(1939-present) is a British writer and expert on wine. This
collection of his papers includes handwritten and typescript
manuscripts, research files, correspondence related to several of
Mr. Johnson's books on wine, drafts of many of his articles,
correspondence and notes on his publications and related
projects, and a set of press clippings and scrapbooks documenting
his early work.
Hugh Johnson (1939-present) is a British writer and expert on
wine. Mr. Johnson has been writing on wine since the 1960s,
beginning as a feature writer for Condé Nast Publications and
soon after becoming editor of Wine and Food magazine and wine
correspondent for "The Sunday Times". He is the author of dozens
of books on wine, an enthusiastic wine historian, and promoter of
wines from all areas of the world.
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