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Some top SA wines, and a little champagne too
Hops: in the glass and now on the plate
The UK snags the Dessert Trophy in this week's European final
The Wines of Roussillon Dessert Trophy UK final
Moët & Chandon launches 2004 Grand Vintage
Great Taste at The Cadogan puts beer on the menu
Harveys Cellars in Bristol reopen as sherry and tapas bar
There’s a battle going on for premium position on the digestif trolley, and it’s one that doesn’t favour the little guy. Our panellists strike a blow for the underdog with a flight of 15- to 20-year-old Armagnacs. Clinton Cawood report
Holograms, vintage champagne, and some great food matches - the launch of Dom Pérignon 2003.
Ilkley Brewery and Harrogate chef draw up beer and food-pairing chart
The Isle of Skye is the latest battleground in the war for recognition of beer’s ability to pair with top-end food.
Beer can be best for classic, hearty dishes, but how to choose? Will Beckett heads to the kitchen to find out
Older vintage champagne might not be the easiest of sells, but it can give you amazing options for food matching. Particularly, says Margaret Rand, with trickier dishes
It’s tough to get past consumer prejudice and sell Riesling, especially from Europe. But it can be done. Really… Margaret Rand talks to some top sommeliers to find out how
Many pink wines are more akin to dental mouthwash than wine. If it’s a bit of the gen-u-wine food-friendly rosé you’re after, guv’nor, you want to be lookin’ at this Provence stuff, says Giles Fallowfield