I attended a Photography exhibition in aid of ‘Help for Heroes’ last night in association with The Fine Art Society. They were showing a collection of photographs by AJ Heath (a family member of mine) whilst embedded with the Coldstream Guards in Central Helmand Province, Afghanistan. AJ had a very strong turnout on the night by all. I believe the saying, “Pictures of war can carry more moral meaning than thousands of words … ” is so very true… 50% of all AJ’s profits go to the Charity, Help for Heroes. See more of his fine work here.
On the night our delicious Begude Rosé was on display. As you know Jane MacQuitty picked the Begude Pinot Rosé 2010 as her “BEST ROSE” in the Times a couple of weekends ago. Please see our earlier Blog ‘The Best Begude Rose’ for more info.
Also our fantastic Prosecco was being guzzled down. We tasted dozens of Proseccos to find this gem. Soft and creamy with notes of fresh almond, pear and apple, it is refined and pure. Everything a good Prosecco should be. It finishes on lemon zest and mineral notes. Delicious.