jamie goode's wine blog: Glenfiddich shortlist

Tuesday, April 03, 2007

Glenfiddich shortlist

The Glenfiddich shortlist for 2007 is out!


A Tale Of 12 Kitchens - Jake Tilson (Weidenfeld & Nicolson)
Made In Italy Food & Stories - Giorgio Locatelli (Fourth Estate London)
Bread Matters - Andrew Whitley (Fourth Estate London)
Relish - Ruth Cowen (Weidenfeld & Nicolson)

Wine Behind The Label - Philip Williamson & David Moore (Williamson Moore Publishing Limited)
Bordeaux - Oz Clarke (Little, Brown Book Group and Websters International Publishers Limited)
Wine Atlas Of Australia - James Halliday (Mitchell Beazley)
Bordeaux – Stephen Brook (Mitchell Beazley)

Andrew Purvis – Observer Food Monthly
Christopher Hirst – The Independent
Clarissa Hyman – Financial Times

Elisabeth Luard – The Oldie
Mark Hix – The Independent Magazine
Angela Nilsen – BBC Good Food Magazine

Roger Protz – What’s Brewing / Beers Of The World
Alastair Gilmour – The Journal, Newcastle / E-Magazine (Eastern Airways)
Simon Difford – diffordsguide to Cocktails #5.4 Liquor & City Drinking

Jane Anson – Wine& Spirit / Business Destinations (American Express)
Jamie Goode – World of Fine Wine / Harpers
Margaret Rand – Decanter

Terry Durack – The Independent on Sunday: Review
Tracey MacLeod – The Independent Magazine
Joanna Blythman – Sunday Herald

Alastair Gilmour – The Journal, Newcastle
Mark Taylor – Bristol Evening Post / West Country Life (Western Daily Press)
Andrew Hobbs – Pure Taste, bi-annual in Associate North West Fine Foods (covers Cheshire, Lancashire and the Lake District)

Rick Stein and the Japanese Ambassador – BBC2
River Cottage – Channel 4
Heston Blumenthal: In Search of Perfection: Fish & Chips – BBC2
Hannah Glasse The First Domestic Goddess – BBC 2

The Food Programme: The Jungle – BBC R4
The Coppy Perry Pear Tree – BBC Birmingham
The Food Programme: Food & Memory – BBC 4
The Food Programme: IRAN – BBC R4

David Cicconi – Conde Nast Traveller
Jonathan Lovekin - FeastsRoberto Frankenberg – Conde Nast Traveller

The 2007 panel of judges comprises Chez Bruce’s Bruce Poole, food writer Diana Henry, restaurant magazine editor Joe Warwick, food and drink writer Richard Ehrlich and leading wine experts Andrew Jefford and Sarah Jane Evans MW.

Results out on May 14th at a glitzy party somewhere in London.



At 9:28 AM, Blogger Robert McIntosh said...

Congratulations on the wine writing nomination!

I wonder when they'll move with the times and add an online/blog award to the list of TV & Radio. Do you think that might happen?

At 10:20 AM, Anonymous Trang Tran said...

Congratulations Jamie on the nomination and best wishes!

By the way, when are heading over to Australia for your holiday and are you visiting any other states apart from WA?

Trang Tran

At 10:36 AM, Blogger Jamie said...

Robert - quite agree - neither of the big winewriting awards have a dedicated section for blogs/websites, although you are allowed to enter work published online. The old Lanson used to have an Ivory award that specifically included websites along with broadcasts, and wineanorak was shortlisted in 2004, but the replacement, the Roederer, doesn't have this category.

Trang - leaving on thursday evening, but just WA this time - victoria and sa will have to wait for the next trip.

At 12:00 PM, Blogger Salil said...

Congrats on the nominations - best of luck at the awards.

Agree though that with the change in media these days, an award for a website/online published work should definitely be considered as well.

At 1:53 PM, Blogger Richard & Catherine said...

Great stuff Jamie - well done! :o)

At 6:38 PM, Blogger Sonadora said...

Congratulations and best of luck!

At 8:56 PM, Blogger Colin said...

Well done on the nomination and next year here's hoping/expecting to see your name nominated in the wine category for your new book on natural wine!

My vote for this year's selection would go to Wine behind the Label - I find it an invaulable reference tool.


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