Monthly Archives: July 2012

Coe Vintners order delivery schedule changes for the London 2012 Games

This week we switched to a temporary delivery schedule which will operate during the Olympic and Paralympic Games. The main points Order cut off for delivery the next day will be 12 noon for the entire 7 week period. Areas … Continue reading

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David’s Olympic Ode and delivery shenanigans

With the curtain set to go up on the long anticipated global sporting bonanza on Friday, those of us working on its doorstep in Redbridge are increasingly realising that transport in the Eastern quadrant of London (and several other bits … Continue reading

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Seña and the Judgement of Berlin… Hong Kong, Taipei, Seoul…

Reading a marketing handout for Seña yesterday in preparation for our offer, reminded me of the film “Bottle Shock” which I happened to watch at the weekend. In Randall Miller’s 2008 film, Alan Rickman (a rather curious choice to play Steven … Continue reading

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Seña – product of a united vision

Seña had its genesis in a collaboration between two of the modern wine industry’s leading figures, Eduardo Chadwick and the late great Robert Mondavi. In 1995 Mondavi, Californian wine’s most vociferous and passionate advocate, and Chadwick, of one of Chile’s … Continue reading

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Chateau Brown Blanc 2010 – double trophy winner

“Brown Blanc” is an amusing contradiction, but this sophisticated dry white is rapidly building a reputation that is the envy of the region. The 2010 Brown Blanc garnered TWO international trophies¹ in 2012 at the International Wine Challenge and the … Continue reading

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