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  • Dorina Lindemann - On Wine & Food

    Posted on April 2, 2015 by penwardenc

    Quinta da Plansel's winemaker, Dorina Lindemann, says that the natural high acidities in her reds and whites work perfectly with the spicy sheep cheeses of her homeland of southern Portugal. However, they are also a great match for cheeses from closer to home here in the UK, like our famous Stilton. 
    Quinta da Plansel
    The Quinta da ...


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  • The Taste of Tamarind...and Enotria

    Posted on March 31, 2015 by penwardenc

    This month, London journalist David Hughes reviewed Tamarind restaurant’s Taste of Tamarind set menu, including a suggested wine flight which features three Enotria wines.
    Tamarind is a Michelin starred Indian restaurant in the heart of London’s Mayfair – It was the first Indian restaurant in the world to gain a star, and is now one of ...


    This post was posted in Blog, Wines in the Press and was tagged with food and wine, reviews, Tamarind, food and wine matching

  • The Times: Jane MacQuitty on Domaine Brusset

    Posted on March 20, 2015 by penwardenc

    Jane MacQuitty reviewed Enotria's Domaine Brusset Gigondas Tradition Le Grand Montmirail 2013 in Saturday's The Times, writing that the wine was a great alternative to more costly Burgundy.
    Domaine Brusset is an 85-hectare estate in the heart of the southern Rhône, founded by André Brusset in 1947, with vineyards now established in Cairanne, Gigondas and Côtes du Ventoux. The domaine is run ...


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  • Fiona Beckett: Torello & Lobster

    Posted on March 16, 2015 by penwardenc

    Last week Fiona Beckett attended a Cava food matching dinner at Ametsa in London and came away praising Enotria’s Torello Special Edition Cava. Her ‘Match of the Week’ was created by chef Elena Arzak who paired the Torello with an extravagant Lobster dish.
    To quote Fiona: “...the most harmonious match was a dish of lobster claw with ...


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  • In the Press: Smashing Royal Wines

    Posted on March 16, 2015 by penwardenc

    Olly Smith’s wine column this weekend featured three Enotria wines – a fizz, a rosé and a red – what a hat trick!
    Olly was on board P&O Cruises’ new ship with the Queen, who was busy smashing bottles of fizz against the ship for its launch. Also in attendance were some of his fellow P&O ...


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  • Getting to grips with Grappa

    Posted on March 11, 2015 by penwardenc

    Finding it hard to understand Grappa? Follow this short guide to become an instant expert...

    So what is Grappa?
    Grappa is a spirit distilled from pomace
    But what’s Pomace?
    Pomace is the mass of grape skins, stems and stalks found in the crusher after the juice from the grapes has been extracted to make wine.
    A short history
    Traditionally a by-product ...


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