May/June 2012

Other: People
Back to nature – getting to grips with the murky world of natural wines
Hamish Anderson reckons the industry should stop complaining, The Stick‘s got a message for new managers, while Ryan Chetiyawardana is calling for some camaraderie.
Film nights are the way forward
 Meat and booze – what more could you possibly want? Thornbridge’s Jim Harrison shares the secrets of his success
Bibendum’s addressing the dearth of good spirits training out there
Pop-ups – a passing trend, or here to stay? Learning from the dark side – the off-trade, that is.
Aussie Chardonnay’s transformation into slimline beauty
The return of Bartenders v Sommeliers The unpronounceable world of Czech beer
The Tech Doctors: Kick your website into shape using the miracle of Google Analytics!
Where good drink and film collides Wine news analysis: Cutting out the middle man
Golden Oldies. All you need to know about champagnes with a bit of bottle age
Marcis Dzelzainis on fortified wines

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