Barolo versus Barbaresco: what’s the difference?

These two regions in Piedmont produce the world’s most famous styles of Nebbiolo: but how do the wines differ? Taking its name from the autumn mists, or nebbie, which roll amongst the hills of the Langhe when this late-ripening variety is picked, Nebbiolo produces wines of serious structure. Its distinctive combination of high tannin and […]

On the pour: Condrieu

Every month we highlight one of the wines available to taste in our London Shop. This month it’s the turn of a hedonistic Viognier from its heartland, Condrieu 2018 Condrieu, Côte Chatillon, Domaine Mouton, Rhône  What is it? The new vintage from the Rhône is now available En Primeur, but this Condrieu is actually here already, offering a first taste of […]

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 […]

On the table: Emile

With a revolving door of hot new restaurant openings and pop-ups, it’s all too easy for London’s eateries to flit from our radar all too fast. But in Emile, Sophie Thorpe finds a residency that feels right at home London’s circuit of residencies and pop-ups is its own scene; a whirlwind of all-star line-ups that […]