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Miquel Hudin

Miquel Hudin

Miquel Hudin

Miquel Hudin is a writer originally from California, based in Catalunya, Spain. He started his wine career in the Napa Valley which led to the founding of the Vinologue series of wine books. He received the Wine & Innovation Award 2020 from Millesima, was named Best Drink Writer of 2017 by the Fortnum & Mason Awards, and was the recipient of the 2016 Geoffrey Roberts Award.

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Corpinnat turns it up to 11 by adding Pardas

by  |  12-05-2021

Today, Corpinnat, the breakaway group of high-quality sparkling wine producers in Catalunya's Penedès region, announced that they've just increased their membership from 10 to 11 with the addition of Celler Pardas. Pardas and its founders,... more » Today, Corpinnat, the breakaway group of high-quality sparkling wine producers in Catalunya's... more »

In The Glass: Domaine Changarnier – Pierrefitte 2014

by  |  11-05-2021

The thankless chore in tasting wines from Bourgogne (*) is the never-ending quest to find those that you can not only enjoy but also that you can “readily” afford. This was a large part of... more » The thankless chore in tasting wines from Bourgogne (*) is the never-ending... more »

Cul de Cuvée 08-05-2021

by  |  08-05-2021

A bluntly-curated selection of absolutely random recent bits from around the wine and drink world. Space wine here to stay As was previously reported, some bottles of Pétrus went up to space, came back down,... more » A bluntly-curated selection of absolutely random recent bits from around the wine... more »

In The Glass: Famille Perrin Gigondas La Gille 2016

by  |  06-05-2021

The name, “Perrin” might not immediately bring up any wine associations to many people. I would like to remind you of those days back when we could fly freely and plentifully. There on many of... more » The name, “Perrin” might not immediately bring up any wine associations to... more »

A Southern European selection of François Lurton

by  |  03-05-2021

François Lurton is but one member of the vast Lurton family, long-established in Bordeaux. If you’d like to read up on their history, I’d recommend having a look at this article as I would but... more » François Lurton is but one member of the vast Lurton family, long-established... more »

DOQ Priorat’s first “Grans Vinyes Classificades”

by  |  29-04-2021

DOQ Priorat has officially announced the first wines to be released under the "Gran vinya classificada" scheme by certifying: Mas de la Rosa of Vall Llach, 1902 - Tossal d'en Bou of Mas Doix, and... more » DOQ Priorat has officially announced the first wines to be released under... more »

Lobeiras, a descent into madness

by  |  28-04-2021

Silíce Viticultores is a project from three parents, born in 2013 that’s based in Barrantes, Galicia. It was started by two brothers, Carlos and Juan Manuel Rodríguez who are based in Vigo. They wanted to... more » Silíce Viticultores is a project from three parents, born in 2013 that’s... more »

The new Instagram wine scam

by  |  26-04-2021 ~ 7 Comments

I've noticed a new scam sweeping across Instagram lately and for some reason, it appears to be very focused on the wine community. No, it's not the whole "influencers" debate, but an actual, old school... more » I've noticed a new scam sweeping across Instagram lately and for some... more »

A book review of “Wines of the Rhône”

by  |  22-04-2021

If you've been around the wine blogging scene for any amount of time, you'll know that "success stories" are far and few between which is why Matt Walls's new book from publisher Infinite Ideas, Wines... more » If you've been around the wine blogging scene for any amount of... more »

The state of DO Tarragona in 2021

by  |  19-04-2021

In general, Spain doesn’t see the minute, detailed, pebble-level analysis in wine texts that other countries such as France do. But even if one takes this into account, finding out much about DO Tarragona in... more » In general, Spain doesn’t see the minute, detailed, pebble-level analysis in wine... more »