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Daniel Rogers is qualified through the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) Level 3 (Advanced) in Wine and Spirits. He is employed by the Wine Society, and he is also a shareholder; however, all views presented here are personal and do not represent those of the Wine Society or the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET).

Janet Rogers is a writer, editor and proofreader originally from the United States. Her most recent work has been in fiction, narrative nonfiction, and in cookery.

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  1. Zelda

    Thanks for the mention of my ‘Wine World Colouring Book’! I need to throw down the gauntlet (first time ever using that expression, haha!) and challenge you: Pour a glass of something nice, pick up some crayons, and see if you don’t enjoy some mindless/ful colouring on your favorite subject (print them off from VinePair’s article)! Tweet me the result. Colouring is surprisingly calming in these stressful times!


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