Frontiers of wine science - part 1
10 Jun 2014 by Jancis Robinson
Our penultimate article on the MW Florence Symposium is one half of my detailed report on perhaps the most important, or certainly the most genuinely informative, of the sessions. It was moderated by Olivier Humbrecht MW , the first French person, first continental European, and first practising winemaker to qualify as a Master of Wine, in 1989, although Robin Don, David Lake, Angela Muir, Liz Berry and Mark Linton all went on to make wine after they passed, and New Zealander Michael Brajkovich, who also passed in 1989, was already making wine at Kumeu River. I was told that this session was the idea of the very first non-British MW,...

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