noble rot

noble rot is a alternative quarterly food and wine magazine. the aim of the magazine is to write about wine without its typical pretentious overtones, featuring essays that look at the ideas and the people that contribute to the making of wine.



it’s been almost a year since we had an edition of Noble Rot in the roster, and this is a cracking return. Neon colours dazzle the cover of an edition with features about wine criticism, the rejuvenation of wineries of Madrid, an hilarious look back at the greatest TV chefs, and an interview with Nigella Lawson. There are some excellent illustrations, including Jose Miguel Mendez’s idiosyncratic drawing that accompanies a piece about what happens when a meal drags on too long. Typically tongue-in-cheek and enjoyable in whatever measure is your tipple.
available to select until february 1

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issue #15 – “make wine not war”.

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