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  • Game On

    Posted on August 12, 2014 by penwardenc

    August 12th is known in the shooting calendar as The Glorious 12th, the date heralding the start of the game season for Red Grouse. The grouse makes its home in the wild heather that is in full bloom in August, creating a patchwork of vivid purple. It is here that avid hunters will gather every ...

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  • Dynamic Planeta thrills Yorkshire Post

    Posted on August 8, 2014 by penwardenc

    Award winning Yorkshire Post wine critic Christine Austin was in Sicily recently, finding time to visit the wineries of Enotria producer Planeta.
    In her wine column last week she reported on her trip to the region, praising the dynamism of Planeta “who are largely responsible for changing the direction of Sicilian wines over the last 20 ...

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  • Ridgeview puts fizz into Borough pop-up

    Posted on August 8, 2014 by penwardenc

    The Wine Pantry is showcasing Ridgeview’s London-themed English Sparkling wines this August in the heart of London’s Borough Market. They have named Ridgeview their ‘vineyard of the month’ and will be promoting four of the wines, Bloomsbury 2011, Grosvenor 2010, Knightsbridge 2010 and Fitzrovia Rosé 2010, serving by the glass from a dedicated Ridgeview bar.
    Ridgeview’s original ...

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  • A rosé glow at 50

    Posted on August 1, 2014 by penwardenc

    Champagne Jacquart have just announced it is to release a new collection of wines to coincide with the house's 50th birthday.
    The first product to be launched in this ‘Mosaïque’ Collection is a limited edition magnum of rosé Champagne, with only 600 magnums available to the UK market. The ‘Mosaïque’ collection is aptly named, describing the assemblage of wines ...

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  • Sun shines on Enotria Japanese producer

    Posted on July 30, 2014 by penwardenc

    In May Marks & Spencer became the first UK supermarket to list a Japanese wine, and it looks like the wine is set to become a summer hit with customers according to industry trade magazine Harpers and The Scotsman newspaper.
    In the last week, both publications recognised this rising star, with illuminating articles about Sol Lucet ...

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  • Portugal - the new Provence?

    Posted on July 25, 2014 by penwardenc

    Provence – has a certain ring to it, doesn’t it?  Whether it’s St. Tropez and suntan lotion, or the idyllic back-to-nature lifestyle of ‘A Year in Provence,’ one thing’s for sure: the vision will be accompanied by lashings of pale pink rosé, matched with seafood on a yacht or with a herby ratatouille served al ...

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