Launch of the Piper Heidsieck Essentiel Cuvée Reservée

Jul 05, 17 Launch of the Piper Heidsieck Essentiel Cuvée Reservée

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Piper Heidsieck have just launched their latest cuvée, the Essentiel Cuvée Reservée Extra Brut. Last week I and a small group of wine bloggers dined with Regis Camus, the chef de cave of Piper in Central London over various bottles and vintages of Piper Heidsieck. Regis was in town to promote their newest cuvée, the Essentiel Cuvée...

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Nicholas Feuillatte – Graphic Ice for Summer

Jul 04, 17 Nicholas Feuillatte – Graphic Ice for Summer

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Nicholas Feuillatte Champagne has got something new for the summer, their new range of Graphic Ice and Graphic Ice Rosé champagnes. I can be a bit of a purist with champagne sometimes (I do like my Grower’s Champagnes) but on the other hand, why not have a bit of fun with it? Nicholas Feuillatte have released the Graphic...

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Afternoon Champagne and Cheese in Brixton

Apr 07, 17 Afternoon Champagne and Cheese in Brixton

Posted by in Champagne, Food and Wine, London

Most people consider champagne as a celebratory drink and only pop it open on special occasions. I, however, consider champange to be a wine just like any other, albeit with bubbles and it should be drunk with food (and cheese in particular goes very well) accordingly. The folks at Champagne + Fromage are also firm believers in...

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Nice work if you can get it, Devaux Champagne and Caviar matching

Feb 06, 17 Nice work if you can get it, Devaux Champagne and Caviar matching

Posted by in All, Champagne

I recently met a Caviar ambassador at a Devaux champagne and caviar pairing dinner. I mean if that’s not a dream job, I don’t know what is – having to come up with champagne and caviar food pairings. Oh sure, I suppose there is a downside, but I haven’t thought of it yet! The two seemed to be intertwined in most people’s minds so...

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English Wine arrives at The Ritz

Aug 16, 16 English Wine arrives at The Ritz

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English wine used to literally be a joke in the wine industry, not in part due to the fact that it was thought that this country was too wet and soggy to actually produce quality wine. But, an intrepid band of wine pioneers planted the first vines back in the 50’s and with a big push in the 90’s and early 2000’s,...

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