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Cabbages (and things)

Dinner last night, after a weekend of fairly gluttonous feasting, was a nearly meat-free dish of white cabbage wedges, thickly pot-roast on a bed of beans, bacon and leeks; taking around an hour and a half of hands-off cooking, it was reasonably delicious, although it would have been more so if the cabbage had been fermented first. 383 more words


A quick Business Lunch

Alongside many others, here’s a wine that I had on the #weekend with many thanks to Albion wine shippers tasted with Noble Rot 56 more words


Dessert wine

Dessert wines have always seemed like the rabbit hole of the wine world to me. Does anyone besides 20th century counts and countesses actually drink them? 1,562 more words

Noble Rot

Giles Coren might have published his review of Noble Rot yesterday, but it’s always good to compare notes. You can read my piece here on bbrblog.com.

Paul Draper on California Wine, Winemakers He Admires, and The Wine That Changed His Life

As part of a feature in the UK publication, Noble Rot, Paul Draper shares his insights on the following six questions:

1. What was the wine that changed your life? 441 more words

Ridge Vineyards

WWW: Wonderful Wine Writing

I’ve been doing a lot more reading than writing recently, so what better way of getting back into the swing of things than sharing some of the most enjoyable pieces I’ve come across. 459 more words


Noble Rot

I have been hearing things about Noble Rot for a few weeks now. As soon as I saw the name, I knew my husband would want to go and give it a try. 694 more words