Drinks

  • Having just booked a trip to visit Colombia and Central America, receiving an invite to visit Café Malbec, the new venture from the Latino America team, couldn’t have been timed any better. I’ve visited Latino America several times and always enjoyed the succulent steaks and well-paired wines, so I was intrigued to see what Café Malbec had to offer.

  • One of our well-loved spots for a rendezvous is Ten Green Bottles, on Jubilee Street. It’s part wine shop, part wine bar, which can be dangerous if you’ve had a wee bit too much to drink and decide it’s time to go shopping.

  • Back at the start of November one of my readers asked me: “where is the best place in Brighton for mulled wine?” I had an idea of where I’d like to recommend but further research was needed to be sure. So I went on a mission to find out which pubs were serving mulled drinks, how much they cost and most importantly, which tasted best.

  • Waiting at the bus stop at Steine Gardens with my dad, I recalled the ‘magical mystery tour’ adventures he would take me on as a child. Back then the bus could transport me on any manner of exciting adventures, and the Sussex Wine Bus Tour we were about to board rekindled those memories.