- Publisher: Noble Rot
- Language: English
- Release date: 03/2021
- Weight: 650g
- Number of pages: 112
Introducing Noble Rot 25, another hearty collection of writing about wine and food, fact and fiction, the all serious and the not-so-serious at all.
In this issue:
A jaunt to Tuscany between lockdowns to meet an exciting young generation of Chianti Not Chianti producers, including Montevertine and Tenuta di Carleone.
Meet the master of Edinburgh black comedy and author of the classic Trainspotting, Irvine Welsh. He explains how Covid restaurant closures forced him to improve his culinary skills and gave him a new perspective on the less recreational uses of aluminum foil.
Interview with DJ Gilles Peterson and Brawn chef Ed Wilson on the joys of Romanée Conti and their recent sensory collaborations.
Margot Henderson's account of the "greatest meal ever" at Baratin in Paris.
Introducing the queen of interviewers and author of the hit film An Education, Lynn Barber, who talks about discovering fine dining and restaurants.
Advice from some of their most discerning winemaking friends on what they would buy to start a cellar for under £500?
Noble Rot also introduces you to the sweet Vinsanto / Vin Santo wines of Santorini and Tuscany, they reminisce about Lulu Peyraud of Domaine Tempier in Bandol, Patricia Michelson of La Fromagerie gives them her ultimate cheesecake recipe, and William Kelley looks at the future of Burgundy in an era of climate change. Plus more stories and thoughts with Simon Hopkinson, Marina O'Loughlin, John Niven, Stephen Harris, Alice Feiring, Kate Spicer, Jordan Michelman, Rachel Roddy, Russell Norman and George Reynolds.
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