Yes, it’s Friday, but no, we’re not going to mention it. In fact we’re going to talk about something completely different (and a lot more interesting): Czech wine, specifically Pinot Noir.
It’s Beaujolais nouveau day, but a recent trip to the region reminded us how much more there is to the region. There’s nothing nouveau about these Beaujolais!
What better excuse for us to showcase four of our favourite wines to match a typical Thanksgiving dinner of turkey at a FREE tasting on: Thursday 19th November here at 170 Fulham Road from 16.00 to 20.00.
We are delighted to offer the fifth release of Gonzalez Byass’ rare and delicious Palmas range of sherries. These will be available for delivery only after the 20th of November.
Aficionados will remember the story, but if you have not heard it before, read on.
Reinforcing previous accolades for this superb wine from the Maremma region in Tuscany, Lea & Sandeman alumnus Will Lyons picked it out for a perfect pairing with roast lamb in his ‘The Perfect Match’ article in the Sunday Times today
You’d wonder why, sometimes, anybody bothers to grow or sell Chardonnay, except for the fact that it can be amazing and the dinner party gossip, maybe, has got it wrong.
Brilliant '99 point' Brunello - First release of Fuligni's 2010 Riserva 'The year 2010 for Brunello di Montalcino is the greatest modern vintage of Italy’s most famous red wine region. Never have the wines been so profound in quality, character, and quantity from the best hillside vineyards of Montalcino.
With eager anticipation we gathered. On the day that marked Back to the Future Day, we were jouneying back before Marty McFly to a time when the height of sophistication was a cheese and wine party. But there were to be no cubes of supermarket cheddar and pineapple on cocktail sticks for us, we were going to do cheese properly.
We were very kindly invited to a ‘preview’ of a new London restaurant which opens officially today. It brings a special emphasis on food and wine matching, and which provides a bit of fun for the vinously adventurous, (especially if they are feeling flush).
You won't get Beretta than this! (plus a free Zalto Burgundy glass on every Chacra & Rippon dozen) At this time of year, we find ourselves in the midst of Game Season with tradition suggesting that it is served simply, making it a perfect accompaniment for classic reds.
I met Angela Clifford (the ‘Tongue’) in North Canterbury at Easter this year, and fell in love with this project, with these wacky labels, but above all with the wines.