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This is a longer version of an article also published in the Financial Times. As one who has experienced both, I can tell you that it's much more fun to be married to a restaurant critic than...

Author of the oldest continuous Chinese-language wine column in the world, Poh Tiong Chng of Singapore, was at last week's Bordeaux MW Symposium and announced that he was just about to publish...

The admirable Tim Hanni MW of the Napa Valley has been rattling our cages recently – not least by building on his researches into how different all our palates and preferences are. See, for...

We have great pleasure in publishing a summary of Dutchman Peter Klosse’s revolutionary approach to matching wine and food, based on a new theory of flavour and texture. His work has been...

Rodrigo Mainardi, Brazil: I've had some very nice food and wine experiences recently. A good friend of mine who is a terrific cook invited seven friends to a very long lunch last Saturday...

Kim Wachtveitl, Thailand: I am looking for a book which describes wine and food matches/pairing more...

See also Gorka Izagirre 2012 Bizkaika Txakolina , last Friday's wine of the week. Just outside Bilbao, the Gorka Izagirre 'project', and it has to be called that for it is more than just a...

Once upon a time, there was a wine magazine called Wine magazine. If you don't remember it, and/or don't live in the UK where it was published, you can probably imagine it: it contained news...

Nick and I were lucky enough recently to get a table at El Celler de Can Roca, the family-run restaurant in the Girona suburbs that we've been visiting since this first visit in 2005 ....

This is a longer version of an article also published in the Financial Times. See this thread on food and wine matching on our Members' forum and some (free) practical suggestions on food...

Had a lovely Sunday lunch yesterday. Very simple. Just Nick and I in our garden in the Languedoc - one of rather few days we are here alone. No cooking involved (the temperature has been in the...

Dhruv Sawhney of Delhi is perhaps India's most respected wine collector and connoisseur. He was captain of his Cambridge college wine-tasting society. So were both his sons. At the same college,...

This article was also published in the Financial Times. The two very best times of the year to visit Jerez in Andalucia, southern Spain, are June and early October, I learnt while standing at...

Last week's Copa Jerez food and sherry matching competition was a revelation in how versatile Andalucía's most underrated wine is. Indeed, if I have one criticism of the choices of the six...

See Friday's Wine of the week . On Tuesday I had the huge pleasure of being one of five judges of Copa Jerez, a biennial competition in the sherry town (still basking in high temperatures)...

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