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- RT @SimonNRicketts: Well played, road-namers, well played. http://t.co/QhqwCx1Jl5 (via @michlan) http://t.co/FQgNSE2YAS
- @wendyswetnam @jesicaemily No, we are not coming together, but I look forward to meeting you Jessica. I'll be with a couple of neighbours
- @ManchesterKatB @drunkenbutcher All we need is a scary name for the supper club host. Let me see...
- @ManchesterKatB @drunkenbutcher Just in case, I'll be checking if any supper club attendees stop tweeting just before #projectmayhem
- @drunkenbutcher @ManchesterKatB Believe it or not, I find that response somewhat reassuring.
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At last – another event that reminds me of what wine is all about, and why I like writing about it. A group of wine nuts from Manchester and thereabouts once again descended on the Aladdin BYO restaurant in Withington, … Continue reading
Just after my last post on the wines of Massaya I learned that a local wine merchant, Reserve, was to hold a tasting of Massaya wines with Ramzi Ghosn. On the night Ramzi turned out to be Sami, but everything else went according … Continue reading