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Corinthia cocktails

Battle of the bubbles

07-03-2014 | By: Stefano Cossio | Category: Opinions Champagne Sparkling Italy

Choosing the Mini over the Ferrari » More

A sommelier story

Top training, top sommeliers

10-12-2013 | By: Fergus Muirhead | Category: Events People Wines Business Service Champagne

How I learnt to love the Ateliers Ruinart programme » More

The spirit of wine

When Humble Pie Tastes Good

26-03-2013 | By: Mark Deamer | Category: Opinions Gamay France

Some times it is a pleasure to be proved wrong » More

On the rum

Rum is Fun and Champagne is on the wane according to British shoppers.

14-03-2013 | By: Ian Burrell | Category: Rum & Cachaca Champagne Sparkling England News

According to The Office for National Statistics, which bases its monthly calculation of inflation on 700 goods and services throughout Great Britain, Rum is Fun and Champagne is on the wane » More

Imbibe Editor

Ou est le Maconalds?

25-10-2010 | By: Chris Losh | Category: Opinions France

Foodcrime in France had me pining for home » More

Peach Pubs

Funny Old Week

19-07-2010 | By: Jo Eames | Category: Languedoc-Rouisillon Grenache Red only Rosé only

Two very different Fridays - wine the common thread. » More

Peach Pubs

Train Travel & Champagne - A Cautionary Tale

24-06-2010 | By: Jo Eames | Category: Opinions Champagne Sparkling News

Of all the Calendar Reminders that can pop up on your BlackBerry, the one that says: Monday 9.30am Eurostar to Champagne is probably the best. » More

The Travelling Sommelier

Chateau Leoville Barton vertical tasting and dinner with Anthony Barton

09-06-2010 | By: Robert Giorgione | Category: Cabernet Sauvignon Red only Bordeaux

Phew!! What an extremely busy month May was for me this year. Not only did I celebrate my 40th birthday, but also I was involved in many vinous and epicurean shenanigans and activities. Hence, a sincere apology for my belated blog post. They have now been stacking up and my output has been reduced to around one or two a week. I've also started tweeting too! Hmmm...exciting stuff ahead. » More

The Travelling Sommelier

Real Wine, Slow Food and erupting volcanoes

11-05-2010 | By: Robert Giorgione | Category: Opinions People Wines Business Tastings France Italy

You know when you are waiting for a bus and you seem to be waiting for ages and then three come along all at once? I had one of those experiences recently,at trio of wine tastings » More

The Travelling Sommelier

Biodynamic wines and a masterclass by a true maestro

07-05-2010 | By: Robert Giorgione | Category: Opinions People Chenin Blanc Tastings France

A lot of people say that you never forget where you were at the time JFK was shot or when Elvis died. In addition, you always never forget the first bottle of wine you bought. » More

Taster, tutor and judge

Bordeaux 2000 – Ten Years On

23-03-2010 | By: Peter McCombie | Category: Events Red only Tastings Bordeaux

An invitation to taste fifty of the best wines from the iconic 2000 vintage was not too difficult to accept. » More

Imbibe Editor

Adieu, not au revoir

12-03-2010 | By: Chris Losh | Category: Opinions Events Wines Tastings France

On this evidence, France is bidding a final goodbye to the mass market. » More

From food to wine

Sauvignon Blanc de Loire

22-02-2010 | By: Christine Parkinson | Category: Matching Competitions Business Asia White only Tastings France USA England

Project Sauvignon Blanc de Loire.... I’m sure you all thought ‘Sancerre’ or Pouilly-Fumé when you read that? » More

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