Many of you will be pleased to hear that we are going back to the OpenTable booking system.
It would only be right to come into the New Year with a fantastic glass of fizz. Here at Carters we are a big fan of Nyetimber, it really is the very "Best of British.”
It may only be October but we're already getting ready for the winter season. Chef & the boys are in the kitchen curing, drying, fermenting & preserving everything from our Summer/Autumn larder so this Winter's menu will be the best one yet!
Over the holiday we had the fantastic opportunity to visit some of our suppliers & we'll be telling you a little bit about them over the coming months.
Some of you may have seen on social media that the team took a little trip down south to learn more about where our beautiful English Sparkling Wine comes from.
This little gem is our Gris Blanc produced by Anton Van Klopper in the Australian Adelaide Hills. Anton is a super eccentric winemaker.
Hey Foodies, as you all may already know, Chef Brad Carter will be headlining at this year's Foodies Festival in Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham.
To add to our rare breed meats we have found the MANX LOAGHTAN, a very primitive impressive breed of sheep that originates from the isle of man.
So this week Holly and I have found ourselves getting a little bit excited about “Orange Wines”.
Alex is our new assistant manager, born in Birmingham but raised in the USA.
Brad's always wanted to headline a festival but he's still waiting for a call from Glastonbury, in the meantime he'll be appearing at Foodies Festival in Cannon Hill Park on Sunday 5th June.
I'm sure you all know this but here at Carter's we're all about honest produce, ingredients and everything natural.
In other drinks related news we’ve got a little something exciting in from Sweden recently.
While the rest of the country was abstaining from the booze (or attempting to) in the first few weeks of the year, I started 2016 in some of the best Burgundian cellars tasting the 2014 vintage.
By The Culture Trip