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Jane MacQuitty, award-winning wine and drink writer, author, judge and commentator, will be joining Professor Roger Kirby for an enthralling discussion on her successful career, the top 100 wines for the Times, charity work, wine and health, alcoholism, and The Vintners' Company.
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MacQuitty started her career as wine and food correspondent for House & Garden magazine, followed by two years at the Consumers’ Association editing the Which? Wine Guide.
She has been The Times wine and drink critic since the ‘80s and is renowned for her independent and outspoken stance on the wine world, commenting, as one of the country’s top merchants noted, ‘without fear or favour’.
*Please note there may be slight changes to the advertised start and end times of this webinar, subject to MacQuitty's work requirements.
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The In Conversation Live webinar series will continue our much loved In Conversation events, giving you the opportunity to get first-hand insights into the lives and thoughts of high profile individuals, bringing an intimate, relaxed and entertaining perspective into your living room.
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Previous participants of the RSM In Conversation series include; Jed Mercurio, Hugh Bonneville, Evan Davis, Fergal Keane, and Professor Andrew Roberts.
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