MARLO MEETS: NEIL & MARIA CORBOULD
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by Toby Watson
1w ago
Two years ago, husband and wife Neil and Maria Corbould, made the bold decision to buy a farm in Surrey and establish a vineyard. However, this is no ordinary project, Neil is a Special Effects Supervisor in the film industry and has just been nominated for three Oscars and two BAFTAs for his work on Napoleon, Mission Impossible and The Creator. He has won multiple awards including two Oscars for Gladiator and Gravity, as well as four BAFTAS for Fifth Element, Saving Private Ryan, The Day After Tomorrow and Gravity. Maria, also with a background in the film i ..read more
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The Best Restaurants to BYOB in North London
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by Toby Watson
1M ago
For the final part of our BYOB series, we're bringing you our top picks from North London. In the midst of a long and dreary January where we're feeling the pinch of an indulgent festive period, these restaurants provide the perfect opportunity to bring your favourite Marlo bottle and save a few pounds. You'll find some well-known, award-winning eateries and some yet to be discovered, all offering either free or low cost corkage.  . North London 12:51 Where: 107 Upper Street, London, N1 1QN. BYO deal: Free Corkage Every Tuesday. Food: In 2018, head chef James C ..read more
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MARLO WINE x ASPIGA: THE POWER OF PAIRING
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by Toby Watson
2M ago
THE POWER OF PAIRING When it comes to the finer things in life, fashion and wine stand out as two realms of indulgence that effortlessly complement each other, both can add a touch of elegance to any occasion. The concept of pairing is where fashion and wine truly shine together. Just as a sommelier expertly matches wine with dishes to enhance flavours, individuals can pair their outfits with the wine they're enjoying to create a harmonious sensory experience. A romantic evening may call for a red wine paired with a little black dress, while a brunch with friends might be perfectly accompanied ..read more
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The Best Restaurants to BYOB in East and West London
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by Toby Watson
7M ago
At Marlo we’re always on the hunt for the best BYOB eateries in town to bring a bottle of our favourite tipple with us. So if you’ve had enough of ridiculous markups, check out our BYOB restaurant guide for East and West London below. You'll find some well-known, award-winning eateries and some yet to be discovered, all offering either free or low cost corkage.  East London  . Tayyabs   . Where: Whitechapel  BYO deal: Always  Food: Longstanding and much-loved award-winning Punjabi restaurant serving top notch meat dishes.  Marlo loves: Oh the lamb cho ..read more
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The best restaurants to BYOB in South London
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by Toby Watson
8M ago
Some common mis-associations with BYOB restaurants are they’re run down, cheap eats with no licence to thrill. These day’s that’s far from the truth. With our money being pinched at all corners, bring your own wine nights are becoming increasingly popular (and welcomed) at some of London’s best restaurants to entice us in on some of the quieter nights. The perfect opportunity to bring your favourite Marlo wine with you and save a few pennies! We’ve put together a list of our favourite, South London eateries where you can bring your own, some well-known and some undiscovered…  South West L ..read more
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BURGUNDY
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by Pip Dawes
8M ago
. The Burgundy wine region in France is a hallowed land for wine lovers. Known for its legendary Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, Burgundy showcases an intricate tapestry of vineyards, including prestigious appellations like Côte de Nuits and Côte de Beaune. Its terroir-driven wines embody elegance, complexity, and a sense of timeless tradition. . (image: Pinterest) . The Burgundy wine region is geographically divided into four distinct sub-regions. Beginning with the northernmost, there is Chablis, followed by the Côte d'Or, which is further subdivided into the Côte des Nuits and Côte de Beaune ..read more
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BORDEAUX
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by Pip Dawes
8M ago
. The leading destination of every wine lover, Bordeaux is located in southwest France, in the region of Aquitaine. Carved out along the meandering rivers, it is famed for its rich tradition in winemaking and a fascinating history of exportation. The regions unique terroir; soil, climate, and topography, create the ideal growing conditions for grape varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Cabernet Franc. The winemaking techniques used in Bordeaux, such as oak barrel ageing, enhance the flavours and aromas of these prized wines. There are 57 wine producing appellations across ..read more
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Marlo Red Grape Guide
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by Pip Dawes
8M ago
We dive into the captivating world of red wine grapes. From the noble Cabernet Sauvignon to the delicate Pinot Noir, red grape varieties offer a remarkable range of flavours and characteristics. Here we explore a few key grape varieties and their flavour profiles. . . MERLOT: Widely cultivated around the world and known for its approachable and fruit-forward wines. It originated in Bordeaux, France, but has gained popularity globally. Merlot wines are typically medium to full-bodied, with flavours of ripe black cherries, plums, and berries. They often exhibit notes of chocolate, h ..read more
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Marlo White Grape Guide
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by Pip Dawes
8M ago
  : Originating from Burgundy, France, Chardonnay is prominent in white wines like Chablis and Puligny-Montrachet. It's widely grown in the New World, especially in Australia, New Zealand, and California. Un-oaked Chardonnay, exemplified by Chablis, is dry with a gripping, crisp character. Oaked Chardonnay gains a deeper colour and aromas of vanilla and butter. New World Chardonnays, often oaked, may lose some elegance and grip seen in cooler climate wines. Notably, Chardonnay plays a vital role in Champagne, being a key blend component. Some Champagnes, called "Blanc des Blancs," consis ..read more
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HG WALTER x MARLO PAIRING 4: PORK
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by Toby Watson
10M ago
Our team spent a day with HG Walter in their kitchen watching them create a mouth-watering recipe for four meats - lamb, beef, duck and pork. We searched our range to find the ultimate wine to go with each dish, resulting in four delicious pairings.  For the final pairing of the series our attention turns to pork and HG Walter have rustled up a genuine delight in nduja and basil stuffed pork belly, braised baby gem and peas. We've paired it with one of our absolute favourites, 2014 Misfit Syrah from Sanguis. HG Walter are kindly offering all Marlo W ..read more
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