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Quo vadis, Vinum?
20 Jan 2014 by Michael Schmidt
On Friday Stephan Reinhardt (pictured here by Martin Hemmi ) announced that he had resigned as the chief editor of Swiss-German wine magazine Vinum. Having taken up the post only at the beginning of last year, he was announcing the end of a short and apparently quite torrid affair. Stephan is one of the most talented and knowledgeable wine writers and critics in Germany, and at the time Vinum   could hardly have made a better appointment. We all looked forward to a fresh breeze of new ideas in the sails of a magazine that had become a little set in its ways. The first two issues under his guidance certainly showed some...

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