Legendary wine figure Michael Broadbent recently celebrated his 400th column for Decanter, the UK’s leading wine magazine, at a select party in London. Michael, a Master of Wine since 1960, is one of the best known figures in the wine trade for many reasons: his affiliation with Christie’s auction house, his meticulous tasting notes gathered over almost 60 years, and his delightful columns in Decanter since its founding in 1975, as well as his many books on wine.
Pol Roger Cuvée Sir Winston Churchill 1990 in magnum
Corton-Charlemagne, Bonneau du Martray 2003
Mouton 1982 in magnum
Chateau Climens 1971
Graham’s Vintage Port 1970
We are pleased and proud that Graham’s was part of the celebration of Michael’s extraordinary contribution and longevity in the world of wine.
Read the full article on Decanter’s website: Michael Broadbent Celebrates 400th Column