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Club Oenologique Issue 7 is available now on loremnotipsum.com and features: Italian wine and Scotch whisky. Inside this Spring issue you’ll find a purist’s guide to the best wine, food & travel – from Tuscany to piedmont, Brunello to Barolo. It’s an Italian feast that brings us native grapes, cellar collectables and celebrity vine pruners.

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Club Oenologique Issue 7 is available now on loremnotipsum.com and features: Italian wine and Scotch whisky. Inside this Spring issue you’ll find a purist’s guide to the best wine, food & travel – from Tuscany to piedmont, Brunello to Barolo. It’s an Italian feast that brings us native grapes, cellar collectables and celebrity vine pruners.

Few countries’ food-and-wine scenes stir the emotions like that of Italy, whose expansive wine provenance can make mastering the country’s full array of vinous virtues a rewarding but challenging task. We pick out the indigenous grape varieties to know, along with a selection of unusual wines to discover. We also ask whether Super-Tuscans are losing their sheen, explore the allure of Amarone, a stellar Brunello di Montalcino vintage, and the growing appeal of Nebbiolo – and we visit Piedmont’s most famous family, Gaja.

Scotch whisky’s star continues to shine ever more brightly. Besides an exploration of whisky terroir and a tasting of distillery originals v independent bottlings, we tell the evocative story of the ‘lost’ distilleries of the 1980s and ’90s that are now being brought back to life in spectacular fashion.

Club Oenologique is a luxury magazine celebrating wine, spirits, art, architecture, literature, music and more. Club Oenologique is published quarterly and celebrates the sheer tangibility of the analogue and the artisan, for those who appreciate the finer things in life. Club Oenologique is an exclusive community for those who enjoy the rarer pleasures of life. With our flagship magazine and exclusive events, we offer access to fine wines and spirits, art, theatre, literature and architecture. Our aim is simple: to speak to the modern, discerning consumer who appreciates the new, the scarce, the interesting, the artisan, and the beautiful. Club Oenologique is based in London, but as one of The Conversion Group companies we are international in outlook.

Content

Inside:
It’s true, that is a bit of a mouthful for a magazine title, but complex and long on the palette never did wines and spirits any harm and that is exactly what Club Oenologique is about. Inside this Spring issue you’ll find a purist’s guide to the best wine, food & travel – from Tuscany to piedmont, Brunello to Barolo. It’s an Italian feast that brings us native grapes, cellar collectables and celebrity vine pruners. Elsewhere there’s the revival of Scottish distilleries, the owner of the world’s largest whiskey collection and the facts behind Scotch terroir.

Expect:
A magazine about wines and spirits that speaks to the modern, discerning consumer who appreciates the new, the scarce, the interesting, the artisan, and the beautiful.

Highlight:
A guide to Italy’s pasta shapes!

Details: Club Oenologique – Issue 7

Softcover

Article No. bfcluboenologique0007 Published by Club Oenologique Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tags · Reading situation Coffee Shop · Home · Travelling Weight 510 g Dimensions 27 × 24 × 2 cm

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Club Oenologique Issue 7 is available now on loremnotipsum.com and features: Italian wine and Scotch whisky. Inside this Spring issue you’ll find a purist’s guide to the best wine, food & travel – from Tuscany to piedmont, Brunello to Barolo. It’s an Italian feast that brings us native grapes, cellar collectables and celebrity vine pruners.

Few countries’ food-and-wine scenes stir the emotions like that of Italy, whose expansive wine provenance can make mastering the country’s full array of vinous virtues a rewarding but challenging task. We pick out the indigenous grape varieties to know, along with a selection of unusual wines to discover. We also ask whether Super-Tuscans are losing their sheen, explore the allure of Amarone, a stellar Brunello di Montalcino vintage, and the growing appeal of Nebbiolo – and we visit Piedmont’s most famous family, Gaja.

Scotch whisky’s star continues to shine ever more brightly. Besides an exploration of whisky terroir and a tasting of distillery originals v independent bottlings, we tell the evocative story of the ‘lost’ distilleries of the 1980s and ’90s that are now being brought back to life in spectacular fashion.

Club Oenologique is a luxury magazine celebrating wine, spirits, art, architecture, literature, music and more. Club Oenologique is published quarterly and celebrates the sheer tangibility of the analogue and the artisan, for those who appreciate the finer things in life. Club Oenologique is an exclusive community for those who enjoy the rarer pleasures of life. With our flagship magazine and exclusive events, we offer access to fine wines and spirits, art, theatre, literature and architecture. Our aim is simple: to speak to the modern, discerning consumer who appreciates the new, the scarce, the interesting, the artisan, and the beautiful. Club Oenologique is based in London, but as one of The Conversion Group companies we are international in outlook.

Content

Inside:
It’s true, that is a bit of a mouthful for a magazine title, but complex and long on the palette never did wines and spirits any harm and that is exactly what Club Oenologique is about. Inside this Spring issue you’ll find a purist’s guide to the best wine, food & travel – from Tuscany to piedmont, Brunello to Barolo. It’s an Italian feast that brings us native grapes, cellar collectables and celebrity vine pruners. Elsewhere there’s the revival of Scottish distilleries, the owner of the world’s largest whiskey collection and the facts behind Scotch terroir.

Expect:
A magazine about wines and spirits that speaks to the modern, discerning consumer who appreciates the new, the scarce, the interesting, the artisan, and the beautiful.

Highlight:
A guide to Italy’s pasta shapes!

Details: Club Oenologique – Issue 7

Softcover

Article No. bfcluboenologique0007 Published by Club Oenologique Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tags · Reading situation Coffee Shop · Home · Travelling Weight 510 g Dimensions 27 × 24 × 2 cm

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