Above Sea Level #2
205 x 270 mm, 100 pages. London, UK
The Portugal issue.
On the Journal:
‘Wine journalism seems so ripe for reinvention I’m surprised that so far we’ve only seen Noble Rot from the indie sector. But now there’s Above Sea Level, the name a reference to the vital altitude measurements that dictate grape characteristics and thus wine flavour. It’s an impressive debut, covering wine-related art, label design and architecture as well as more directly linked subjects like barrels. Next up: wine country of the moment, Portugal.’ A review of the first issue from Coverage October 2016.