Tag: Jancis Robinson

Richard Betts

No Regrets From US Ex MSs

The killing of George Floyd changed so many things, so quickly, and shifted conversations in almost every facet of life.

Alder on America: Thanksgiving and Wine

At a certain point in my childhood, Christmas faced a stiff challenge as my favourite holiday. Never mind that I

An Important and Exciting Announcement

As many of you know, writing about wine is hardly my full time employment. With a demanding day job and

Jancis Robinson Talks About Her Career in Wine at IPNC

As part of this weekend’s International Pinot Noir Celebration, Jancis Robinson, Master of Ceremonies for the weekend, sat down in

Oregon’s International Pinot Noir Celebration: Day One

Under the towering trees and across the sprawling green lawns of Linfield College in the little town of McMinnville, Oregon,

International Pinot Noir Conference: July 24-26, McMinnville, OR

There are wine tastings, and then there are wine tastings. And then, there are experiences that completely transcend a bunch

Wine Critics are Parasites, But That Doesn’t Mean We Can Be Bought

One of the world’s leading wine critics has just proclaimed that wine writers, journalists, and critics are all parasites. According