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Club Oenologique Issue 9 is here. Club Oenologique’s autumn issue is out now – with a bold new look and format. The issue itself revolves around the Americas – both north and south. And while the wines of California are arguably the two continents’ most exalted vinous export (and are well represented here through spotlights on the likes of Peter Michael and Eisele Vineyard), it’s Chile and Argentina that are the headline acts.

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Club Oenologique Issue 9 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Club Oenologique’s autumn issue is out now – with a bold new look and format. The issue itself revolves around the Americas – both north and south. And while the wines of California are arguably the two continents’ most exalted vinous export (and are well represented here through spotlights on the likes of Peter Michael and Eisele Vineyard), it’s Chile and Argentina that are the headline acts. Tim Atkin MW considers the ageability of the countries’ top reds and selects his wines for the cellar, while Amanda Barnes picks out the newer cult vineyards to look for amid South America’s terroir drive.

The Latin feel is continued through a look at the US vogue for Tequila and mezcal – a fervour that is now starting to play out in the UK, too. As with all the content in Club O, such topics are presented not only via the standard formula of producer profiles and recommendations but with on-the-ground trends and evocative visuals – see the captivating photo essay of the Mexican agave harvest for a mesmerising example. You’ll also find features on the latest tech for wine lovers; a look at the astonishing expansion plans of the world’s wine club, 67 Pall Mall; and plenty of lifestyle inspiration – from the top wine hotels across the pond, to insights into its latest food trends.

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.

Details: Club Oenologique – Issue 9

Softcover

Article No. bfcluboenologique0009 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

Club Oenologique Issue 9 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Club Oenologique’s autumn issue is out now – with a bold new look and format. The issue itself revolves around the Americas – both north and south. And while the wines of California are arguably the two continents’ most exalted vinous export (and are well represented here through spotlights on the likes of Peter Michael and Eisele Vineyard), it’s Chile and Argentina that are the headline acts. Tim Atkin MW considers the ageability of the countries’ top reds and selects his wines for the cellar, while Amanda Barnes picks out the newer cult vineyards to look for amid South America’s terroir drive.

The Latin feel is continued through a look at the US vogue for Tequila and mezcal – a fervour that is now starting to play out in the UK, too. As with all the content in Club O, such topics are presented not only via the standard formula of producer profiles and recommendations but with on-the-ground trends and evocative visuals – see the captivating photo essay of the Mexican agave harvest for a mesmerising example. You’ll also find features on the latest tech for wine lovers; a look at the astonishing expansion plans of the world’s wine club, 67 Pall Mall; and plenty of lifestyle inspiration – from the top wine hotels across the pond, to insights into its latest food trends.

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.

Details: Club Oenologique – Issue 9

Softcover

Article No. bfcluboenologique0009 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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