Organic September

We just blinked, and somehow, we’re half-way through Organic September already – the Soil Association’s month-long campaign to raise awareness of the many benefits of organic food and farming. To celebrate, we asked local sustainable food blogger HungryCityHippy to share her thoughts on organic food (and wine) with us – it might inspire you to …

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At the end of the nineteen sixties, the Spanish wine with the highest reputation was Vega Sicilia, from a village on the southern bank on the River Duero or Douro. This wine was made from a blend of Bordeaux grape varieties and the local Tinto del País, a clone of the Tempranillo. In the village …

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Château du Seuil

Château du Seuil lies at the extreme south-east of the Graves appellation, overlooking the river Garonne and bordering the sweet wine appellation of Barsac. This gives it the opportunity of  producing a range of wines in a variety of styles. Whilst the château itself dates back only to the nineteenth century, there have been vines …

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