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Wine Talk

Recipe: Florentine Roast Pork

Throughout Italy, the pig is king. Be it in terms of salami and salumi or simply roasted as it is here, Italians love pork dishes.

Summer is over but apple season is here

By the end of summer, you’ve probably had your fill of bright red berries so it’s good to know that the best of the season is upon us for apples!

Recipe: French Apple Tart

If you have apple trees, you’ll have loads of apples at this time of years. So why not try this French apple tart? It’s really quick to make and fantastic to eat with cream or ice-cream.

Recipe: Roasted peppers with a garlic cream

Here’s a beautiful recipe for roasted peppers with a garlic cream sauce. It goes perfectly with a glass of our Ciabot Berton Alissa Langhe Favorita

Our pick for some back to school September wines

September has arrived, the holidays are finished, the new uniforms for school have been purchased. Is there enough left in the piggy bank for some decent wine to help us through the coming month?

Recipe: Butternut squash and chicken soup (Spain)

A real central heater for the colder months – autumnal, earthy veg, succulent chicken and warming spice. Great as a starter or hearty enough to make a meal on its own.

Vegetarian recipe: Pastry-free spinach tarts with porcini sauce (Italy)

This isn’t a tart in the traditional sense – more like a light mousse that simply melts in the mouth. I first fell in love with it in a small restaurant in Alba in Italy's Piedmont region.

Recipe: 'Jambon Persillé' ham hock terrine (France)

As the nights are drawing in and the barbecue is put away for the year, it's time for a perfect dinner party dish that can be made a day in advance.

Recipe: Fish cakes with chermoula paste (South Africa)

South Africans tend to love a bit of spice in their food and some years ago, we enjoyed this dish as a light lunch after a tasting at Catherine Marshall's in Stellenbosch.

Vegetarian recipe: Mushroom and lentil moussaka (South Africa)

This hearty vegetarian dish was first served to us by Ardi Bardenhorst back when he was head winemaker at Rustenberg.

Now he has his own estate out in the Swartland and his sumptuous 'The Curator Red' is just the ticket to accompany it.

Recipe: Simple sea bass with fennel (France)

To celebrate Domaine de la Croix Cru Classé Irresistible Rosé, here's what we ate when we first fell in love with this bottle. Being truthful, it was more like three bottles – but any number will go wonderfully well with this simple and satisfying fish dish.

Recipe: Parmesan bites (match with Spanish Cava)

Fizz and nibbles – bliss for a dinner party or day in the sun. Recreate special holiday memories with these ludicrously easy cheesey bites and a popped bottle or two or refreshing cava.

Recipe: Bistecca alla Fiorentina (Tuscan steak – Italy)

It's officially summer, even the weather agrees, so it's time for a holiday inspired recipe. Think barbecue and big glasses of Chianti Classico, like San Giorgio a Lapi.

Recipe: Barbecued lamb chops (New Zealand)

Technically it's Summer, so even in this green and pleasant land there will be some days soon where you can get the barbecue out. Think beyond boring burgers and try these easy lamb chops, beautiful with a glass or three of fruity Pinot Noir – we recommend this aromatic number by Bladen.

Recipe: Rabbit or chicken with basil and parsley (New Zealand)

We know lots of people don't like the idea of eating rabbit, so don't worry – this dish works just as well with chicken (it just needs cooking a little longer). So simple to make but requires some quick preparation the day before – well worth the effort though.

Recipe: Asparagus and mint risotto (New Zealand)

A delicious and satisfying dish doesn't have to mean meat or fish. This fresh and flavoursome risotto, with tender asparagus and fragrant mint would fuel even the heartiest eater weighing on them.

Recipe: Thai style prawns (match with New Zealand Gewurztraminer)

It's summer, so some zingy freshness and exotic heat is in order.

This Thai prawn dish is a stunning complement to Bladen Marlborough Gewurztraminer – a masterpiece of a wine that matches so well with Asian flavours it's scary.

Recipe: Smoked salmon paté (New Zealand)

Have you noticed that when Wimbledon's on, you suddenly want strawberries and cream, whether you like tennis or not? Well we've decided that even if you're not into rugby, you can still celebrate the British & Irish Lions tour with some delicious food and New Zealand wine.

Recipe: Patatas Riojanas (Spain)

This quick and delicious supper or lunch is easy to make and even easier on the wallet, which means you can enjoy it with a decent Rioja – it really is worth it.

Recipe: Coq au Riesling (France)

This delicious and simple-to-make dish is the Alsatian version of the French classic 'Coq au Vin' – no dogs involved, it's still chicken. Try it yourself!

Recipe: Toasted goats cheese salad (France)

This simple starter is just the thing with a cool glass of Sancerre – it pairs particularly well with Domaine Hubert Brochard Sancerre, try it yourself!

Recipe: Monkfish with mushrooms in cream sauce (South Africa)

We last enjoyed this delicious fish dish in restaurant overlooking the ocean in beautiful Jacob's Bay in the Western Cape, with a bottle of Bouchard Finlayson Blanc de Mer.

Recipe: South African Bobotie

Pronounced 'ba-boor-tee', this protein-packed panful pairs well with robust reds like the Curator Red and is a national favourite in South Africa. And with 12.5% off all South African wines, don't whip up this meaty treat without having a bottle or two to enjoy with it.

Recipe: Sea Bream alla Monica (Italy)

Monica's recipe is fresh, simple and delicious – and the perfect partner to fruity dry whites, like the stunning Fiano di Avellino 'Refiano' D.O.C.G 2015 by Tenuta Cavalier Pepe.