The twelfth installment of Noble Rot magazine is a celebration of France’s newest ‘fine’ wine region, Beaujolais. After years of notoriety for producing lakes of generic plonk, magical Gamays from producers such as Marcel Lapierre, Jean Foillard and Jean-Louis Dutraive have spearheaded a renaissance of authentic winemaking that has become many discerning drinkers’ ‘go to’. Meet the people, places and wines that are making us excited in Noble Rot’s Short Guide To Beaujolais, whilst Rotters Jon Bonné and Jamie Goode wax lyrical about their love for the region.
Noble Rot’s ever insatiable appetite wouldn’t allow a trip to Beaujolais to occur without a detour to France’s culinary heartland, Lyon. We take a non-stop tour of the city’s restaurants, bars and wine shops and feature inspired recipes and stories from Montreal’s Joe Beef, chef Jackson Boxer and America’s sommelier-in-chief, Daniel Johnnes.
Profile of Rioja’s ultimate bastion of authenticity, López de Heredia, meet enigmatic Israeli chef Eyal Shani, and Tim Hayward and Mina Holland discuss the do’s and don’t’s of giving and receiving wine.
Published 21st October 2016
Publishes 3 magazines a year, an issue every 4 months.
Noble Rot magazine is the home of exciting wine and food writing. Since its launch in 2013. Noble Rot was founded by Dan Keeling and Mark Andrew. Dan Keeling is the Louis Roederer Food & Wine Writer of the Year 2017, the Fortnum & Mason Drink Writer Of The Year 2016 and the Louis Roederer Emerging Wine Writer Of The Year 2015. He previously worked in music as managing director of Island Records and head of A&R at Parlophone Records, where he was responsible for signing acts including Coldplay, Bombay Bicycle Club and Lily Allen. Mark Andrew is a Master of Wine and previously worked as head buyer at London merchant Roberson wine.
Contributors include Marina O’Loughlin, Rowley Leigh, John Niven, Neal Martin, Jamie Goode, Kate Spicer and Jon Bonn. The magazine is based in London and published every four months.
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