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Chester

  • 6th

    Aug

    Champagne and Oysters!

    Champagne and Oysters may seem a bit extravagant for a Tuesday evening, but there were no complaints from the 12 people who came along to Corks Out Chester last week for an evening with David Green of Laurent Perrier. We tried through the range, pairing a variety of foods with each champagne, but it was indeed the Oysters with Ultra Brut that came …

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  • 21st

    May

    PAPER LANTERNS: CHINESE WHISPERS PART 2

    PAPER LANTERNS: CHINESE WHISPERS PART 2 BY CINO NOIR PRIVATE WINE INVESTIGATOR FOR HIRE 6.27pm, somewhere on the bank of the river. It had been a long week and I had fallen asleep under the gentle shade of a Willow waiting for my client to arrive. The calm of the dusk soothed my soul as the crimson sky bled into the horizon. Peace. My slumber was …

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  • 20th

    Apr

    History is alive and kicking in Chester store!

    Ever since Big Heritage first approached us about Corks Out being included in the Chester Unlocked exhibition we have all been very excited. The idea of placing genuine historical artefacts in a place where they will have real significance was an opportunity we didn't want to turn down, and boy are we glad we didn't! The response from our custom…

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  • 26th

    Jan

    Whisky & Water? ...By Steph

    Some say “a drop of water is the best way to enjoy your dram” Some say “whisky is best served on the rocks” Some say “whisky is to be enjoyed straight; out of the bottle into a glass”   I say “whisky should be enjoyed... (Full stop)”   Why Add Water?   Water can alter a whisky in both positive and negative ways. Mo…

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  • 26th

    Jan

    A Man’s Drink?... by Steph

    After being in the Wine & Spirit business for 6 years, I am growing quite used to the raised eyebrows and the odd muttering under breath regarding my love and passion for whisky. Now I enjoy the acceptance and recognition from the opposite sex when they make comments such as “you have changed my opinion on women whisky drinkers” and “you …

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  • 14th

    Sep

    Fox Gordon - Saviour of the universe!

    What a pleasure it is to badly paraphrase Flash Gordon! But please don't allow this to in any way belittle my new favourite Aussie winery for Fox Gordon have really impressed staff and customers alike since they arrived on our shelves a couple of months ago. The winery manages to marry style, substance, integrity and value for money, producing wine…

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  • 4th

    Sep

    Where the Buffalo Roam

    Buffalo Trace has a history that pre-dates most Scottish distilleries. The lush, fertile area on the Kentucky river was already known for it’s moonshiners before in 1787 the Lee’s Town distillery set up shop on the present day site and started shipping whiskey to New Orleans. The site has hosted some of the legends of Bourbon including Harrison…

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  • 29th

    Aug

    BEYOND THE WILD

    Where am I? …. I opened my eyes cautiously.  The blinding white light of the sun was directly above me.  I raised my head tentatively, to say it hurt was a staggering understatement but at least the searing pain was a sign I was alive.  I rolled onto my stomach like a health conscious turtle and examined my environment through a Clint Eastwood…

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  • 29th

    Aug

    Warner Edwards Gin...In A Tent

    So, there we were, enjoying the multifarious offerings at Carfest, when, quicker than Cino finishing another beer, the sky turned a Stygian black, livestock started whimpering , the heavens opened and  a downpour of biblical proportions started to dump a decade’s worth of rain in the space of a nano-second. While the only smell of burning rubber…

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  • 29th

    Jul

    THE GREAT, BIG DEEP

    1.14 am and your hero Cino Noir, Private Wine Investigator for hire was lost at sea.  I was one of two passengers aboard the fishing boat ‘The Mercury’ which was silently drifting in the dead of night, miles from familiar shores.  My co passenger, and captain of this barely sea worthy vessel was a grizzly, whiskey drenched shark hunter by the…

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