Well, who would have thought it, both Brian Cox and John Cooper-Clarke in a wine magazine, anything is possible.
"Greetings Earthlings, and welcome toNoble Rot 28, a cosmic new collection of writing about wine, food and culture.
In this issue we…
… interview intergalactically acclaimed physicistProfessor Brian Coxand punk-poet laureateJohn Cooper Clarke. Cox blows our tiny minds moving effortlessly between explaining that black holes are made of curved space and time and his passion for Chardonnay, while the ‘Good Doctor’ Cooper Clarke whisksNoble Rot’sSuzanne Mooreaway on an epic extended lunch.
…travel to northwest Italy to meet some ofPiedmont’s most exciting new winemakers, and profileGattinarainAlto Piemonte.
…reprise Rotters’‘New Food and Wine Dictionary’fromNoble Rot14 with fresh contributions fromBrian Eno, Angela HartnettandEd Ballset al
…discover whichbirth year wineshave been highs and lows forNBA legend Dwyane Wade, Hugh JohnsonandJancis Robinson, among others, and hear aboutFay Maschler’s‘Greatest Meal’ in Greece.
Meanwhile, our anti-social agony uncleJohn Nivenreports onLA’s food scene,Marina O’Loughlintells us why sheHATES brunch, and we feature stories and recipes aboutCoteaux Champenois, hell-raising restaurateurPeter Langham,poulet à la mode de Charolles, why food and sex should never mix, and how to improvise a serviceable cheese board from your corner shop."