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  • Article Free for all

    Permission to use the M-word?

    We republish this thought-provoking excerpt from the book reviewed yesterday by Tam. The Sancerre landscape is pictured here by Joe Woodhouse. The…

    5 Dec 2018 Guest contributor
  • Article Don't quote me

    The Sommelier's Atlas of Taste – book review

    The Sommelier’s Atlas of TasteA field guide to the great wines of EuropeRajat Parr and Jordan MackayPublished by Ten Speed PressISBN 9780399578236$405…

    4 Dec 2018 Tamlyn Currin
  • Article Hemming's spittoon

    Conspiracy theories

    Conspiracy theories are by definition undebunkable. Indeed, undebunkability is woven into the very fabric of their being, because any argument…

    9 Nov 2016 Richard Hemming MW
  • Article Free for all

    The elusive M-word

    A slightly shorter version of this article is published by the Financial Times. One morning earlier this month a bearded professor from the University…

    29 Oct 2016 Jancis Robinson
  • Article Free for all

    ​Holes in the ground, and in our knowledge

    This is a version of an article also published by the Financial Times. As anyone who has ever been to a gym or on a racing bike knows, it’s important…

    20 Jun 2015 Jancis Robinson
  • Article Don't quote me

    Barcelona musings on minerality

    In a recent article Jancis called on this year's crop of science graduates, pointing out, 'Scientists, you would not believe how many of the most…

    16 Sep 2014 Ferran Centelles
  • Article Inside information

    Masterclass in minerality

    This article comes with two warnings: one, it is geeky and may not be for those who prefer some romance and mystery about their wine; two, it is a…

    2 Feb 2011 Tamlyn Currin