The Spring/Summer print edition of Club Oenologique is out now – with a look at the influence of the Rhône Valley. From the pure, unspoilt Syrah of Cornas to the heady blend of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, the Rhône has many faces. Oft maligned, sometimes misunderstood, this bastion of French wine holds untold allure for its devotees. We explore its appeal today and its legacy further afield – from California to Australia – with insights from the likes of Oz Clarke, Simon Field MW, Natasha Hughes MW and John Livingstone-Learmonth.
On the spirits side, we consider the ever-increasing array of single malts around the world, from England to India, Australia to Scandinavia; we document Scotland’s new generation of boutique distilleries gaining a cult following; and we chronicle the start-up that has, in less than 15 years, become the curator of some of the world’s rarest – and finest – liquids.
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