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96 pages of the greatest content ever seen in one magazine. From Alice Feiring, to Athénaïs de Béru or Fleur Godart, there are definitely some great names featured in there.
Harvesting in Austria, producing wine in Ribeira Sacra, the vineyards of Emilia-Romagna or Montréal’s hottest bars, get ready for the sort of traveling only print can get you…
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Can’t possibly think of a better name for a wine magazine, right?! Glou glou, French for “glug-glug”, the beautiful sound of downing a bottle of your favorite Beaujolais Villages. After exploring the booming California wine scene, Jennifer Green brings us down to Mexico, on her quest to understanding what’s up down there, in the land of tacos.
In-depth journalism and some of the best looking photos you’ll see. Above Sea Level is the sort of magazine you’ll want to have hanging around on your coffee table for months. Your friends need to learn about wine, yes, but they also need to know how great your tastes are, don’t they?
Do we really still have to introduce Nobel Rot? One of the most exciting magazines to hit the market in the last few years, or maybe for as long as anyone can remember! Famous for the cover arts and pretty much as famous for the top-tier contributors that populate its pages, you surely will not want to miss any issue of that reference in the matter.
Believe it or not, Stefanie Koehler runs the whole show at Cuvée. To quote her she “creates, writes, photographs and designs the magazine.” Great news is, she’s pretty damn good at all of it, and if you’re looking for some of the most complete coverage of a given region, that’s the option you should go for.