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Hamish Anderson: the complex world of wine and food matching

Food and wine matching is complex – and one of the best trump cards that a sommelier can playDuring our latest menu change for the Rex Whistler Restau

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Closed kitchen, open bar: Opinion

Back in February celebrated chef David Chang wrote a piece in Lucky Peach, which in turn was a response to a short essay by even more celebrated chef

Spirits & Cocktails

Changing of the times: Michael Butt

An impending Significant Birthday sees our columnist reflecting on changes in taste and fashionSometime between the inevitably late submission of this

Mixers & More

Opinion: The world's first 'milk sommelier'

Yes. You heard it right. A milk sommelier.Blame Ronan Sayburn MS.

Spirits & Cocktails

Philip Duff: Why on earth do people start craft liquor brands?

In the first in a five-part series, Philip Duff asks (and hopefully) answers why people start craft liquor brands Well, there’s moo-lah, for one.

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Editor's comment: Election results

Well, no-one saw that coming.

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Keep calm and carry on: The London Bridge attack

A third terrorist attack in as many months and it brought with it all the usual emotions: disbelief, anger, pride at the way the emergency services an

Wine

The priorities of Champagne – Hamish Anderson

Successful brand it might be, but perhaps the time has come for a rethinking of priorities in ChampagneIt is often lamented in the wine trade that the

Spirits & Cocktails

Philip Duff: Why on earth do people start craft liquor brands?

In the first in a five-part series, Philip Duff asks (and hopefully) answers why people start craft liquor brands Well, there’s moo-lah, for one.

News

Editor's comment: Election results

Well, no-one saw that coming.

News

Keep calm and carry on: The London Bridge attack

A third terrorist attack in as many months and it brought with it all the usual emotions: disbelief, anger, pride at the way the emergency services an

Wine

The priorities of Champagne – Hamish Anderson

Successful brand it might be, but perhaps the time has come for a rethinking of priorities in ChampagneIt is often lamented in the wine trade that the

Wine

Who would be a winegrower?

What must it be like preparing your vineyards all winter, seeing the first shoots of life appearing in your fields, then having to live with the grim

Wine

Who would be a winegrower?

What must it be like preparing your vineyards all winter, seeing the first shoots of life appearing in your fields, then having to live with the grim