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Free Friday Tasting: 16 June 2017
Get to know Portugal in June
Discover Déthune Champagne in SW4 - Saturday 17th June at 1pm
On Saturday 17th June at 1pm we are showcasing the delicious Champagnes of Pierre and Sophie Dethune. Pop in between 1 – 4pm to taste the Ambonnay Brut (a fine Pinot Noir-dominant blend) the Cuvée Prestige (elegance itself) and the juicy Brut Rosé. A free tasting.
Get to know dry Spanish sherry: fino, manzanilla, oloroso, amontillado
Back in 1956 - the last heyday for Sherry - Ruper Croft-Cooke wrote in his guide to Sherry, “There is sherry, and there are all other wines.”
3 Rosé Styles to Try this Summer
We love the dry and light style of Rosé from Provence as much as anyone, but there are a whole Dulux colour chart of pinks to choose from - what other Rosé styles are out there in the weird and wild world of wine? Nowadays, what you will find is most popular in the UK is light, dry and refreshing rather than sweet and bright red. But it would be a mistake to judge a Rosé solely on its colour.
Why is it called India Pale Ale?
One of the questions we are asked the most is, “What does IPA stand for?” Followed swiftly by, "Why is it called India Pale Ale?
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