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A corker of a Q&A!

2nd June 2014 What wines are suitable for vegetarians? How do you tell if your wine has been corked? Find out these and more with WaitroseCellar’s most sought after answers.

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Wine Match: Thyme-roasted pork with pan-fried pears & perry gravy

30th May 2014 The third delicious dish from Waitrose cookery School Head Chef Gordon McDermott includes a top tip for lip-smacking crackling.

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The Best of British

23rd May 2014 With the increase in impressive English sparkling wines, WaitroseCellar picks their Big Five Great British vineyards.

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Wine Match: Poached trout with beetroot & crispy Burford Brown eggs

22nd May 2014 A mouth-watering match of poached trout and fruity Sauvignon Blanc – a great combination to try on a bright and colourful spring day.

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Spring Foodie Cellar case

21st May 2014 Celebrate spring with delicious food and wine pairings from WaitroseCellar

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Matching wine with food

19th May 2014 Get tips, advice and discover perfect pairings for fish, meat, dessert and cheese with these delicious wine matches from the WaitroseCellar.

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Wine Match: Beer-battered cod with tartare sauce & chips

16th May 2014 The key to this great match is the toasty notes, citrus and green apple flavours that complement the nutty batter and delicate fish perfectly.

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Waitrose Ultimate Cellar Case

6th May 2014 To celebrate the launch of WaitroseCellar, their specialist wine buyers each chose their personal favourite from the thousands of bottles that make up the range. The result? The Ultimate Cellar Case.

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Win with Waitrose in the all-new WaitroseCellar

6th May 2014 Introducing the new online wine service from Waitrose, giving you guides to the top wine regions plus food and wine matching tips to help you find something delicious... and to celebrate the launch you can win up to £1,000 of wine.

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Phillip's wine match: Spaghetti Bolognese

7th April 2014 The long, gentle cooking time of this recipe means that the beef melts in your mouth and the red wine, which has been slowly reduced, adds unforgettable depth.