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Posted in by Caspar Bowes
24 December 2014
A Worcs walk the morning after a fine mealWe drove, two days ago, up to a fine old rectory near Pershore for dinner-and-the-night with friends from the Borders. The rectory - his parents' house - located in the Vale of Evesham with the far hedge of the Malvern Hills clearly visible in the distance.D…
I have omitted to write up a couple of exceptionally fine meals that I enjoyed during my recent stay in Singapore.I had never been to Sentosa before, but the removal of St Pierre, one of Singapore's finer and longest-standing eating establishments, to Ocean Way on the island gave cause for a visit, …
A tap, a stone basin, a brush: things outside Domaine Jobard in MeursaultIn fact, a visit to see Antoine Jobard was our first appointment of the day and not an onerous one, if I am honest. I know precious little about wine making so I perhaps experience more amazement than one versed in its arc…
Posted in by Caspar Bowes
12 November 2014
Grubbed up vines, the vineyards of Marangesand the vapours that overhung today's early morningI worked in my hotel room until 12h30 yesterday and then climbed into my car and set the satnav for Arbois in the Jura. Rapid progress was made along the peage and it wasn't more than an hour and ten minute…
Posted in by Caspar Bowes
11 November 2014
The 1er Cru Vosne-Romanee Vineyard of La Croix Rameau: the smallest in the communeSunday's drive was achieved relatively painlessly: the thick end of three hours on the UK side, 35 minutes under the English Channel on a train, then an easy five hour haul down the (largely unoccupied) French autorout…
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