Skye Gyngell

Skye Gyngell to open first standalone restaurant at Somerset House

22 Jul 2014 | By Richard Siddle

Skye Gyngell, who made her name at the Petersham Nurseries Café, is to open her first solo venture,Spring, at Somerset House in London in October.

T.E.D Restaurant

T.E.D signs up ethical wine suppliers for new sustainable restaurant

14 Jul 2014 | By Richard Siddle

  New London restaurant, T.E.D, which stands for Think.Eat.Drink, promises to offer “green gourmet” dining with its sustainable, ethically sourced menu complete with organic and biodynamic wine list.

Tanqueray No Ten

Tanqueray No Ten gin launches new bottle and rooftop pop up bar

10 Jul 2014 | By Gemma McKenna

Tanqueray No Ten is celebrating its new art deco bottle design with a rooftop pop-up bar in central London.

Imogen Taylor at the Greyhound at the Test

Imogen Taylor on "exciting" white South African wines and making it as a young sommelier

18 Jul 2014 | By Douglas Blyde

Douglas Blyde talks to the 22 year-old sommelier of Greyhound at The Test in Stockbridge who says it was not her father of Stone Vine & Sun fame that inspired her to take up a career in wine, but getting her hands dirty out in wineries around the world instead.    

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Oliver Hilton-Johnson

Tengu Sake's Oliver Hilton-Johnson on driving sake sales in the UK

27 Jun 2014 | By Anna Greenhous

Anna Greenhous talks to Oliver Hilton-Johnson of Tengu Sake, shortlisted for the International Wine Challenge ‘Innovator of the Year’ 2014 award, about how he’s made sake more accessible and the growing interest in sake in the UK.

Tom Warner and Sion Edwards

The art of craft gin distilling with Tom Warner and Sion Edwards Subscription

03 Jun 2014 | By Nigel Huddleston

After meeting at agricultural college, Tom Warner and Sion Edwards started on separate paths in the fresh-food industry. But they soon came back together to set up their own boutique gin distillery in the Northamptonshire village of Harrington, which provides the sub-brand name of their flagship Warner Edwards gin. This is craft distilling in action, as Warner and Edwards distil, fill, number, label and wax seal every bottle by hand. Nigel Huddleston asks the questions

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