In his latest series, Jamie’s Super Food, Jamie is in Sardinia, visiting a winemaking family’s vineyard and investigating the health claims linked to their local speciality.
A pan of warming, spiced mulled wine (also called Gluhwein) is dead simple to make – it’s the taste of Christmas in a glass. The classic recipe is a celebration of traditional festive spices, like cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg.
A true marvel of the new world, Chile’s cooler climate means you can take your pick of delicate pinots, sauvignon blancs and even rieslings
Easter lunch is of the great foodie celebrations of the year, so I’m going to gently roll two grape varieties in your direction to make sure it’s perfect.
Wine cocktails aren’t common, so we’ve come up with a wicked twist on ‘The Last Word’; an old gin classic favoured by prohibition anarchists.
As Jamie’s trip comes to a close, I thought it a good time to write about a few of my favourite wines from a country that is still a little misunderstood.
I’ve matched some great Jamie recipes with some gorgeous wines to make your evening in all the better.
There are oodles of undiscovered gems out there, and we’ve picked out a few suggestions to get you started…
Ever wished that you knew which kind of bubbles to buy for Christmas? Well, here’s the simple guide to picking the perfect sparkling tipple.
Jim Tanfield goes to a Maltese vineyard near the ancient capital of Mdina trying the beautiful chardonnay and surprisingly excellent merlot.