Pippette #1

£18.00

Pipette is a triannual magazine about the natural wine movement.

It puts the spotlight on producers of natural wine who are almost invariably small, the community around them both where the wines are made and the commercial network beyond who bring them to us. The magazine itself is as boutique as the natural wine scene, with fine journalism and exquisite photography and illustration published on high quality uncoated paper stock in (of course) a precious limited print run.

After much demand, we reprinted Issue 1 in late January or early February 2021.

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Pipette is a triannual magazine about the natural wine movement.

It puts the spotlight on producers of natural wine who are almost invariably small, the community around them both where the wines are made and the commercial network beyond who bring them to us. The magazine itself is as boutique as the natural wine scene, with fine journalism and exquisite photography and illustration published on high quality uncoated paper stock in (of course) a precious limited print run.

After much demand, we reprinted Issue 1 in late January or early February 2021.

Issue 1 was printed in September 2017 and contains: feature on Julie Balagny, winemaker in Beaujolais; interview with the Rennersistas sisters in Austria; feature on Gabrio and Giotti Bini and their Pantelleria farm; feature on Momento Mori, a unique farm and winery in Australia; the story of Hiyu Wine Farm permaculture estate in Oregon; interview with California winemaker Dani Rozman of La Onda; trip to Canary Islands to visit organic winegrower Dolores Cabrera; hanging out at (and the story behind) France’s Auberge Chassignoles; riding a boat around Copenhagen’s canals with a Noma sommelier; photo essay on Laureano Serres at his winery; the cult beers every natural wine drinker needs to try; a recipe for dandelion wine.

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Weight 600 g
Dimensions 25 × 17 × 1 cm

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