The world’s leading wine magazine has had a refresh, with a cleaner, more visually-led design and increased production values.
For over 45 years, Decanter has been helping readers to buy, enjoy and learn about wine. It combines deep expertise with great enthusiasm to provide a unique perspective on the world of wine (and, increasingly, spirits).
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As well as a premium, fresh design, you’ll find a new series on learning about wine, to help less experienced enthusiasts gain knowledge, insiders’ tips on matching wine and food, and a refreshing sprinkling of new voices and opinions to add to our existing roster of knowledgeable experts.
There’ll also be a larger tasting section, faster-paced features and more luxurious layouts.
The front-of-book news, brief stories and opinion section will also be larger to emphasise topicality and breadth.
‘It had been quite a while since the design was last refreshed so we decided it was high time to smarten up some of the more cobwebby bits,’ said Decanter’s Editor in chief Chris Maillard.
‘We’ve shaken up the front of the magazine, to give room for shorter, wider-ranging stories, and we’ve introduced a section on wine learning, to ensure that new enthusiasts are well catered for.’
‘However, we haven’t lost any of our in-depth expertise; we’re expanding our highly respected tasting section and will be continuing to delve deeply into all areas of the wine world.’
The new-look is starting with the July 2021 issue, on sale now, which is an Italy special, and comes with a free Bordeaux wine supplement. Find out what’s inside this latest issue here.