By Jack Scott G’day to my small handful of Blog readers including the dazzlingly gorgeous Jo who I met at our January Warehouse Sale on Saturday….Jo, now we’ve met, I am going to write with rejuvenated vigour and hope to amuse you….oh, and you, too. Saturday went well although it did hurt to watch our [...]
Jascots annual fine wine warehouse sale is almost upon us with incredible deals on all our fine wine with at least 20% off and up to a whopping 50%off! But remember the sale is strictly limited to attendees only! So SAVE the date & we look forward to seeing you there! JASCOTS’ ONLY WAREHOUSE SALE! [...]
Christmas 2011 was a fabulous affair with my lovely wife dispatching an 18 lb Turkey to the table with all the trimmings for 17 of us to get stuck in to. Marvelous! We had done Church and a long walk, drained 3 Magnums of Roger’s Grand Cru Tradition so the mid-afternoon marathon feast prior to The Downton Abbey Christmas [...]
Hot on the heels of the rave review of our very own André Roger Vieilles Vignes, Jancis Robinson MW has also written glowing tasting notes for the small selection of our wines which she recently tasted. You can find the full report on www.jancisrobinson.com, but we have listed the tasting notes below. White: Jean-Marie Haag [...]
Went to great young chums for dinner on Friday and just had spoil them rotten so took a Magnum each of Pannier’s White & Rosé which were both so gorgeous. I had thought that Palmer’s Rosé had the edge over Pannier’s but so good were the big red fruit flavours that I am entirely unsure [...]
Basking in the hilarity and general bonhomie of the 2011 Bective Leslie Marsh’s Annual Central London Agent’s International Wine Championships held at Searcy’s in Knightsbridge last week, I had a surprise….a positively gobsmacking surprise, actually. We’d worked our way through the first 5 wines unusually commencing with the fabulous André Roger Vieilles Vignes which scuppered [...]
The Drinks Business (www.thedrinksbusiness.com) has reported that harvests in many of Europe’s main wine regions are set to start at one of the earliest times in nearly 200 years. Here is their report: A warm, dry spring and summer have contributed to an incredibly advanced growing season, a full three weeks in advance of what [...]
Great to see Jane MacQuitty getting behind another Jascots wine. Château de Belleverne’s superb St Amour from the stellar 2009 vintage.