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WP out of London

The great london diversity

Jean Michel is on his way back to France, trying marmite was too much for him. But, dear reader don’t worry, next week a new hero will join us! Wine Picker – Jean Michel Grobouchon: the clipRead More
Jean Michel Grobouchon is in London and he’s thirsty! Will he manage to survive in this gastronomically hostile environment? Will Wine Picker tell him what to pair marmite with? Follow his adventures, out every Thursday after the Christmas break. Wine Picker – Jean Michel Grobouchon the video  Read More
Not convinced? then next time you’re in a restaurant with a friend try the following: For desert order 2 glasses of sweet wine (preferably not fortified and aged as it will have developed more secondary aromas). Order 2 different desserts one very sweet and one not so much. Consecutively try desert 1 and sip some wine. Then do the same with dessert 2. You should find that each dessert will bring a different face ofRead More

The night after!

Although you might get lucky, sabering champagne is not as easy as it looks so don’t waste your iPhone: Tech Insider – Saber Champagne Bottle with iPhone Wine Picker – Jean Michel Grobouchon: the clipRead More

Red, White and No Blue Nun

From the first years that settlers landed in the United States, they noticed it had an abundance of various things.  Buffaloes, native population, soil perfect for growing hemp and grapes for wine.History has revealed that they treated the first three rather poorly. But as for the grapes, the climate and soil has meant the USA has been producing world quality wines for centuries. This fact was sadly not recognised by the wine snobs of FranceRead More
Sweet white wine-Monbazillac
The word sweet has invaded the modern vernacular like a verbal barbarian horde from Roman times.  Or perhaps like mildew or rot in an old dictionary, but as we will soon see some rotters can be good. Indeed like Terry Thomas of blessed memory some rotters can be positively noble. For like Terry Thomas Monbazillac wine’s owe their sweetness to a strain of noble rottenness Where once sweet simply meant the opposite to sour; itRead More
You hear a lot about migration these days people and things crossing the channel to the UK from Europe. But perhaps one of the most surprising invasions is wine, yes slowly we Brits are switching our traditional pints of foaming ale for a chilled Chardonnay or robust Rioja. What Napoleon couldn’t achieve at Waterloo, nor the Spanish with their Armada is being achieved by the far more welcome appearance of a nice glass of redRead More
Start A Day With Smile And Finish With Wine!
Fun, excitement, surprises, treasures hunt, crazy dance, stage shows and much more things complete a party. People don’t need any strong reasons to celebrate; they simply want to have fun and enjoy the party!   Sure, anyone can throw a party. Place some chips, turn on the radio, have some beer and that’s all. However, if you want an ultimate bash; a perfect food and wine pair must be the key factor! An ideal pairing ofRead More