Autumn food and wine – a season of good taste
A new season means exciting new produce crying out to be paired with wonderful wines.
September heralds the end of British summer and yet is often quite a warm month with good weather.
With the harvesting of many crops, there’s an abundance of delicious foods for our tables, ready to be enjoyed with great wines.
Over on the continent, truffles start to appear but will be much better from October onwards.
Porcini mushrooms or ‘ceps’ are available both here and abroad, with vegetables like aubergines, fennel and squashes also on on offer.
In terms of fruit, succulent English apples, plums and damsons should be in their best form.
Game-wise – grouse, partridge and wild duck are all available, while the sea serves up superb scallops and cold water seabass.
There’s no excuse to not eat well in Autumn, which is why we’ll be sharing some great recipe ideas – with wines to match of course...