KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES AFTER 20 YEARS AT THE TOP

For The Foodies, Sparkling

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There are certain people you meet in life that just impress you.  When two of them are married to eachother then you’re pretty sure they’ll have achieved something pretty special over the years. That’s definitely true of Roger and Sue Jones, and last week I was lucky enough to be there as they celebrated 20 years of their Michelin Star restaurant, The Harrow at Little Bedwyn, with friends and family.  And there were some mighty wines to help us on the way…

My Top Ways To Spend A Summer

Wine Industry, wine tasting, Wine Tours
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Hanging out with my new mate Pru the eagle owl at Glenmorangie House

Got asked a few weeks back by the chief himself, Richard Siddle of The Buyer, to answer a few questions on what I like to get up to in the summer.

Well we’ve only got a couple of weeks left of it, so let’s get this one out there.

We’ve got DIY, Red Dwarf, and looking forward to Liverpool’s season this year…

…and I’m only joking about the kidnapping.

Is This One Of The Worst Injuries For A Wine-o?

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I remember years ago, before the 2002 World Cup, David Beckham breaking a metatarsal bone in his foot.  It made headline news for weeks to see if England’s star player would make the biggest tournament in football.  It’s not exactly ideal if your foot’s out of action as a footballer.  Same thing when mates of mine break their fingers and hands playing rugby.  Not ideal. And it’s struck me in recent days that the same is true when you’re foodie and wine-o and your mouth decides to rebel!