Why Georgia Is A Hotspot For Natural Wines


They’ve been making wine for thousands of years in this Black Sea country – and now it’s at the forefront of a renaissance in traditional methods

 

Ofm’s Classic Cookbook: Elizabeth David’s An Omelette And A Glass Of Wine


Chef Margot Henderson says Elizabeth David’s words are wise and clear – and this book, a collection of recipes and robust opinions, is an essential read

 

Wines With Altitude


Pristine and fresh wines which have been grown in mountain vineyards, by David Williams

 

Soulshakers’ Blood Orange Mimosa


Cocktail of the week An eyecatching and refreshin snifter for brunch or cocktail hour

 

Quality Versus Value Wines: Can You Have Both?


Supermarket wine isn’t a bad place to start if you want to discover unfamiliar wines at a reasonable price

 

Drink In The View: Brewdog To Open Its First Uk ‘beer Hotel’


The craft beer brand has revealed plans for a 26-room hotel next to its brewery in Scotland for guests looking for a hoppy holiday – and those who just want to get drunk without leaving their room

 

Prost! How To Drink ‘beer’ Like A German Olympic Athlete


The country’s team has been knocking back the alcohol-free booze to rehydrate. Here are five to try if you want to join them

 

A London Craft Beer Brewer – In Pictures


Jaega Wise is head brewer at Wild Card Brewery in Walthamstow, London, where she produces several of the core range of beers as well as the odd special brew

 

Selections Inspired By Salvador Dalí’s Surreal Wine Book


The great artist’s left field approach somehow makes sense. By David Williams

 

Arsenic In Food And Beer – Archive, 15 February 1901


15 February 1901: A lecture given in London explains how arsenic can contaminate what we eat and drink

 
 
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