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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

Gonzo Cru Classé

Fear & Loathing in Fiesole

23-10-2012 | By: Gergely Barsi Szabó | Category: Opinions Events People Wines Italy

Sangiovese-fuelled rampage with pork, Klezmer music amidst Renaissance scenery. » More

Gonzo Cru Classé

Italy`s mountain fizz

20-08-2012 | By: Gergely Barsi Szabó | Category: Matching Opinions People Sparkling Tastings Italy

A post dinner conversation with Italy`s top sommelier shows a perfect prosecco alternative. » More

Gonzo Cru Classé

Tirol's gold

24-07-2012 | By: Gergely Barsi Szabó | Category: Opinions Wine style Red only Italy

Yet another grape varietal to discover... What happens when a lost World War creates a perfect climate for a spicy red? » More

Gonzo Cru Classé

Communist Cocktails vol 1.

30-06-2012 | By: Gergely Barsi Szabó | Category: Hungary Opinions People Wines Spirits & Cocktails

The discovery of the red cocktail culture starts with a cosmic hangover. » More

Peach Pubs

British Summer Like No Other

14-06-2012 | By: Jo Eames | Category: White only England

I keep reading that this is the moment when English wine finally takes off. The supermarkets are reporting sales increases over the Jubilee of anything between 90% and 300%. There’s definitely real interest, and a growing popular hope that “English wine sparkling” – yes, that episode of The Apprentice helped too – may be another stick we can beat the French with in years to come. » More

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Forwards and upwards

22-03-2012 | By: Chris Losh | Category: Opinions Wines Business

A lonely battle, with duty nearly doubled in a decade » More

Taster, tutor and judge

Natural's not enough

06-01-2012 | By: Peter McCombie | Category: Opinions Wines Tastings

My problem starts with the quasi-religious, high moral ground that its fans claim » More

Through the lens

Local Food, Local Wine

06-01-2012 | By: Justine Trickett | Category: Wines New Zealand England Italy

The joys of matching local food and wine, from the rustic to fine cuisine » More

From food to wine

How to win Wine List of the Year!

20-09-2011 | By: Christine Parkinson | Category: Competitions Wines England

Happy people tell the world how they feel, so I’m going to tell you how Hakkasan won the Wine List of the Year competition! » More

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Taste the difference

13-09-2011 | By: Chris Losh | Category: Wines Tastings

Two tastings I attended last week reminded me of what can be good about wine » More

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The customer is always...wrong?

25-07-2011 | By: Chris Losh | Category: Opinions Service Sherry Venues

When service doesn't stand up to the setting » More

Wine & Bread

Apparently it is English Wine Week.

02-06-2011 | By: Garry Clark | Category: Opinions Wines England

What are you doing for English Wine Week? Well probably not much because i will bet that you probably had no idea. » More

Peach Pubs

I May Not Know Much...

30-05-2011 | By: Jo Eames | Category: White only

Having spent spent barely ten years educating myself in a certain corner of the wine trade (that is, the wines that suit gastropubs) it was first a shock, and then deliciously amusing to find that maybe, just maybe, that’s an area I now know a bit more about than one of the grand old men. » More

The spirit of wine

Home Alone

30-05-2011 | By: Mark Deamer | Category: Events Mixers & Soft drinks Wines Spirits & Cocktails Business Tastings England

So here I am pondering the decline of LIWF ( the 'L' is for London........that's London, England) and it hits me................Where da English Wine at? » More

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