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.
Nina Caplan: now, more than ever, wine is our conduit to the world
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
The best way to combine the different realities of Cyprus is to head into the hills and meet the winemakers, as Nina Caplan discovers on her visit to the newly-opened Amara Hotel
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