David Porter's Wine List

What I'm Drinking Now
At this time of year I find my self reaching to the wine-rack for something red and juicy. Of course there is always a moment when I just want some White and I love pure, bright wines full of energy and vim. The ludicrously joyful wines from >Manni Nossing are often opened, but the brilliant value Legras Blanc de Blancs is fine and bright and dangerously drinkable or the English Sparkler from Dorset - Tuscan reds which keeps the wine incredibly moreish and these wines just work so well with food. Bordeaux too always takes up a good stretch of the wine rack at home. When you find a good quality Claret that does not break the bank - yet still tastes like it is from Bordeaux - it's a rare joy. Mercurey from Francois Raquillet or one of our fantastic Beaujolais growers. He there are a raft of incredibly well-crafted wines, soft and generous - yet with a sophistication you would being paying at least twice the price for if they were made just an hour further north, in Burgundy.
David Porter in the vines
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