Honeybees arrive at our Hampshire warehouses

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As two beehives are installed in the garden behind our Basingstoke warehouses, Emily Holden explains what all the buzz is about
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Category: Food & Wine,Miscellaneous

Chablis’s rock-star duo: Eleni and Edouard Vocoret

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Burgundy may be home to some of the world’s most desirable wines, but its producers are – for the most part – humble farmers. Eleni and Edouard Vocoret, who craft thrilling wines in Chablis, don’t necessarily fit that description; Will Heslop introduces a duo that stand out from the crowd – for all the right reasons
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Category: Burgundy Wine

The ultimate apéritif: three simple summer canapés

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Summer snacks, photographed by Joe Woodhouse
Photograph: Joe Woodhouse
A warm summer’s evening deserves to be savoured – and there’s no better way to do so than with a glass of something cold in hand, not to mention something to nibble on. Whether you’re hosting for four or 40, our Head Chef Stewart Turner has compiled three simple canapés that are destined for the aperitivo hour
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Category: Food & Wine

A west-coast wonder: Washington’s Andrew Will

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Will Camarda at the Andrew Will winery. Photograph: Jason Lowe
For all too long, Washington State has been the poor cousin of American wine. But Andrew Will is one of a handful of wineries that has slowly but surely been challenging the state’s place in the vinous pecking order. We sent Alexis Self to talk to Will Camarda, winemaker at the estate
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Category: New World