Meet the Member: Michael Edwards

Michael Edwards went from reading the Bar to dealing in Burgundy and is today one of the world's most respected Champagne writers and tasters. Amanda Barnes interviews him on his career in wine, the tides of change he has witnessed in Champagne, how he sees the future of wine and restaurant criticism and why a dirty Vodka Martini is the only secret in his cellar... How did you get into wine? In ...
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If you go Dão in the woods today…

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Old World winemakers flock to New York State’s hot winemaking spot

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Book review: Wines of the French Alps, by Wink Lorch

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Foraging for Pignoletto in the Bolognese hills: Emilia-Romagna Trip Report 2019

Circle members Neil Fairlamb, Justin Keay and Stephen Barrett voyaged into the wine regions of northern Italy on a Circle trip to Emilia-Romagna from 31st May to 2nd June. They share their experiences of this delicious corner of Italy, from the underrated delights of Pignoletto (both in its bubbly and still rendition) to the tempting trattorias and delectable cuisine of the region.    Neil ...
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Meet the Friend: Sue Harris

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The Wines of Great Britain by Stephen Skelton MW: A review

Stephen Skelton MW is without doubt an authoritative writer on the subject of Great Britain's vineyards, not only as a highly regarded expert on viticulture (his book Viticulture: An Introduction to Commercial Grape Growing for Wine Production is the viticulture bible for diploma and MW students) but he’s also been a keen observer and participant in British wine for over 40 years. Havi...
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Meet the Member: Julia Sevenich

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