Broadway village, in the Cotswolds, is constructed of honey coloured stone.
Dripping with charm, this village always makes my heart glow and coaxes me to find souvenirs for the senses – and not the bric-a-brac variety.
Broadway Delicatessen and Broadway Wine Company are always essential destinations on our culinary compass. Broadway Wine Company is a boutique wine shop. The wines are displayed like precious books and each bottle has a blurb. Every label tells a story, and the wine merchant invites you into the narrative. Then like a conductor, he throws his arms around until he finds the right melody of flavour for you.
Drunk with enthusiasm, his mind travels to the various wine regions. His words ramble down the dusty tracks to the vineyards, until you reach some possible destinations for your wine choice. Oozing knowledge, he tells you where and how the wine is produced. Listening to your preferences, he starts ‘winestorming’ as he searches for the correct notes of flavour. Speaking, without pretention and without pausing, he finds the perfect match for your taste.
On our last pilgrimage, the wine evangelist helped us to select a trio of wines from the Old World and New World. We paired the Sidewood Reserve from the Adelaide Hills with some Gloucester Old Spot Sausages, served with Worcester apple sauce. Low and behold, it was a perfect match!