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On the road

  • An adventure in Lebanese wine: Part One - Tom Harrow for FT How to Spend It

    Our Wine Director Tom Harrow aka WineChap had a few unforgettable days exploring Lebanon's food and wine scene (and considerable volumes of Arak), including visits to Massaya, one of the world's highest wineries, and Chateau Musar. Continue reading

  • Roll Like Charles – From Dusk to Dawn

    Last month, we were back in Porto Cervo at the Rolls Royce Studio, hosting events to showcase the launch of two new RR models: the Wraith Dusk - silver with fetching purple ostrich skin interior and the Emerald Dawn – homage to Costa Smeralda of course. Continue reading

  • Epernay to Beaune Winehunt

    Our wine guru Tom Harrow a.k.a. WineChap in Urban Junkies about the perfect vinous car ride. 

    This year, we’re feeling the road trip –nothing says freedom like the wind in your hair- and for Easter, we’re thinking of something close to home. Tom Harrow from Honest Grapes has given us his stopover list for the classic wine route from Epernay to Beaune. Rolls (what he rolled in), optional. Continue reading

  • London’s Champagne Popups (and a good thing too)

    From our chairman, Nathan:

    For all lovers of Champagne, London is a great place to be this Spring. My erstwhile friend Tom Harrow (@winechapUK) is hosting sessions at the amazing Dom Perignon popup in May and, as if to herald the onslaught of bubbles from the world’s most renowned sparkling wine region, this fortnight sees the Moët & Chandon Champagne Academy at the Oxo Tower. Continue reading

  • Chinese New Year Greatest Of All Time Wine Pairings: Buddha's Delight

    This is the third and last of our Chinese New Year pairings primarily because the number four is seen to be extremely unlucky in China. That aside, we have saved the best until last.

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  • Always wanted to visit the Andes?

    As much as we would like to during this grey and dreary British Winter, we can't offer you a quick dose of sun and warmth via a last-minute flight to South America. We can, however, offer you almost the same thing - six brilliant Argentinean and Chilean wines packed neatly into our Amazing Andes Pick of the Bunch case.
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  • Bicycles, Burgundy and bons viveurs - Part 1

    Our Wine Director Tom Harrow has cycled around Burgundy. Here's his report for FT How To Spend It.

    “…Good company, good wine, good welcome, can make good people…” Such sentiments from Shakespeare’s Henry VIII sum up my last trip to Burgundy – if the final “good” can translate as happy, inspired, grateful, replete, slightly saddle-sore and mildly hungover. The latter quality I blame entirely on unnecessary quantities of 1960s Calvados from the bar at Le Pic in Beaune, and not on the array of fine wines enjoyed throughout.

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  • Bordeaux Games - part two

    Left Bank or Right Bank? Bordeaux, continued...

    The next day – as the others went off for a good walk, and after I had lunched alone at the 16-seat dining table, enjoying iced Lillet Rosé and a ham baguette rustled up by Nathan Outlaw’s former sous chef – Anna took me to meet local Castillon wine hero, Thierry Valette. Thierry is an early pioneer of biodynamism. Its principles may still be practised rarely in Bordeaux, but they are finally being taken more seriously thanks to the unalloyed success of Pontet-Canet in Pauillac. Continue reading

  • Bordeaux games - part one

    Tom Harrow reports from Bordeaux for FT How To Spend It

    Visitors who spend time in London soon complain like locals about the crowds, traffic, weather, tourists, Central Line, prices etc… But it only takes a few days outside the capital before they start missing ATMs, sun-dried tomatoes, the presence of elegant footwear and being able to get a cab after 1am. Bordeaux inspires the reverse effect. Continue reading

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