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2010 Amisfield Pinot Noir (NZ)

Med cherry red colour

Dark cherries, earth, mushroom, vanilla

Big oily texture, cherries, very smooth, earthy, spicy, stalky, rich, almost peppery at the back palate

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All for Php999!

Chili’s is one of our long time favorites, and the return of theĀ Php 999 Food For Three promo, made it even more irresistible! 310 more words


Recipe: Chicken & Chorizo Pasta Bake

On Sunday Morning, I was all prepared to make a lovely Northumbrian Lamb Casserole with a lovely bit of shoulder that I had in a vacpac in the fridge. 329 more words


The look for less

Isn’t it funny how much money we are willing to fork out to get “the look”? I’ll admit… I often consider the pros and cons of forking out a considerable amount just to get my hands on a certain product. 429 more words


Nahm (aka "Best Restaurant in Asia")

Winner of many prizes, Nahm is affordable (if not cheap) during lunch. The set menu is great value for money. Starter of Thai taco with shrimp and ham, and blue swimmer crab on rice cake. 87 more words

2012 Riposte The Sabre Pinot Noir

Light/medium cherry purple colour

Fragrant, cherries, rich, spicy, depth but restrained at this stage

Silky dark cherries, medium body, quite a chewy texture, rich, spicy, toasty coconut, tannin, some savoury fruit

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