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AUG-2009-TV-SERIES-106ssThis 6-part series visits a different local bodega each week and show you the vast array of delicious wines produced in this area. Join us as we take a look at the beautiful countryside around these exclusive wine growing areas, along with all the knowledge you need to enjoy the wines here in Spain. For oenophile’s or just for those of us who like a glass or two, this programme is a must that will leave your mouth watering and wanting more.

You can also now buy a DVD of the entire series for just €25 – a perfect gift for beginners and connoisseurs alike!

Wine column in “JetXtra” inflight magazine


Ethnic Cuisine and Spanish Wines

Wine-tasting at Himalaya, Nepalese Restaurant, Moraira


1st Course

2nd Course

Cheese and Wine 2012

Wine Tasting, MontañaCata, Portugal September 2012 (Part1)

Wine Tasting, MontañaCata, Portugal September 2012 (Part2)

Radio interview on “Scoff and Quaff” with Jules Serkin, April 2014

Bay Radio’s Sunday Brunch Wine

Colin : April 26, 2010 8:01 pm : Media

Prsenters Noelle & Bob try a wine to accompany their Sunday Brunch Recipe


Chorizo goes so well with rosado that I’d be tempted to recommend a good pink wine here, and certainly chicken accommodates rosado wines very nicely. However it’s the mixed herbs, topped ultimately by Thyme that makes me go, instead, for an unoaked red.
Garnacha, particularly when grown at high altitudes, can have lovely herby notes to accompany the damson fruit. Navarra would be my first port of call and I’d go for a Garnacha that is unoaked but about two years old when any excess youthful fruitiness will have mellowed.
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  1. We listened to Total 91.8 FM for the first time last week and enjoyed the show. Colin was very good, with a mixture of good records and interesting chat.

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