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Nick Faith remembered, by Anthony Rose

Nick Faith remembered, by Anthony Rose

18 October 2018 by in Classic Wine Library, Wine and spirits

Affectionate memories and thoughtful assessments of Nick Faith’s life have been duly posted in a host of obituaries paying tribute to the qualities that made Nick such a great journalist and author, and to his legendarily sociable, gossip-laden, complex personality. So here I’d like to confine myself to a few reminiscences of my own. (Read more)

Coming up rosés – an interview with Elizabeth Gabay MW

Coming up rosés – an interview with Elizabeth Gabay MW

12 October 2018 by in Classic Wine Library, Wine and spirits

Elizabeth Gabay has been in the wine trade since 1986. She has written about and lectured on rosé wines extensively, and has judged at Decanter’s annual World Wine Awards as well as at many other competitions, including the Mondial de Rosé, the Guide de Vins de Provence and for magazine panel tastings for Decanter and Drinks Business. (Read more)

Port and the Douro – fourth edition coming soon

Port and the Douro – fourth edition coming soon

5 October 2018 by in Classic Wine Library, Wine and spirits

It’s ‘the only book on Port and the Douro worth having’ and this November Infinite Ideas will be publishing the fourth edition of Richard Mayson’s classic book. Port and the Douro is a hugely readable combination of facts, expert opinion and anecdotes about prominent figures and events in the Port trade (as well as notes on the dwindling popularity of Port and lemon on Coronation Street). (Read more)