- Publisher: Noble Rot
- Language: English
- Release date: 10/2021
- Weight: 650g
- Number of pages: 106
Here is issue 27 of Noble Rot, another cordial collection of writings on wine and food, fact and fiction, the serious stuff and the serious stuff.
In this number :
Noble Rot brings you the definitive guide to truffles for wine lovers, with tips from Kermit Lynch, Clare Smyth, Brett Graham and Carlotta Rinaldi.
They meet some of the most exciting new estates and winemakers in Burgundy, including Charles Lachaux of Arnoux-Lachaux and Domaine Dandelion.
They talk to novelist Irvine Welsh about his near-death experience in a California swimming pool and the positive effects of European immigration on British food culture before you-know-what.
They are touring the best restaurants and wine bars in Paris after closing, including Septime and Parcelles.
They hear about Diana Henry's "greatest meal ever" at the White Rabbit in Moscow.
Meanwhile, they offer their usual quota of wine and culinary wonder, including Fay Maschler on Cooking for Boring People, Simon Hopkinson's Game Bird Sides, Jon Bonné on The Other Side of Bordeaux, plus stories and profiles on Condrieu, pét nat, the salty taste in wine, nobs spraying champagne in nightclubs, the lost art of salty, and the murky world of chicken kyiv Facebook groups, And much more. Somebody has to do it.
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