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The Dark Horse strikes once more. Strawberries, sleek yet slightly sinewy tannins, and a rush of cocoa to wind things up. Name me a more iconic duo…. Cantina Tollo Rocca Ventosa Terre di Chieti Sangiovese Region: Abruzzo, Italy Variety: Sangiovese Notes: Sangiovese can be hard to get your head around, but why would you want to get your head around it when you can get it in your mouth and let the grape do the talking? Medium bodied, with some typical Sangiovese sour cherry and even some blackberry and dried herbs. The lads at Range Life have made something unashamedly Australian with great flavour.

Think red berries, sarsaparilla, a herbal tonic edge and some dusty tannins on the palate. Slug this with some of your favourite pizza! Tannic, black in colour with a smoky, charry plum and blueberry pudding profile. Bring on the beef! The Joel Gott wears the stereotype with pride but has put some makeup on. Glossy plums and prunes covered in chocolate, while a little coffee and vanilla creep onto the back palate really rounding out this tasty morsel.

This is almost as hedonistic as it gets and for those who love the old-school style of Barossa reds. Barbera has lived its life to the fullest in Piedmont, going from being unfashionable, to on almost every winemaker's table. A purple fruit box crammed with all sorts of delicious flavours, blackberries and bubblegum with a real fresh grapeyness to it.

This is the real workhorse of Piedmont! Brooding blueberry fruit, plums and a snippet of violets with Christmas spice. Pretty scents of wild strawberries and dark cherries lead the party while an inky liquorice and earthiness give a nice juxtaposition the way Barbera and Dolcetto should do. This is a personal favourite. Every now and then a vintage comes around that lets the winemakers tame the tannins that strangle your tongue and elevate the nose to another level. This possesses the staple Neb smells of tar and roses, but fennel, leather and fresh red cherries steal the show here.

Quite possibly our wine of the year…. Like many grapes, Franc can have many faces, but this takes the form of something lighter and more ethereal. The entire spectrum of light red berries jump out the glass, and the slight grassy or leafy profile, native to Franc, weaves its magic in the background. A scintillating first release. Dark and dense with perfume and bramble leading the charge and a faint lick of cedar hanging in the background. The palate provides refreshing raspberry-like acidity with a rich core of minerality driving the palate.

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Oozing that supple Barossan texture and bountiful array of sweet berry fruit, liquorice and sweet spice, this is one for throwing back with your choice of prime cut! The words look familiar, but the content seems different? Preservative free and no oak! As dark and vibrant as the label suggests with stewed fruits, milk chocolate and kirsch. As every vintage is different, each release is a Zeitgeist, a memory encapsulated in wine. A steal for the price. Private room available and a menu tailored to suit your needs. Please enquire. The pocket sized guide to all your summertime bacchanalian needs.

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Published on Nov 19, Sir John Williams, royal obstetrician, said to have killed the prostitutes to research infertility. Montague Druitt, whose father, uncle and cousin were all doctors. He was often in the area visiting his mother in a Whitechapel asylum, and he was found drowned in the Thames in December , perhaps having committed suicide after the murders. Joseph Barnett, the lover of the Ripper's last victim, Mary Kelly.

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One theory is that he killed the first victims to persuade Mary to change her lifestyle, but she found out and they argued, resulting in her death. Francis Thompson, who failed at medical school and turned to writing poetry after an unhappy love affair with a prostitute. James Kelly, who escaped from Broadmoor early in confined there for the murder of his wife. He also spent time in America at a time when similar murders occurred there.

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Dr William Thomas, a Welsh GP, was living in Spitalfields when the murders took place — but returned to his village coincidentally? His suicide followed the last of the Ripper murders. Lewis Carroll, the author of Alice in Wonderland, who is said to have revealed his guilt by coded messages in his book! Commissioner of Police during the Ripper investigations, Sir Charles Warren, could have done better, to put it mildly.

The Ripper's crimes did not take place in dark, fog-filled alleys, but in the long clear nights of late summer and early autumn. One victim Catherine Eddowes was killed on the same spot where a monk stabbed a woman praying at the altar of the Holy Trinity Monastery, before killing himself, in It seems that one of the directors of the Bank of England dressed as a navvy during the night to scour the Whitechapel streets with a pickaxe, hoping to catch the killer.

His short-lived career included an escape from St Giles Prison through the wooden ceiling and three escapes from Newgate, setting a record in escapology. He was finally executed at Tyburn in , watched by , spectators. His three brides were all murdered the same way, all while on honeymoon, and all for insurance money, but George still had enough bravado to protest his innocence — before being hanged in He and his Communist gang had been involved in the bungled jewellery burglary a month earlier not their first crime , which resulted in the deaths of three policemen, leading to the 'Battle' or 'Siege'.

Jack 'Spot' from the mole on his cheek Comer, born in Myrdle Street, Whitechapel, in April , made a fortune apparently from book-making, but in actuality from running a protection racket for East End Jews. After having his face slashed in and again in , he called it quits and opened a furniture shop instead.

He spent some of his childhood in prison before becoming a prolific serial killer. Although charged with just one murder of Francis Thornhill , sets of clothing were found at his shop, and he was hanged on the 25 January and sent, ironically, for dissection. Ronnie Kray never had fewer than 50 shirts at one time, rarely wearing one more than twice — and his socks were always of black silk. When Barbara Windsor and the cast of Sparrows Can't Sing were filming around Cambridge Heath Road and other parts of the East End in the early s, the Krays were hired to provide security on the set and can be seen — briefly — on screen.

The twins had a private masseuse and manicurist, and regularly visited a local gypsy to have their fortunes told. The Kray twins' trial at the Old Bailey in was the Old Bailey's longest criminal trial, lasting no less than thirty-nine days. When Ronnie Kray's body was laid out at the funeral parlour in Bethnal Green Road in , his dentures allegedly went missing.

Well, he wasn't going to need them. The Kray family burial plot is not in the East End, but is at Chingford Mount; and not only the Krays and their parents are interred but also Frances Kray, who — apparently — committed suicide in Oldest brother Charles Kray died in prison in while serving time for masterminding a cocaine-smuggling operation. Ratcliff Highway now The Highway was notorious as the site of four murders in December , resulting in a reward of guineas being offered.

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