Simon Boddy

Buy any amount of Wyndham Estate Bin 555 Shiraz 2010 on CellarVie Wines and you will automatically enter our prize draw to win one of two copies of' 'PORK: Preparing, curing & cooking all that’s possible from a pig’ by Phil Vickery & ... read more


14.10.13

Competition: Rachel’s Everyday Kitchen & Dashwood

Buy any Dashwood product on CellarVie Wines and you will automatically enter our prize draw to win one of two copies of' 'Rachel's Everyday Kitchen: Simple, delicious family food' by Rachel Allen courtesy of Harper Collins. read more


14.10.13

Barden’s Bites: Root Vegetable Gratin from Rachel’s Everyday Kitchen

Nigel Barden writes: "Rachel Allen is part of the family who run Ballymaloe House, the excellent country house hotel based in Shanagarry, Co. Cork and the internationally famous cookery school that's attached to it. read more


30.09.13

Competition: Vinho Verde & 'Everyday & Sunday recipes from Riverford Farm'

Buy any amount of the award-winning Vinho Verde, Quinta de Azevedo 2010 while it’s still in stock and you will automatically enter our prize draw to win one of two copies of 'Riverford Farm – Recipes for Everyday & Sunday' by Guy Watson ... read more


02.09.13

Competition: Nederburg Noble Late Harvest and Skinny Weeks & Weekend Feasts by Gizzi Erskine

Buy any amount of the delicious and award-winning Nederburg Winemakers Reserve Noble Late Harvest before the 2nd September and you will automatically enter our prize draw to win one of two copies of 'Skinny Weeks and Weekend Feasts' by ... read more


12.08.13

Barden's Bites: Feta, Dill & Beetroot Savoury Cheesecake

Nigel Barden says: Rejina Sabur-Cross has a really popular blog, Gastrogeek, and this ace recipe comes from her book of the same name, published by Kyle Books and available for £16.99. She's a British born Bengali, who taught English in ... read more


12.08.13

Competition: Etchart Privado Torrontes & Gastrogeek by Rejina Sabur-Cross

Buy any amount of the beautiful Etchart Privado Torrontes before the 2nd September and you will automatically enter our prize draw to win one of two copies of Gastrogeek by Rejina Sabur-Cross, courtesy of Kyle Books. read more


07.08.13

Self-chilling wine glasses

New self-chilling wine glass has been released that are capable of bringing your wine to the perfect temperature within minutes. read more


01.08.13

Dom Pérignon unveil 2003 vintage rosé in collaboration with artist Jeff Koons

Dom Pérignon have launched a limited edition gift box for their 2003 vintage rosé in collaboration with iconic American contemporary artist Jeff Koons. read more


31.07.13

Hostile weather wreaks havoc in Bordeaux and Champagne

A spate of serious storms has caused significant damage to some of the most iconic vineyards in Bordeaux and Champagne. read more


30.07.13

China agrees to discussions over EU wine dispute

China has taken a step back from imposing punitive tariffs on European wine producers after Beijing and Brussels agreed to end their trade dispute over levies on solar panels from China. read more


29.07.13

Barden's Bites: Petits Farcis de Provence

Bruno Loubet is a Michelin starred chef, hailing from Bordeaux, who has headed up kitchens for culinary luminaries such as Raymond Blanc and Pierre Koffmann. Having first rocked up in the UK in 1982, we lost him to Australia for eight ... read more


25.07.13

Burgundy’s vineyards ravaged by storms

Hailstorms in the prestigious wine growing region of Burgundy have caused “catastrophic” damage to this year’s crop, according to local winemakers. read more


25.07.13

Central London to welcome its first ever winery

Londoners will soon have the chance to make their own wine using premium French grapes without leaving Zone 1, thanks to the launch of central London’s first ever winery in November. read more


25.07.13

Shiraz dethroned as Halliday lauds Pinot Noir as Australia’s best wine

The 2010 Bass Phillip Reserve Pinot Noir has been awarded wine of the year at the inaugural James Halliday Wine Companion Awards in Melbourne. read more


17.07.13

CellarVie Wines meets… Quo Vadis’ Jeremy Lee

In the first of a new series on CellarVie Wines our roving ambassador, Nigel Barden, interviews notable individuals from the world of food and drink. This week the BBC Radio 2 presenter caught up with the head chef at Quo Vadis, Jeremy ... read more


15.07.13

Barden’s Bites: Sticky Ribs Recipe

Once a week our roving ambassador, BBC Radio 2’s Food and Wine expert Nigel Barden provides us with a delicious food recipe and an equally appetising wine pairing from our range to match. This week, the chairman of The Great Taste ... read more


10.07.13

The Food Artisan: Simple Simon’s Perfect Pies

Once a fortnight CellarVie Wines endeavours to unearth some of our shores’ finest and most quintessentially artisan food producers - the culinary purists who consistently champion local produce in an innovative yet deliciously tasty ... read more


28.06.13

Wine and spirit sector feels the pinch as duty escalator bites

Total alcohol sales continue to fall according to the latest Wine and Spirit Trade Association market report, which shows the duty escalator continuing to impact negatively on the sector. read more


19.06.13

The perfect wines for barbeque season

Nothing is as emblematic of summer as the Great British barbeque and although the merest suggestion of dog days inevitably results in a biblical wave of hostile weather, when the sun finally shows her beautiful big face ensure you are ... read more


18.06.13

Beautiful photographs of mid-air wine spillage by Manon Wethly

Belgium-based photographer Manon Wethly has created a stunning series of photographs that capture various liquids in a state of mid-air spillage. read more


17.06.13

Reusable wine cork reopens closure debate

The Helix wine cork is endeavouring to finally end the lengthy debate over the merits of cork or screw-top wine by combining the two. read more


17.06.13

First AOC wine in a can released in France

They are famously averse to bottling wines with screw caps or rubber corks yet one winemaker in the Languedoc-Roussillon has broken one of France’s great winemaking taboos by releasing his latest vintage in cans. read more


06.06.13

French champagne confiscated by the Nazis heads to auction

Two bottles of Champagne apprehended during World War II by the Nazis that were subsequently ‘liberated’ by an RAF serviceman are to go to auction later this month. read more


05.06.13

Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt's rosé wine sells-out in the UK

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's rosé wine has sold out in the UK within days of release at Berry Bros & Rudd. read more


04.06.13

Archaeological study unearths evidence of 2,500-year-old vintage

A chemical analysis of archaeological remains in the south of France has unearthed evidence that suggests wine was being produced there as early as the fifth century BC.  read more


31.05.13

Chenin Blanc Wine Guide

Native to the Loire Valley or an area commonly called Pineau de la Loire and grown there for over 1,000 years, Chenin Blanc is amongst the world’s most versatile grape varieties that thrives in the New World regions of South Africa, ... read more


29.05.13

Communion Wine crisis hits Catholic Church in Venezuela

The Catholic Church in Venezuela is running out of wine to celebrate Communion because of the nationwide shortages of basic supplies, according to the BBC.  read more



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