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Glenmorangie 18 Year Old | A single malt of distinction

November 30th 2016


The name Glenmorangie comes from the Scots Gaelic which means ‘valley of tranquillity’, a perfect description of the peaceful setting near Tain, its home in the Highlands. The name resonates with whisky lovers globally and we are delighted to offer the extremely rare 18-Year-Old. This esteemed single malt Scotch whisky carries enormous distinction, picking up numerous awards for its excellence year after year.

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Fantastic French Farmhouse Cheese For Christmas (or any time!)

November 28th 2016


As far as we are concerned there is only one place to get cheese. And if there is a time for really good cheese it is surely Christmas. If you have attended any of our tastings you will be well aware of just how fabulous the cheese from Maître Philippe Olivier is. Every cheese is made by carefully selected farmers from around France and aged in Philippe Olivier’s cellars.

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Tasting Burgundy 2015: Corton to Pommard

November 7th 2016


Off we set bright and early on a very foggy morning to the famous hill of Corton and the village of Pernand Vergelesses, which like the rest of the Cote d’Or was bathed in golden vines. It has to be one of the most beautiful times of year and a jaw dropping view; Mother Nature in all her splendour. Our first appointment out of the seven, was Domaine Bonneau du Martray, a legendary Grand Cru Domaine. As my initials are GC, I seem to naturally gravitate towards anything with same letters; Grand Cru ‘GC’ is therefore something I drink as often as…

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