A Guilt Free March
Published by Talya Roberson on 03/03/2017
I’m dying for a biscuit. Something crumbly, sweet and smothered in chocolate. Apparently this is “illegal” for the next 40 days as the office has gone healthy for Lent. No sugar, no snacks, no wine. What no wine? According to iquitsugar.com you can cut out sugar and still drink wine because it contains minimal amounts of fructose. “If the wine has been fermented to ‘dry’ (white or red) it contains very low levels of residual sugar – less than 1g/litre – and in most cases not at a level that can be practically tested.” Thank God for that!
So here’s a guilt free look at what’s going on this month. The Raw Wine Fair is open to the public on Sunday 12th March. It will feature over 150 growers, including our own Mathieu Deiss, and is a brilliant opportunity to find out about and taste a terrific range of natural, organic and biodynamic wines. The Washington and Oregon Trade tasting is also in town. Unfortunately, this isn’t open to the public but we know how much you love Bergström, particularly Old Stones Chardonnay, so we are holding an informal drop in tasting at The Atlas with producers Josh and Caroline. This is really exciting because they don’t come to England that often, and you will have a chance to preview some of their latest vintages, including those not yet landed in the UK. We are also really chuffed to be working with Selfridges on their pop up roof top restaurant WastED. We are all big believers in the project and it’s been a great way for us to shine a light on the green value of wine on tap. It’s one of the most talked about dining experiences of the month: it’s fully booked for dinner, but if you’re lucky you could get a table for lunch or afternoon tea. Mmmm afternoon tea. What no biscuits? Better pour myself a glass of wine then.>
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