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Nous and vinous

THE question that I am asked more frequently than any other is: “How can I learn more about wine?” The simple, flip answer is: “By drinking more of it.” One good way of doing this is by getting together regularly with a group of friends, each bringing a different bottle

Pick of the grapes

Christopher Fielden tips Prosecco, Malbec, and Viognier as his three grapes for 2016

An extravagance — at bargain prices

An extravagance — at bargain prices

I SUGGESTED in my last column that there was much to be said in favour of waiting until nearer Christmas before making your wine purchases, particularly with regard to Champagne, and I am pleased to say that this has proved to be true

From six to one

IT LOOKS as though buying wine for Christmas could have a different flavour this year, because, in the same week, Majestic announced that it would no longer have a six-bottle purchase rule, and Tesco has abandoned its 50-per-cent-off offers for lower overall pricing on its wines

Papal warmer

POPE JOHN XXII was the second of the popes to be established in exile in Avignon, at the start of the 14th century, and it was his conflict with the Franciscans which led to the election of an antipope in Rome. He is probably better remembered today, however, as the Pape in Châteauneuf...

Spanish success

Christopher Fielden spent an hour or two looking into the background of the Rioja wine region

Decanter laureates

I AM often asked which is the best place on the high street to buy wines. This is an almost impossible question to answer, as it depends on not just the enquirer’s palate, but also his or her purse

Egri for dreamers

Christopher Fielden on Hungarian wine

A bit of sparkle

Christopher Fielden samples Prosecco

‘Light’ in the south

Christopher Fielden notes that 24 April was #SauvBlanc Day

Riesling revolution

The true Riesling is one of the great grape-varieties in the wine world, writes Christopher Fielden

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Not only dancing in the aisles

Not only dancing in the aisles

From skateboarding to real ale, churches are being used to engage with their localities in ever more imaginative ways. Pat Ashworth reports  Subscribe to read more

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Listen to the Spirit - on the bus

A new initiative offers an appealing means of encouraging prayer, says Richard Chartres  Subscribe to read more

Mon 8 Feb 16 @ 9:55
@mwalimurural @MirandaTHolmes @thirdway Full story on the closure of Third Way can be read here https://t.co/oozFGDFA3L

Mon 8 Feb 16 @ 9:50
RT @revphilipgreenI note Jim Cotter's #Compline companion is in the @ChurchTimes sale for £3.00. It would be tragic to not to buy one! https://t.co/7AnD1iGg4b