How, why, when, what, who? How dad, how do you milk a brown cow? How do you make ice cream? How do you sing when your mouth is full of string? How dad, how dad, how? Why dad, why does the sun stay in the sky? Why does my little […]

Since it’s National Poetry Day…

Last week it was Sainsbury’s, this week it’s Tesco doing 25% off 6 bottles. For some reason, the deal is valid in store and if you buy through the groceries section of Tesco.com but doesn’t apply to the Wine By The Case site. And yes, the offer applies to already […]

Happy Easter from Tesco

Wrote this a while ago to entertain the family, hope it entertains you – matters wine-y will be restored later today… My teddy has been in the washing machine My teddy has been in the washing machine My teddy has been in the spinner He said it was scary, he […]

Might as well do my bit for National Poetry Day…

….although there may possibly be slimmer volumes out there… It’s only going to be available on the Kindle store to start with, and I’m aiming to publish it in the very near future. More information about it coming soon, but if you want sign up for my mailing list and […]

Introducing The World’s Shortest Wine Book…

On Wednesday June 29th, there’s a chance to taste more than 120 of the gold medal winning wines and sakes from the 2011 International Wine Challenge, for which I’m one of the panel chairmen. The event takes place at Lords Cricket Ground in London and is open to the public […]

International Wine Challenge 2011 – A Taste of Gold