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Have your say on Welsh good food.

IF you've eaten out over the last year in Wales and want to nominate the restaurant for a top honour, the clock is ticking. More than 8,000 people have already nominated their favourite restaurants, pubs and cafs for The Good Food Guide Readers' Restaurant of the Year award.

You've only got to April 21 to have your say. Front-runners at the half-way stage in Wales include Tyddyn Llan in Llandrillo, last year's regional winner, owned by Daily Post columnist Bryan Webb.

Other are tipped for honours are The Crown at Whitebrook, Fairyhill in Reynoldston, Le Gallois in Cardiff and Slice in Swansea Submit your nomination at which.co.uk/gfgaward before 21 April and you could win a meal for two.. PEMBROKESHIRE Fish Week will be see more than 200 events staged from June 26-July 4, from gourmet tastings to cookery demos and talks, island rambles, adventure watersports and coastal activities.

Enjoy a Celebrity Masterclass with chef Valentine Warner of the BBC's What to Eat Now or a feast of fish cooked by chef Mitch Tonks of the Seahorse. New this year are coasteering and foraging followed by a fish broth on the beach and a cookery course with Angela Gray.

Details 01437 776168 or pembrokeshirefishweek.co.uk. DISCOVER one of Europe's emerging wine regions, Ribera Del Duero, on an two-night tour by wine-tasting operator Grape Escapes.

You'll be among the first to visit British architect Lord Foster's first winery, Portia.

Located just two hours' drive from Madrid in Spain's northern plateau, Ribera Del Duero has been making waves in the wine world since the 199's and is recognised as a premier source of world-class red wine.

Home to the Vega Sicilia wine, the Ribera Del Duero region is characterised by its flat, rocky terrain, where soils deposited by the Duero river provide ideal growing conditions for the Tempranillo grape, known locally as Tinto Fino.

Details 08456 430 860 or grapeescapes.net
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Date:Apr 6, 2010
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