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Hugh Johnson

Chappellet: heavenly music on Pritchard Hill

  It was probably Jack Davies at Schramsberg who told me there was something exciting

Tim James

What next will be new out of Africa

The Oxford Companion to Wine ventures a trenchant opinion  on the quality of wine possible

Michel Bettane

A natural wine charter

For many years, I did not always make myself popular by repeating that there was

David Schildknecht

Beginner’s palate

In a packed Carnegie Hall, just two days before New York City recorded its first

Tom Stevenson

Fire and brimstone

This might surprise a few people, but the reductive style of sparkling wine does not

Andrea Frost

Sir Roger Scruton: For the love of wine and wisdom

My experience with Sir Roger Scruton started—as most philosophical journeys do— with a question. Broadly

Andrew Jefford

2019 Château L’Eglise-Clinet: Admirable testament to Pomerol’s mischievous, much-loved sage

Reflections on Denis Durantou and the wines from his final vintage Is it because of

Tom Stevenson

Light Strike Awareness: Is sunshine ruining your wine?

What is the latest thinking on the potentially damaging effects of light on sparkling wine—and

Harry Eyres

The classical essence of Napa Cab

  While 2020 will undoubtedly go down in history as the year of Covid-19 (or,

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