Month: November, 2011

Fergus Stewart reviews Trinity restaurant, Clapham Old Town

One of my personal favourites, and also a favourite restaurant of the wine trade, is the excellent Trinity in Clapham Old Town. Billing itself as a neighbourhood restaurant, but in reality far finer than your everyday local, Trinity champion seasonal eating in a fine dining, yet relaxed manner. The wine list in varied and well-priced […]

Berrys in Burgundy – Tasting the 2010 vintage

Our annual tasting trip to Burgundy is undoubtedly one of the highlights of the year for me, and it is also one of the most challenging trips – we generally average just under 100 wines a day and these are cask samples, not the finished product.  As such they demand a great deal of attention, […]

A rising “star” in the British culinary firmament – Hand & Flowers

On the outskirts of the beautiful Georgian town of Marlow, one finds the gastropub that “would be king!” – The Hand & Flowers.  A brilliant white washed exterior expresses an almost humble non presumption of the culinary expertise and delights that await you inside. The Hand and Flowers is owned and run by Head Chef, Tom […]

Win classic wine art prints by Raymond Campbell

This December, in the spirit of Christmas, we’re offering two lucky entrants the chance to win a classic wine art print by Raymond Campbell. We’ve collaborated with Easyart Loves to bring you the work of this British artist, who is a passionate wine collector himself. Enter our prize draw and two lucky winners will be selected, at […]