We’ve just been refreshing our Chardonnays. We got in two new, top notch Burgundies – the Rully in the picture (left) and a cracking Chassagne Montrachet.
But at the same time we
There are a few wines back in after differing lengths of absence:
After a couple of weeks waiting for stock to arrive from the continent with one of our suppliers, we welcome back Kensal favourites, Crémant de Die and our Alsace Riesling (great value, minerally, dry Riesling).
After more than a month, we now have the new vintage (2019) of the Defaix Bourgogne Blanc, a super crisp, refreshing, flinty white Burgundy from a Chablis producer in the north of the region
And after 18 months absence, we are absolutely delighted to welcome back the gorgeous, biodynamic/organic Bourgeois Diaz ‘3C’ Champagne – which now
I believe it’s 16 weeks that have passed between the end of the Great British Bog Roll Buy Off and the start of The Summer of Love 3.0 – “The Daisy Nook Mix”. Never has The Chemical Brothers’ Out of Control seemed more appropriate.
Of course, the big dairy date for this weekend is “Independence Day”, alternatively the celebration of American independence from British rule, the day the pubs open, or, somewhat ironically, the day the pubs close in at least a handful of American states. But this weekend in England all but Leicester’s pubs open for non-essential drinking and the world’s largest