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Despite renewed tensions over the Falkland Islands, Argentina and Britain have peacefully collaborated to produce…

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Whether he’s spreading the jolly spirit of Hendrick’s Gin, or popping in to say “salut” at the ECC bars in Paris and London, Xavier Padovani is always on. And now he’s on in New York, opening the new ECC on Lower East Side.

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“I arrive in the centre of Oxford a little early. I am really rather excited at the prospect of spending a whole afternoon drinking, I mean, learning about wine, even though I have a slight hangover.”

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To drink, or not to drink, that is the question. Allow me to lead you in digesting tragedy with whisky until things look a little rosier (with apologies, in advance, to William Shakespeare)…

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In celebration of the Dorchester’s 80th birthday this year, Barbara Banke, from Jackson Family Wines, hosted a dinner in happy marriage with the launch of her new-to-market Vérité La Joie 2008.

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“If you haven’t yet experienced the Worship Street Whistling Shop, you should. And no, it’s not actually a shop, and you don’t need to be good at whistling. But you do need to like gin, which is where I come in.”

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When grasshoppers, fish heads and raw tentacles prove too much for the stomach, there’s only one way to turn: whisky. Jihane Miller introduces three whiskies for when you don’t know your chicken feet from your chow mein.

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This was not just an occasion to drink wine at the Saatchi Gallery, but also to celebrate the fact that there remain wine merchants who can provide the consumer with interesting bottles of wine from small producers, rather than the non-descript stuff from the big brands.

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Bompas & Parr invented the breathable cloud of G&T, and once flooded a Grade I-listed building with four tonnes of Courvoisier punch. In short, never was there a twosome better suited to writing a cocktail book.

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