Issue 4: Autumn/Winter 2019


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In our 4th issue we look at how outsiders (particularly Chinese entrepreneurs) cope in Bordeaux, and we interview Massimo Ferragamo, owner of one of the world’s most luxurious resorts, Castiglion del Bosco, and Jean-Louis Chave, who’s realising a decades-long dream of getting back to St-Joseph. Then there’s Lamberto Frescobaldi on the prison island of Gorgona, and the Hotel de Paris in Monte Carlo and its legendary cellar. Outside the wine world the Howard brothers run one of Oregon’s most successful cannabis farms, and there’s whisky, art and architecture, music and photography (you’ll be as entranced by our astonishing images of fermentation vats as by Bert Stern’s unbearably poignant shot of Marilyn Monroe).

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In this issue


Detailed analysis of the wine & spirit scene from the world’s best writers

The Collection

Our experts assess the finest, rarest and hardest-to-find wines and spirits


Meet the men and women at the forefront of their professions, from advertising to architecture to haute cuisine

Arts & Culture

We cover music, the arts, architecture – everything to entertain and inform the modern, sophisticated consumer