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20 Oct 2013
 


For details of events planned elsewhere for the rest of the year, mostly in London, see Where to find us.

I am a complete idiot. I should have thought of publishing this long ago: details of where I, and sometimes Hugh, will be signing copies of the brand new, 7th World Atlas of Wine in New York and Washington DC this week. Most of the events are or were wine tastings with book signings attached, though please note that the Sherry-Lehmann one on Tuesday is a signing only. 

Saturday 19 October - New York City

Jancis Robinson 

New York Food & Wine Festival

Wine Seminar, Unusual Grape Varieties, & Book Signing

Hudson Hotel, 356 West 58th Street, between 8th & 9th Avenues

2:30 pm

www.nycwff.org/jancis for ticket information


Saturday 19 October - New York City

Jancis Robinson

Book signing and tasting

Le Du Wines

600 Washington Street

5:30-7:30pm

www.leduwines.com
Please note that LeDu will be giving us a list of further dedications which I will be signing at the publishers on Tuesday at 11am  and to which Hugh will be adding his signature later in the week, so you could always request a double-signed Atlas via them if you're quick.


Sunday 20 October – Washington, DC

Jancis Robinson

Book signing and discussion with Dave McIntyre, The Washington Post

Presented by Politics & Prose at Union Market

1309 5th St NE

4:00-6:00 pm

www.politics-prose.com

http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/470488   ticket info 

@unionmarketdc

http://www.politics-prose.com/event/book/jancis-robinson-world-atlas-of-wine


Tuesday 22 October – New York City

Hugh Johnson & Jancis Robinson

Book signing

Sherry-Lehmann

505 Park Avenue at 59th Street
5:00-7:00 pm
www.sherry-lehmann.com

Do please come along if you can. I apologise for the short notice.

I'm also doing quite a lot of print and radio interviews (though none live) as well as an evening event for the Wine & Spirit Education Trust, which I'm told is sold out, as well as several wine-trade events, including participating, along with Terry Theise and David Schildknecht inter alia, in an exploration of Grüner Veltliner in various different Austrian vintages, which should be interesting.