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DWWA judge profile: Simon Woolf

Simon Woolf is a judge at the 2020 Decanter World Wine Awards (DWWA)

Simon Woolf

Simon Woolf is a British journalist and writer currently clinging to mainland Europe in Amsterdam. A regular contributor to Decanter magazine, Meininger Wine Business International and World of Fine Wine, Woolf is a critical advocate for organics, biodynamics and natural winemaking, and specialises in the wines of Italy, Austria, Portugal and Eastern Europe.



He is the founder and editor of The Morning Claret, one of the world’s most respected resources for natural wines.

Simon’s first book “Amber Revolution” was published in 2018 to widespread critical acclaim, and listed as one of the New York Times wine books of the year. The book won the prestigious Roederer International Wine Writer Awards Book of the Year 2019.

Simon was the Roederer International Wine Writer Awards Feature Writer of the Year 2018.


Follow Simon on Twitter: @simonjwoolf

 

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