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Hot of the press, Issue 28 of Noble Rot has now hit the Ex Vinum newsstand and, if we can use a vinous analogy—it's a cracking vintage. Dan Keeling’s articles on Piedmont’s newest winemakers and domaines, and the Côteaux Champenois are two of the standout pieces, but this is just the start. With its cosmic new collection of writing about wine, food and culture, Issue 28 doesn’t put a foot wrong.
Professor Brian Cox blows our tiny minds moving effortlessly between explaining that black holes are made of curved space and time and his passion for Chardonnay, while the ‘Good Doctor’ Cooper Clarke whisks Noble Rot’s Suzanne Moore away on an epic extended lunch.
Meet some of Piedmont’s most exciting new winemakers, and profile Gattinara in Alto Piemonte.
Reprise of the Rotters’ ‘New Food and Wine Dictionary’ from Noble Rot 14 with fresh contributions from Brian Eno, Angela Hartnett and Ed Balls et al
John Niven reports on LA’s food scene and Marina O’Loughlin tells us why she HATES brunch.
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