Hamish Anderson is a judge at the at the Decanter World Wine Awards (DWWA)

Hamish Anderson profile:

Hamish Anderson started his career in wine as sommelier at Bibendum, the original Conran restaurant in the Michelin building. He is currently the head sommelier and wine buyer for Tate, whose cellars have won numerous awards, and also writes about wine, with his book Vino: Great Wine for Everyday Life selling over 15,000 copies. Anderson currently writes regular columns for the Saturday Telegraph Magazine along with contributing to Telegraph Men.

Hamish first judged at DWWA in 2009.