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The City of Light’s previously lacklustre bar scene is back on dazzling form, says an impressed Naren Young, as he reports back from a recent jaunt to Paris
Aspall’s Henry Chevallier-Guild talks to Susanna Forbes about cider and sushi, looking like Jesus and the annual World Pickled Egg Championships
Some top-notch bottles from Carte Blanche Wines
Over 1,800 wines, 80 sommeliers, 6 days of tasting plus a decider for the Food Match medals… and the SWA 2013 results are in!
Wines that made the grade this week, from Italy, Germany and Austria
Champagne List Dysfunction (CLD) is a common problem for many restaurants of a certain age. Expert Fizziologist Xavier Rousset of Texture and 28°-50° tells you what to do when the bubbles go flat
The global economy has seen champagne houses put premiumisation on hold and concentrate instead on non-vintage. With sugar levels the key, Giles Fallowfield heads to the region to find out what the various houses are doing with their dosage
The worrying situation with German wines is symptomatic of the general malaise in the UK market as a whole
Despite a lengthy beer heritage – including being the birthplace of pilsner lager – Eastern European brewers are currently suffering something of an identity crisis. Is it all down to the dumplings, wonders Nigel Huddlestone?
Spring’s here and the economy is on the mend, but the greatest reason for optimism is Europe’s 2009 vintage
Everyone knows about the drinks heritage of Bordeaux, Pilsen and Speyside. But Burton-on-Trent? From Irish nuns to IPA, Nigel Tarn takes a look at the epicentre of the British brewing industry and the beers it produces
Many comments have been made about Spain’s new premium single-estate Pago wines. Could they be the country’s answer to grand cru, or are they mere marketing hype to fleece the unwary? Sarah McCleery puts Spain’s hot properties under the spotlight
The bartenders of old were fully aware of sherry’s huge potential as a cocktail ingredient. Time, says Naren Young, that you let Jerez’s finest shake its bounty once again
For sommeliers and the wine-buying public alike nowhere polarises opinion like Bordeaux. Joe Fattorini dons his tweed jacket to find out which of the region’s wines restaurants should be spreading on their toast
With the exception of the Liverpudlians, perhaps, most people would agree that Manchester now offers some of the best nightlife in the North West. To launch our new City File series, Imbibe went in search of the bars and restaurants that make this celebrated city tick