Nina Caplan writes about drink for The New Statesman, The Times Luxx and others; between beverages she likes to help revive the reputation of underrated female photographers.
A Burgundian boldly braves Bordeaux
Welcome to the new Burgundy: Chablis out, Beaujolais in
How I survived lockdown in deepest Burgundy
Cyprus: luxury on the beach and terrific wines in the hills
Five decades of Watervale Riesling
In a rare tasting with wines dating back to 1977, Nina Caplan discovers why Australian Rieslings are as much loved as their German counterparts
Maximise the joy in Montreal
Montreal doesn't have a world-famous landmark to give it international clout - its wonders take a little bit of searching out. But once there you'll discover a city of dreams, and a foodie paradise
Lucia Moholy: the Bauhaus wife
She was one of the early 20th century’s most gifted photographers and a key member of the Bauhaus. So why is Lucia Moholy barely mentioned in the celebrations of the movement’s centenary?
The Macallan distillery: still beautiful
You hardly notice the Macallan’s new distillery – until you get inside. Nina Caplan discovers the mystery of malt in a modern masterpiece