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Long Weekend eating and drinking ideas

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The colour of Red and Rosé wine comes from the skin of the grapes. When you crush a white grape, keep the grape juice, discard the skins and allow the alcoholic fermentation to take place, you end up with a white wine.
 
If you crush red grapes and discard the skins, the juice is also clear [...]

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Miguel Merino Rioja

05/04/2016 10:26

I first met Miguel Merino back in the ‘80s when we both had more hair and I was buying Rioja for Grants of St James’s. Miguel left Bodegas Berberana to develop Navarra wines just north of the River Ebro where his force of personality was instrumental in putting Navarran wines on the international wine map. [...]

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The colour of Red and Rosé wine comes from the skin of the grapes. When you crush a white grape, keep the grape juice, discard the skins and allow the alcoholic fermentation to take place, you end up with a white wine.
 
If you crush red grapes and discard the skins, the juice is also clear [...]

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A Question of Degree

20/10/2015 13:26

What's the best temperature to drink your wine?

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Austria revisited

13/04/2015 14:08

A few days in Austria back in February, and now the wines are just about to arrive.

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New Vintage of Anarkos is back and an absolutely delicious pasta recipe to go with it.

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Thoroughly enjoying the Te Onepoto tonight, with Pea Risotto, Seona.

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Homemade Fish Finger sandwiches and Rosé Wine...yum!

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Anarkos Returns

04/08/2014 14:49

Anarchy in the heel of Italy

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