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The Last Wine Bar

Client since 2008

Now in its 25th year, The Last is a real Norwich institution.  Housed in a former Victorian shoe factory (hence the name - there is a collection of shoe lasts), there are three distinct eating areas: the buzzy bar, the cosy downstairs, and the smarter restaurant; the same menu is available in all three.

The Last spread its wings in 2012, opening a brasserie in the heart of Norwich's Golden Triangle.

Client News

English sparkling wine

DRINK DIFFERENT - HOME-GROWN FIZZ

1st May 2018

Last month it was announced that sales of English wine soared by 64 per cent in 2017, a success largely...

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Head chef Iain McCarten partner Ecky Limon manager Emma Swatman and partner James Sawrey Cookson toast the Last Wine Bars 28th birthday sm

NORWICH RESTAURANT CELEBRATES 28TH BIRTHDAY

23rd Apr 2018

A Norwich restaurant which has become a city institution is celebrating its 28th birthday – making it one of the...

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Sancerre Rose

DRINK DIFFERENT - IN THE PINK

1st Apr 2018

Spring at last, and as the memories of the ‘Beast from the East’ fade, we are all looking forward to...

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Argentinean Torrontes

DRINK DIFFERENT: GETTING SPICY

1st Mar 2018

Given our continuing love affair with spicy food, wines made from Gewurztraminer are deservedly popular.  Hugely aromatic, with notes of...

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Dolcetto dAlba

DRINK DIFFERENT - BEING FRANC: AN ITALIAN ALTERNATIVE

1st Feb 2018

Although it’s perhaps best known for its supporting role in Bordeaux blends, Cabernet Franc is a grape which we are...

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Australian Cabernet Merlot Vasse Felix

DRINK DIFFERENT - AUSTRALIAN SUBTLETY IS NOT AN OXYMORON!

1st Jan 2018

Winter is a time for traditional Sunday lunches of roast beef and all the trimmings, and if it’s tradition you’re...

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Pedro Ximenez

DRINK DIFFERENT - A CHRISTMAS PUDDING ALTERNATIVE

1st Dec 2017

Christmas is a time for the sweet-toothed, with mince pies, chocolate reindeer and, of course, the traditional Christmas pudding.  This...

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Chilean Pinot Noir

DRINK DIFFERENT - AFFORDABLE PINOT NOIR

1st Nov 2017

Pinot Noir is a difficult grape to grow, and for that reason the winemakers of Burgundy had a virtual monopoly...

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Sablet

DRINK DIFFERENT - A REAL RHONE FIND

1st Oct 2017

Côtes du Rhône remains an extremely popular wine area, and it is somewhere which has upped its game over the...

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Australian Chardonnay

DRINK DIFFERENT - SUBTLETY FROM DOWN UNDER

1st Sep 2017

Chablis: it is always worth treating yourself to a glass (or even a bottle).  It might vary in quality, but...

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Winbirri Bacchus

DRINK DIFFERENT - NORFOLK CHALLENGES ‘KING SAUVIGNON’

1st Aug 2017

I have written before in this column about the grape Bacchus, which is particularly successful when grown in England –...

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Grecanico

DRINK DIFFERENT - THE GREEK ITALIAN ALTERNATIVE

1st Jul 2017

As we get into summer, the fondness for Pinot Grigio which has grown over the past few years shows no...

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