Oz Clarke Pocket Wine Book 2014

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Oz Clarke Pocket Wine Book 2014

Comments Off 13 August 2014

You can’t hold all the wine information you need in your head, but with this handy guide you can be sure it is available whenever you want it. Indispensable as ever, Oz Clarke’s now classic Pocket Wine Book is in its 22nd edition and is meticulously updated each year. The book has more information, more recommendations, more […]

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Reds, Whites & Varsity Blues by Pol Roger

Comments Off 16 December 2013

Much enjoyed the launch for Reds, Whites & Varsity Blues – 60 years of varsity eccentrics. Pol Roger should be very proud, Reds, Whites & Varsity Blues is a brilliant social history of wine. Buy the book here Wine-searcher’s article The Guardian’s review The Drinks Business article

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