Jancis Robinson (1950-present), OBE MW, is a British wine writer, journalist, and television presenter. Her papers include
tasting notes from commercial and trade tastings, wine festivals, and informal occasions. The collection also includes a clipping
books and clipping files containing copies of Jancis Robinson's articles, articles about Ms. Robinson and her work, and publications
edited by Ms. Robinson. Ms. Robinson's television work is documented through press clippings and videocassettes of selected
programs, including "Matters of Taste", "The Wine Programme", "Vintner's Tales", "Jancis Robinson's Wine Course", and "Taste
with Jancis Robinson". Photographs in the collection include formal publicity photographs, posed and informal photographs
from award events and tastings, and photographs taken during filming of television programs. The collection also includes
a small amount of personal and professional correspondence, a selection of books authored by Jancis Robinson, and a number
of award medals.
Jancis Robinson (1950-present), OBE MW, is a British wine writer, journalist, and television presenter. Ms. Robinson is the
author of twenty-nine books and hundreds of articles. Among her books are
The 24-Hour Wine Expert (2016),
How to Taste/Jancis Robinson's Wine Tasting Workbook (2002 and 2008),
Tasting Pleasure/Confessions of a Wine Lover (1997),
Jancis Robinson's Wine Course (1995 and 2003),
Vines, Grapes & Wines (1986),
Masterglass (1983), and
The Wine Book (1979). She is editor of
The Oxford Companion to Wine, co-author with Hugh Johnson of
The World Atlas of Wine, and co-author of
Wine Grapes: A complete guide to 1,368 vine varieties, including their origins and flavours. Her television work includes, among others, "The Wine Programme" (1983-1986), which was the world's first television series
about wine; "Matters of Taste" (1988 and 1991); "Vintners' Tales" (1992 and 1998); "Jancis Robinson's Wine Course" (1995,
with accompanying book); and "Taste with Jancis Robinson" (1999).
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