Champagne & Sparkling

The wines we love…

It’s that time of year again. Shopping arcades turn into a sea of red and pink, cute chubby teddy bears line up offering bouquets of heart-shaped chocolates, and panicked shoppers bolt around trying to grab the most thoughtful-looking bunch of flowers. Happy Valentine’s Day! Whatever your thoughts on this most Read more

By Corney & Barrow, ago
Everyday Wine

Matching wine and pancakes

Pairing wine with pancakes can be a great combination. Below are some typical pancake formats with suggested matching wines. Pancakes with sugar & lemon If you like your traditional sugar and lemon pancakes, try a lightly sweet wine such as a delicately tangy Muscat to compliment the citrus sweetness. Pancakes Read more

By Corney & Barrow, ago
Everyday Wine

January is a time for …

With many of us taking on New Year’s Resolutions, January is becoming known under many alternative names, for example, ‘Dryuary’, intended for those brave folk who have decided to give up drinking for the month altogether. (Incidentally, if you are following the alternative ‘Ginuary’, you can find our delicious Own Read more

By Corney & Barrow, ago
Food & Wine

Festive Party Pairings

I adore cooking, and eating, but only at my leisure. Few things amputate the appetite faster than the manic rush of last minute food preparation before guests arrive at your home. These days I write, and cook, from the perspective of a working mother of two adorable, but very small Read more

By Debbie Rosenberg, ago
Food & Wine

What to drink this Thanksgiving…

Everyone does Thanksgiving differently. But the thing we think we can agree on – we all look forward to the food (and of course, the wine). We asked Account Director, David Britain what’s on his table. It depends where we are! We’ve done Thanksgiving lunch in London, and with the whole family all Read more

By Corney & Barrow, ago
Burgundy

Bonneau du Martray dinner

I have worked with the Bonneau du Martray wines since the 2000 vintage so all the usual bias warnings apply here. This was a rather different dinner because it was a chance to say “au revoir” (but certainly not a full good bye) to Jean-Charles Le Bault de la Morinière Read more

By Will Hargrove, ago