Our latest press mentions in April: Victoria Moore's article exploring a wide array of our wines for Easter. The rosé season is back in the press and our latest 2019 vintage has been tasted (and approved) by The Times and The Daily Mail.
Is there anything that beats a good Dinner Party? Coming together to share delicious food, exciting wines, and lively conversation with friends now seems more essential than ever before – but how to have that experience now? In recent weeks, technology has really stepped up to the plate, changing the way we work, play, and socialise.
Our Wine & Food Pairings for Easter With all that is happening with the world at present it is easy to forget that we are just over a week away from Easter. Whilst probably not at the top of everyone’s priority list, we thought the distraction of focusing on some yummy food and wine would be just what was needed.
This might seem a funny time to be launching a new range, but these are such perfect comfort wines that we just had to get them out there. Read (a lot) more below about the origins of these wines – and the name.
‘a whiff of wet oilskin’, ‘like a pretty child with an upturned nose’ – tasting notes from one of the greats. In the midst of all the current gloom and uncertainty, take a moment to celebrate the long life of Michael Broadbent MW, who died on Wednesday night, timing his exit elegantly as you’d expect. Think about raising a glass in his memory over the weekend.
Full bodied red wines and rosé were on the press' radar this February. Benefit from our case price discount in red by buying a 12 bottles of the same wine or mix your favourite ones. The Sunday Times, Review: the best half bottles of wine to buy now, Will Lyons, 23/02/2020: 2018 Rosé Domaine Tempier £28.
Every January the small village of Ampuis in the Northern Rhone plays host to the annual Marché aux vins, a salon that attracts a global audience of Syrah and Viognier enthusiasts, collectors and buyers.
It’s the busiest moment of the year for our team as we try to help everyone get the right wines into their glasses as well as the perfect presents into people's stockings for Christmas.
It may be surprising to know that most of the states of the US produce wine. But, of course, most of the American wines that hit these shores are from California. From the earliest days of Spanish settlers, through waves of various European migrants, surviving the vicissitudes of Prohibition, to the modern internationally recognised industry of today, wine has always been part of the Californian scene.
Bordeaux has broad horizons. A maritime city in a former imperial power with a rich viticultural resource, it has always traded well beyond its own borders. England's seemingly unquenchable thirst has been its mainstay but by the late 18th century wines were travelling much further afield on a regular basis.
Our very own Angus Barcroft was lucky enough to be granted a place on L'Academie du Champagne's summer course. This is no industry jolly. The week includes lectures led by the principals and winemakers of the sixteen member Houses covering all aspects of Champagne from viticulture to marketing.
BYOB Corkage at Lorne - July Only Our lovely friends at the brilliant Lorne Restaurant in Victoria have a very special corkage offer for customers in July. For all Saturday bookings they would like to extend an offer of £5 corkage, so that you can dig in to the cellar and bring out that special bottle you have been meaning to drink and take it along to enjoy with their exceptional food.