Sin and the apple
By Roger Scruton - 28 May 14:10

The temptation of a good vintage Calvados is too great to resist

Everyday pleasures
By Roger Scruton - 30 April 13:21

Marsannay is a French standard, but it’s far from ordinary

The profits of plonk
By John McEntee - 30 April 13:21

Observations on wine

Eastern promise
By Roger Scruton - 16 April 10:15

Romanian wine barely survived dictatorship, but it’s on its way back

The reds are revolting
By John Pilger - 16 April 10:15

My affair with the red wines of Australia lasted long after I left its shores. Our love was ruined b

Time, gentleman, please
By Andrew Martin - 16 April 10:15

The British pub used to be the heart of the community and a place of male refuge. Now pubs are closi

Say yep to Yapp
By Roger Scruton - 09 April 10:18

Serious drinkers would do well to try this Wiltshire merchant

Not barmy about the army
By Peter Wilby - 02 April 12:47

. . . on British attitudes to battles, bald leaders and booze

Drinking in the culture
By Alyssa McDonald - 26 March 10:11

Observations on nightlife

Il dolce vino
By Roger Scruton - 26 March 10:11

Italian winemakers have turned their backs on industrial production

Tranquil recollection
By Roger Scruton - 05 March 10:49

Writers of the past celebrated wine as an ever new adventure

Downturn dining
By Will Skidelsky - 05 March 10:49

Observations on eating out

Two's a crowd
By Roger Scruton - 12 February 10:29

Forsake your sweetheart for the company of a good bottle

Diary: Zoe Williams
By Zoe Williams - 12 February 10:29

Celebrities, squirrels and . . . I forget

Out of the drink
By Mary Novakovich - 05 February 10:09

Once famous for its beer, Milwaukee has recast itself as a haven for foodies. Mary Novakovich invest

Liquid assets
By Roger Scruton - 29 January 10:35

Winos are well placed to weather the current recession

Recipes for Twitters
By Becky Hogge - 29 January 10:35

Why American housewives were the true pioneers of the internet, and why Virgin Media won't be sharin

Heston’s new service
By Rosie Millard - 22 January 9:58

Observations on the lunch crunch

Food for thought
By Rachel Cooke - 15 January 9:31

Two unsqueamish chefs adopt a very civilised approach to some unusual dishes

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The chocolate king of São Tomé
By Xan Rice - 15 January 9:31

Xan Rice visits a man who has been on a quest to produce some of the finest dark chocolate in the wo

The heat is on
By Roger Scruton - 15 January 9:31

Winemakers have discovered an upside to global warming

Unsentimental education
By Rachel Cooke - 08 January 9:51

Two programmes show the right and the wrong ways to revive an old idea

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That creative tension
By Nicholas Clee - 18 December 9:44

I love everything about Christmas Day. I love opening the presents, I love reading any new books that have been unwrapped, I love trying to do the Christmas quizzes and crosswords, I love the drinking, I love the afternoon walk, I love the evening television.

A glass before the beast
By Roger Scruton - 18 December 9:44

I have the clearest possible conception of my favourite dinner. The gustatory image of it is fixed in whatever part of the cerebellum is reserved for such things. I struggle towards it from whatever condition of penury I find myself in.

Organic panic
By Zoe Williams - 11 December 9:44

The organic lobby has hampered any chance of a sensible debate over food production. That's why Zoe

The price is right
By Roger Scruton - 04 December 9:39

Spend more on your festive wine and stir memories of love

Where's the beef?
By Jonathan Meades - 04 December 9:39

The Slow Food movement has an almost millenarian belief in the virtue of amalgamating gastronomy wit

I pardon you turkey
By Brittany Peats - 27 November 16:04

George W Bush has pardoned a turkey to mark Thanksgiving but it's the president's power to grant len

Fruits of abstinence
By Roger Scruton - 27 November 9:45

Much as it pains me to say it, apple cider is better without the alcohol

Silence of the bees
By Sholto Byrnes - 20 November 9:30

Beekeepers have been struck two such terrible blows over the past 18 months that there may not be an

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