Noble Rot Magazine Issue 31

Noble Rot Magazine Issue 31

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10th Birthday Issue "Thirteen may be unlucky for some but I’m sure that there could not have been a more fortuitous time to launch a magazine blurring the lines of ‘WINE MUSIC FOOD LIFE’ than 2013. Indeed, from the moment we published the first issue of Noble Rot in February of that year we’ve been riding the tidal wave of change that’s been sweeping wine and food culture and, holy Hermitage, it’s been fun. Looking back now, we’re bursting with happiness that Noble Rot has told the stories of so many of our favourite vignerons, inter- viewed our artistic heroes and heroines, published thrilling writers, illustrators and photographers, and spawned two beloved London restaurants – with a third opening in Mayfair this spring. It’s been a stellar decade alright, which we toast in this, our 10th birthday issue, with a cast of sainted Rotters."

Noble Rot magazine is a cork-popping, gut-busting, genre-disrupting ode to gastronomic pleasure. Published every four months, columnists Marina O’Loughlin, Simon Hopkinson, John Niven and Dan Keeling are joined by interviewees such as Grayson and Philippa Perry, Brian Eno, Nigella Lawson, Madlib, Professor Brian Cox, John Cooper Clarke, Kiera Knightley, Irvine Welsh, Ed Balls, LCD Soundsystem, Yotam Ottolenghi, David Shrigley, Nigel Slater, Gilles Peterson, Mike D, Caitlin Moran, Fergus Henderson, Jay McInerney and Mark Ronson.

Noble Rot magazine is home to some of the most exciting voices in wine and food. including Diana Henry, William Kelley, Alice Feiring, April Bloomfield, Tomos Parry, Florence Knight, Jeremy Chan, Stephen Harris, Suzanne Moore, Honey & Co, Kermit Lynch, Fay Maschler, Simon J Woolf, Jon Bonne, Tim Hayward, Jancis Robinson, Hugh Johnson, Angela Hartnett, Merlin Labron-Johnson and Rowley Leigh.

Every issue is beautifully illustrated with artwork from the likes of John Broadley, Jose Mendez and Dennis Eriksson, and photography by Ben McMahon and Tom Cockram.