Roaming at Roebuck

Driving up to Roebuck Estate’s ‘Home’ vineyard, situated near the tiny village of Tillington, the weather, as always, looks to be taking a turn for the worst. Large, dark grey clouds are rapidly approaching like an armada in the sky. As we look out to the distance, across the vines, a bright ray of sunshine […]

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Spanish wine | A path well trodden

Spanish wine | A path well trodden

1st Jul 2015

Written by:
Andy Kitchener

You would have thought that having already visited various wine regions of Spain on buying trips more than a dozen times over the last 25 years there would be very little that could surprise one. My latest jaunt, at the end of April, flew in the face of this idea whilst invigorating my love for […]

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Chilled red wine | Natural born chillers

Chilled red wine | Natural born chillers

1st Jul 2015

Written by:
Matthew Hennings

Chilled red wine might seem like heresy but it might be time to think again. Before you wheel the barbecue out of hibernation this year, perhaps a little vinous preparation might be in order. No doubt your fridge will be well stocked with white and rosé in anticipation of a glorious summer, but  may I […]

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Beavertown Brewery | Craft beer bonanza

Beavertown Brewery | Craft beer bonanza

20th Jun 2015

Written by:
Matt Parkinson

Brewing in London is undergoing a phenomenal renaissance at the moment, experiencing the type of growth not seen since George started mixing up some medicine. Small breweries are popping up all over the place and producing really delicious, interesting, uncompromising and experimental brews. To be a true craft brewer, like Beavertown Brewery, takes a lot […]

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