Our latest press mentions in August: The Telegraph, The Sunday Times Benefit from our case price discount in red by buying any 12 bottles from this selection - in a mixed case of your design or simply by the dozen. The Times, Review: The best wine to buy this September, Will Lyons, 31/08/2020: 2017 PINOT NOIR Spätburgunder Weingut Braunewell £15.
Our latest press mentions in July: The Times, The Telegraph, The Guardia, The Daily Mail, The Independent & Matthew Jukes. Benefit from our case price discount in red by buying any 12 bottles from this selection - in a mixed case of your design or simply by the dozen.
As part of our ‘31 Days of Riesling’ celebration we have asked our shop teams, our in-house experts, to spill the beans on their favourite German Rieslings which you can read below. Browse all of our German Rieslings here. Staff Highlights Alex Robinson - Fulham: 2018 ESSENHEIM RIESLING Kalkstein Weingut Braunewell (£17.95 | £16.
Our final Chef’s recipe is also our most simple, but no less delicious and comes from our friends at Bocca di Lupo. Click here for the recipe (.pdf) "Tagliata just means ‘sliced’ – a steak which is sliced when grilled. Sometimes, they are served plain – other times, with porcini mushrooms, or asparagus, or butter and sage, or rocket & tomato.
Our latest press mentions in June: Decanter, The Independent, The Guardian, Spectator Life & Matthew Jukes. Benefit from our case price discount in red by buying any 12 bottles from this selection - in a mixed case of your design or simply by the dozen.
There have been a fair number of ‘ifs’ about the 2019 Bordeaux En Primeur. The first and perhaps biggest was the ‘if it would happen’. With most of the world in various states of lockdown, Primeur week cancelled and critics unable to taste, the situation in April looked pretty bleak.
Wednesday was quite a day as we headed to the Rothschild family’s English home, Waddesdon Manor, for an impressive Rothschild double header – the 5 wines from the Lafite Rothschilds and 5 wines from the Mouton Rothschilds. It was a strange feeling – very reminiscent of our usual primeur pilgrimage to the great Châeaux of Bordeaux.
Although a hotly anticipated release, Cos d’Estournel, with its position next to Lafite, is arguably St Estèphe’s answer to a first growth. The 2019 was offered to us this morning with a score of 97-99 points from The Wine Advocate and sitting at £684 per 6 bottles IB.
With the weather due to return to something more normal for the time of year tomorrow, it is the perfect moment for the next instalment of our Chef’s Recipe Blog. This one is from Dave Wall at the award-winning Unruly Pig in Woodbridge, here Dave extols the virtues of Hogget and implores you to give it a try.
Vintage good to outstanding. Timing poor to appalling. Pricing might be interesting We have already expressed our sympathy with the view that the interruption of the primeur tastings in Bordeaux should really have resulted in a radical rethink of the whole en primeur circus, which, in the last ten years, has become a selling opportunity for the Chateaux rather than a buying opportunity for the consumer.