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Discover the best walk of everything Cornish..

Posted by: Tim叔叔 on: January 26, 2012

St Agnes Beacon Begin at the National Trust car park on St Agnes Beacon, Follow the footpath east from the car park. Soon you’ll find the remains of Wheal coates tin mine, a remnant of what was once a booming industry.

Preparation for tasting begins before you hop in the car

Posted by: Tim叔叔 on: January 25, 2012

We recommend you eat something, as even if you will be primarily spitting, you will want to enjoy the taste of the wines, to. But even when you sip lightly, the alcohol levels can often add up before you know it, so you must always be on your guard.

A note about spitting (Wine tasting room)

Posted by: Tim叔叔 on: January 25, 2012

Newcomers to tasting rooms are sometimes surprised and ev en appalled to see other tasters spitting a mouth-ful of wine into the dump bucker. Actually, this is a very common and necessary practice among experienced tasters. We encourage spitting as a tasting technique, and to help keep palatyes clean, and heads clear. In crowded tasting […]

Great sleeper coach in England

Posted by: Tim叔叔 on: January 24, 2012

Unique Sleeper Coaches for use throughout the UK and Mainland Europe We have some of the nicest coaches on the circuit   Except for our “Economy” coaches, our double deck coaches are modern.   Memory foam mattresses on all bunks – the newer buses have wider and longer bunks than before. All to give a […]

2010 White Burgundy tastings

Posted by: Tim叔叔 on: January 24, 2012

On our ititial tastings, Puligny-Montrachet looks one of the more reliable performers of 2010. Reliable, pure and energetic with crisp expression of terroir. Lovely mineral village wines, especially from the Meursault side. Pucellers is elegant, capturing the silky aromatics of this premier cru, but take care as this climat had some botrytis.

Constable’s arresting view of Salisbury

Posted by: admin on: January 22, 2012

Constable and Salisbury “The Soul of Landscape” run until September In The Close, Salisbury, open daily