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Food and Wine Matching - June 2015

I was interested to read Elizabeth David opining on the English habit of pairing sweet and delicate spring vegetables with deeply savoury meats then matching those courses to red wines which only complimented the latter. Her suggestion was to serve the vegetable dishes as a separate course (Italian style) and to match them with a more suitable and sympathetic wine...

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Food and Wine Matching - May 2015

May is just about my favourite month not least because it's full of good things to eat. As well as asparagus and artichokes, waxy new potatoes are now available and can form a delicious dish if dressed with vinegrette, chopped hard boiled eggs and capers and perhaps chopped red onions and flat leaf parsley...

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Food and Wine Matching - April 2015

It's good to have a reliable house white - something light, fresh and unpretentious. We often serve Domaine Gardrat: Vin de Pays Charentais Sauvignon 2014 as an aperitif with Sicilian nocellara olives, Spanish corn kernels or habas fritas (fried & salted broad beans)...

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New Yapp Brothers 2015 Wine List - Out Now!

Announcing our great new 2015 Wine List, our most extensive to date! Request your free copy now.

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Food and Wine Matching - March 2015

A real treat at this time of year are the beautiful sweet and juicy blood oranges grown in Spain and Italy. Lovely to eat alone they are also good in winter salads, especially when paired with any combination of fennel, watercress, chicory and beetroot...

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