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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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Cul de Cuvée 16-10-2021

by  |  16-10-2021

A bluntly-curated selection of absolutely random recent bits from around the wine and drink world. I've re-rediscovered me Proving that drinking can lead to new discoveries, a drunken man found himself while helping friends look... more » A bluntly-curated selection of absolutely random recent bits from around the wine... more »

A perspective tasting of Alta Alella’s “10”

by  |  14-10-2021

There are many reasons to get to know the winery of Alta Alella in Catalunya. The easiest one to understand is the location as it sits on a hill with an splendid view of the... more » There are many reasons to get to know the winery of Alta... more »

The state of Roussillon in 2021

by  |  11-10-2021

The wine region of Roussillon has been short shrifted for some time. Usually regarded as the dangly bit after Languedoc and a hyphen, wine journalists will overlook it for the much larger Languedoc. At best,... more » The wine region of Roussillon has been short shrifted for some time.... more »

I tasted these 2€ Spanish wines so you didn’t have to

by  |  04-10-2021

Spain has no problem selling its wines... as long as they're "a good value". This has become a double-edged sword given that the common perception, especially in markets like the UK, is that Spanish wines... more » Spain has no problem selling its wines... as long as they're "a... more »
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Bourgogne’s 2021 harvest

by  |  01-10-2021

The balance for wine in 2021 has hung delicately around the world for various reasons that are simply too many to delve into. In Europe however, there’s been a lean split between north and south.... more » The balance for wine in 2021 has hung delicately around the world... more »

In The Glass: Dalamára Naoussa 2018

by  |  29-09-2021

In the fall of 2015 I was at a wine dinner in Athens, Greece that was unsurprisingly, showcasing Greek wines. Both the food and the wine were stupendous and I’ve sadly yet to return to... more » In the fall of 2015 I was at a wine dinner in... more »

A southern kind of bubbly, Vinyes del Convent – Senyoria 2017

by  |  27-09-2021

The region of Terra Alta is something of an exception in the eastern side of the Iberian Peninsula. It’s usually the case that the further south you go, the less white wine you find. But... more » The region of Terra Alta is something of an exception in the... more »

Cul de Cuvée 25-09-2021

by  |  25-09-2021

A bluntly-curated selection of absolutely random recent bits from around the wine and drink world. Fresh-pressed hotness Word has spread that Idris Elba, the heartthrob that crosses all borders, ages, and who knows what else,... more » A bluntly-curated selection of absolutely random recent bits from around the wine... more »

Keeping wine, simply: The Repour

by  |  22-09-2021 ~ 3 Comments

Anyone who drinks wine often or works in the wine trade will have an abundance of corkscrews as well as gifts from anyone who sees them as a wine type person. Due to that, the... more » Anyone who drinks wine often or works in the wine trade will... more »

That new cellar sound: A tour of Acústic’s new home

by  |  20-09-2021

Albert Jané founded Acústic Celler in DO Montsant back in 2004 and since then has seen his wines recognized throughout the wine world. This success in turn allowed him to start up Ritme Celler in... more » Albert Jané founded Acústic Celler in DO Montsant back in 2004 and... more »