A plug for a new wine magazine. Titled Noble Rot, it’s a bit counter-cultural and edgy (without being pretentious), with a good dollop of food and popular culture thrown in. It’s about telling compelling stories. It’s a million miles away from the glitzy hell and mind-warping, shallow, dull content of most glossy wine magazines.
You can download a pdf for free from the website here. Or better still, buy a copy. I love the old-fashioned feel and the font, and the black-and-white photography. The whole thing works as a whole, if you get what I mean.
Co-editors are Mark Andrew (of Roberson Wine) and Dan Keeling.