FOOD&DRINK Side orders


After ten years as the vrrne buyer for Stotnwd, Graeme Breslrn knows hrs wrrte From the frnest prernrer ( ru to the worst plonk, Breslrn has snrlfed, slooshed and spat the lot or, as he would have rt, he has 'tasted a lot of rtrbbrslr and a lot of good stuff too'. lrrst before Christmas, Edrnburgh- based Breslrn struck out on hrs own and formed Corkers \"Vrne Club Wltlt the enterrtron of attracting people who ‘.‘."t‘tll(l.'"t norrnaltv thrnk about l()ltlllt(;

sut ?‘ an ctrrrartrsatrorr Wrtlirn a rrronth,

over " SC; people had popped therr frr‘st (owl-2 front Efreslan's ( lul: and more are roar: rv: all the trrne

' man! people to drrnk vrrne and enjoy 4, rs hrs srrnple (redo '1 net a bun when l ret orrrrnerrd a wrne, people lrke rt and then they (onre back to toe and ask rt l have anythrnn else srrnzlar'

Value for money rs also hrrth on Breslrn's lrst of arms Alter hrs years rn the busrness, he has a tontatt book as beefy as a burrrundy and he re( kons on bernn ab!e to trac l; down potkets of spet :al otters rn the Wrne world

At ttreserrt, Bresrrn offers a prernrer stole-dram at £69 34 for a dozen bottles and a (lassrt selet tron at £45 59 for a dozen bottles ( ustomers have a ('horte of srx drtt'erent v.':nes front whit h to create therr selection He has armed for a balan<e vrrth a touple of the vxrnes havrnr; an :nrrrredrate appeal tttdlilllft them ideal for betrrnners whrle the others are more (ornplex The selet tron on offer \‘Jrll (hanoe as Br'eslrn drstozers new barnarns Uniquely, Breslrn has neootrated a deal vxrth some of Edinburon's brrntr your own bottle r-:‘-stt‘:ur‘a.'its ‘.'.«herebv Corkers merrr'rters .‘nil r:et (trstrtunt (Ti up to l‘:":: “WW trll Jolt-1e some ;‘ tt‘e larner (tubs, 8res':n (an afford to offer a rrrore personalrsed servzt e and rl people (an tell lrzrrr what they are lookrntr for then he try and ,tzrr‘vrde rt nonathan Trev.”

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Much acclarrned


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One of Glasgow's

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rrrodern Scottrsh tayre.

Tron Bar

Chrsholnr St. 552 8587 Contemporary European

style bar and newly-


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Now open in a stunning conversion of a Georgian

town house, Browns ol‘l‘crs classic brasserie food in a

stylish, comlortablc and lively environment.

Our restaurant and bar seat 240 and the lull menu

is available all day, every day.

Friendly, cll‘icicnt service, excellent value and a unique

atmosphere make Browns the place to be.

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TEL: ()131 225 4442

FAX: ()131 220 5693

Open Monday Thursday: 1 1.0021111 - 1 1.30pm

lir‘iday & Saturday: 1 l.()()am - 12 midnight

Sunday: 12.00 noon until 11.50pm