db’s Lucy Shaw heads to the new private members’ club at The Four Seasons for Château Latour poached foie gras and seared scallops with smoked mash. The concept: Watch out 67 Pall Mall, competition has arrived in the form of shiny new private members’ club Ten Trinity Square at The Four Seasons in Tower Hill, which boasts, among other delights, a Château Latour ‘discovery room’.
Italian Wine Podcast, a weekly English-language podcast dedicated to shining a light on some of Italian wine’s most colourful characters, has celebrated its first birthday. Biodynamic winemakers and Italian Wine Podcast host Monty Waldin in full swingWith 87 episodes under its belt, the podcast launched on SoundCloud last March. Its first episode featured an interview conducted by English-born, France-based vintner Monty Waldin with Elisabetta Gnudi Angelini of Altesino winery.
@christoovin Hey Christopher, I've just sent you an email as I'm writing a feature on London's largest wine lists and would love to interview you for the piece. Look forward to hearing from you! Best, Lucy
@ElvisZiakos Hi Elvis, hope you're well. I'm writing a feature on London's largest wine lists for @teamdb and would love to interview you for the piece. Could you please DM me your email address so we can chat more about it? Best, Lucy
@LuisGutierrezSD Hi Luis, it's Lucy from @teamdb – I'm writing a feature on Spanish reds and would love to get your thoughts for the article. Could you please follow and DM me your email address so we can speak about it further? Saludos! x
@ferrancentelles Hi Ferran, it's Lucy from @teamdb I'm writing a feature on Spanish reds and would love to interview you for the feature. Could you please follow and DM me with your email address so we can chat more about it? Saludos x
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Selecting a term
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