Browse Wines

Archive for 2009

46 articles in Archive
First | Prev | 1 | [ 2 ] | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | Next | Last
Meursault in the mistWhat a way to start the afternoon! A visit to the cellars of the Domaine Lafarge in Volnay is always a treat. My appointment was at two and I rang the bell as the church clock chimed the hour.I descended with Frederic Lafarge into the cellar and tasted an utterly faultless range…
The starlings' share. Clouds of the birds circle over the vineyards at this time of year knowing that a fruity meal is on the cardsI turned off the light shortly after 10pm last evening and did some serious catching up, sleep-wise. I had dined in the hotel. I am glad that I won't have to again. I me…
Chassagne and yet more sunshineLast night I wandered into town - mercifully close - to seek out a venue for dinner. I was hungry, having had a roll and a yoghurt for breakfast and a meagre filling station sandwich for lunch. The closest opportunity was presented by Bisoh, one of Beaune's two Japanes…
Vosne in the morning sunI drove to Bristol airport yesterday afternoon in a haze of tiredness. For various reasons - largely child related - I had accumulated three partially sleepless nights and I had car windows open as I drove along the A420 towards Bristol. The road cuts high over the valley in …
Posted in by Caspar Bowes
16 October 2009
The first of my captures: a hen fish of c. 8.5lbI travelled to Wales on Wednesday for a few hours of fishing the upper Wye. I have known this stretch of river for many years - since I was 16 or so - and it is where I started to learn to fly fish. It is also where I caught my first salmon.I had been …
46 articles in Archive
First | Prev | 1 | [ 2 ] | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | Next | Last
Copyright © 2021 Bowes Wine Ltd  |  All Rights Reserved
17 Market Place
SN10 1HT

t: 01380 827291