Month: February, 2020

From our kitchen: lobster ravioli

In response to a reader’s request, this month our Head Chef Stewart Turner offers up a lavish dish. His lobster ravioli might demand a little more time in the kitchen, but they’re well worth the effort – and not nearly as complicated as you might think After our last recipe post, a reader requested the […]

Guerrilla Garnacha

Domaines Lupier is not like most Navarra wine producers. Elisa Úcar and Enrique Basarte champion the region’s old vines – proving just how extraordinary Garnacha can be. Here Lucy Bland shares a little more about their remarkable project Husband and wife team, Elisa Úcar and Enrique Basarte of Domaines Lupier really do embody the expression […]

On the pour: Geisberg Grand Cru Riesling

Each month we put the spotlight on one of the wines available to taste in our London Shop. Here we take a closer look at an outstanding Grand Cru Riesling from one of Alsace’s most famous producers, Trimbach 2014 Riesling, Geisberg, Grand Cru, Trimbach, Alsace What is it? Glorious, glorious Riesling: talk to anyone at […]

Bordeaux 2016: out of the bottle

The 2016 vintage in Bordeaux was extraordinary – scoring a rare 10 out of 10 in our books. Here, Bordeaux Specialist Philip Moulin reports on an extensive tasting of the vintage – and whether the wines live up to their reputation Over 40 years ago, a group of buyers from leading UK wine merchants gathered […]