1. Churchill’s Mulled Wine
    Here's our favourite mulled wine recipe that will surely keep you warm.
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  2. The 2018 Harvest in Bordeaux – Weird and Wonderful
    You would have thought that with over 20 harvests under my belt, (for Jacques is it over 40), we have seen it all and it is easy to blithely compare the current vintage to a previous one. The 2018 vintage was so bizarre that even the 2016 vintage which was another “Janus” vintage of one-half year wet and one-half year dry, makes for a difficult comparison.
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  3. Why Family-owned wineries work best
    For the last year, I have spent time visiting ten extraordinary family-run wine estates throughout Europe researching a book on Great Wine Families which will be published this month by Lannoo in Dutch.  I wanted to examine the changes that have happened in the wine world over the last few decades and understand the reasons why some producers have had enormous success and have risen to the top of the wine hierarchy.  What are the ingredients that help some producers survive? 
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  4. Harvest 2018 by david thomas
    Fiona's busy with the harvest at our three domains in Bordeaux, but in the meantime, we invite you to read David Thomas' blogs on the harvest at Le Pin.
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  5. En primeur: The 2017 vintage tasted
    Two factors have dominated the press regarding the 2017 vintage in Bordeaux: one is the devastating frost that hit Bordeaux at the end of April 2017 on three consecutive nights...
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  6. Broiled Salmon
    An extremely addicting and easy salmon recipe for every occasion.
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