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In this Issue: Rod Phillips, Liberality, Quality, Festivity: Wine in the French Revolution / Tom Stevenson, Ca’del Bosco: House in the Woods / Katrina Alloway, Be of Good Cheer! / Rod Phillips, Pinot Noir in Canada / Michael Schuster, 2020 Domaine de la Romanée-Conti / Robin Lee, Masseto Caveau Release / Michael Schuster, 2012 Salon Le Mesnil and 2014 Delamotte Blanc de Blancs / Simon Field MW, Sténopé 2012 in Camera / Joanna Simon, Frèrejean Frères / Anne Krebiehl MW, Arras Latest Releases / Simon J Woolf, Austria’s Best Single-Vineyard Wines / Margaret Rand, Ornellaia Bianco 2013–2019 / Simon Field MW, Marqués de Murrieta 170th Anniversary Dinner / Judy O’Kane, Hospices de Beaune: A Poem / Margaret Rand, Hambledon Vineyard / Neil Beckett, 2022 Burgundy and the Hospices de Beaune Auction / Tastings: 2021 Burgundy, 2018 Barolo, Oregon Chardonnay
Original, thought-provoking, absorbing and impeccably detailed, The World of Fine Wine set a new standard for wine publications. Along the way, it has won 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 79th 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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