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In this issue: Andrew Jefford, La Tâche, Hughes’s Hen, and Vermeer’s Virginal: Wine’s Transactional Flaw | Hugh Johnson, Steven Spurrier: The Gentleman Explorer | James Lawther MW, Progressive Viticulture in Bordeaux | Margaret Rand, Old Vines Conference | Simon Loftus, Château Ausone | Simon Field MW, Equipo Navazos La Bota 100 de Manzanilla Pasada | Panos Kakaviatos, Château Léoville Poyferré 1982–2019 | Sarah Ahmed, The New Douro Primeira Prova Tasting | Ken Gargett, Cape Mentelle 50th Anniversary | Miquel Hudin, Mencía | Tastings: 2020 Bordeaux, 2016 Brunsello di Montalcino, St-Péray
Original, thought-provoking, absorbing and impeccably detailed, The World of Fine Wine has set a new standard for wine publications. Along the way, it has won many awards on multiple occasions, including Best Wine Magazine in the World [Gourmand International] and International Wine Publication of the Year [Louis Roederer Award].
First published in 2004 and now in its 78th Edition, each beautiful issue is lavishly illustrated and so rich that it resembles a book more than a magazine. It’s not the cheapest wine journal on the market, but you'll understand why when you hold a copy in your hands.
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