Tag: chardonnay

A fire-cooked feast: barbecued turbot

When Brat – Tomos Parry’s Shoreditch restaurant – opened last year, the internet was flooded with gushing praise (including ours) of its trademark turbot dish. As barbecue season opens, our Head Chef tells you how to recreate the iconic dish at home

What to drink in 2019: Burgundy

In the final instalment of our cellar updates, our Burgundy Buyer Adam Bruntlett reviews recent vintages of both white and red Burgundy, advising which wines should be drunk this year

Easy as ABC: Jim Clendenen

Au Bon Climat’s Jim Clendenen is one of the most colourful characters in wine. As the wine he has made for our own-label range lands on the shelves, Sophie Thorpe sits down with the man himself

The mighty Giaconda

Small in scale but mighty in reputation, Giaconda is an undisputed star of the Australian wine scene. Sophie Thorpe visits its home, the little-known and secluded region of Beechworth, to catch up with winemaker Nathan Kinzbrunner