AJ Linn

Articulista de Opinión

AJ Linn se estableció en España hace más de 40 años tras una abreviada carrera en Inglaterra vinculada entre otras cosas con la importación de vinos. Ha vivido en El Puerto de Santa María y Cádiz, ahora Marbella, y durante las ultimas décadas se ha dedicado a varios negocios. Actualmente se limita a escribir sobre vino, gastronomía, flamenco y el estilo de vida español. Además de su columna semanal en el Diario Sur, sus artículos se publican con regularidad en medios de habla inglesa, tanto en España como en el extranjero.

Últimas publicaciones

  • 12 Apr 2024 16:35

    Food and drink opinion

    AJ Linn

    Cheaper than cola

    Bordeaux, in common with other French wine regions that are reducing production due to falling sales and changing consumer tastes, is uprooting its vineyards

  • 05 Apr 2024 11:14

    Au revoir camembert?

    The destiny of these cherished cheeses rests not solely in the hands of artisans and epicureans, but in the collective consciousness of a society on the cusp of change

  • 28 Mar 2024 09:39

    Food and drink opinion

    AJ Linn

    The key to happiness

    Results of an experiment showed that high-quality wines not only pleased the taste buds but also triggered a cascade of positive emotions

  • 22 Mar 2024 15:29

    Food and drink opinion

    AJ Linn

    Relaxed opening

    It's never been a secret that one of the things northern Europeans enjoy about visiting Spain is the relaxed approach to the opening times of bars and restaurants

  • 15 Mar 2024 15:10

    Food and drink opinion

    AJ Linn

    Cheese without cows

    Accepting that veganism is a growing trend, it is hardly surprising that commercial interests are doing all they can to hitch their wagon to this particular star, writes AJ Linn

  • 08 Mar 2024 16:12

    Food and drink opinion

    AJ Linn

    Water, water...

    The appreciation of water, particularly top of the range mineral waters sold in small bottles, has seen a significant increase over the last decade, with enthusiasts treating water tastings as if they were wine tastings

  • 01 Mar 2024 15:43

    Food and drink

    AJ Linn

    Wines in a country at war

    The future of the Ukrainian wine industry remains uncertain. The ability to harvest grapes, especially in the southern regions, is dependent on the outcome of the conflict

  • 23 Feb 2024 15:54

    Food and Drink

    AJ Linn

    Breakfast in Europe

    Only in France does the shape of the typical breakfast dish give it its name: the croissant, or crescent, with the religious connotations it conveys

  • 16 Feb 2024 15:37

    Food and drink opinion

    AJ Linn

    Silver lining

    A crime story was revealed last week that showed the wine trade is not immune from the occasional outrage


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