Compelling Texture. Big Finish.

If you can’t afford The Ivy’s 60 quid for Sam Neill’s pinot noir, alternatives are Malcolm Gluck’s affordable favourites: Church Road and Villa Maria, while across the Atlantic, Leslie Sirocco’s vote goes to the Lawson’s Dry Hills “palate-perking” pinot rose. And March New York’s wine director, if forced to choose only one wine for the summer, picks Pallisser, “It almost has a honeysuckle quality.”


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Scott Cunningham’s Furniture Graces Tudor Mansion

Scott Cunningham’s Furniture Graces Tudor Mansion

New Zealand-born furniture maker Scott Cunningham was an early contributor to assisting in the restoration of Holcombe, the “finest Tudor house in Devon”, under the ownership of Nigel Wiggins who had…