Month: March, 2020

Store-cupboard recipes: bagna càuda

With Piedmont still at the forefront of our minds, our Head Chef looks to his store-cupboard for inspiration. The result is a simple recipe taking advantage of relatively few ingredients – perfect for quarantine cooking Bagna càuda is a staple in Piedmont. Often seen as an appetiser, it’s served warm – a little bit like […]

Bordeaux 2010 revisited

When we first released Bordeaux 2010, the headline read “The Best Yet?”. After a recent tasting of the vintage in bottle, Bordeaux Specialist Philip Moulin considers where this lauded year lies in the pantheon of great Bordeaux vintages The opportunity to taste all of the top wines from one of the great Bordeaux vintages is […]

Bringing Barolo back

This corner of Piedmont has never been as exciting as it is today. As we release our offering of 2016 Barolo, our Buyer Matt Smith traces the region’s evolution It feels like the 2016 vintage confirms the start of a new golden age for the Langhe and its two iconic wines of Barolo and Barbaresco. […]

Give in, take out

While restaurants have been forced to close, it doesn’t mean you don’t have access to their cooking or produce. Sophie McLean from our wholesale arm, Fields, Morris & Verdin, rounds up a few of the innovative options being offered by a few of the restaurants we work with In the last few days, as the […]