A Piece Of Historyby Oliver Styles
Old wines are like cocaine: I’ve only ever enjoyed someone else’s. I’ve never bought my own. Noblesse oblige and all that. It’s not that I’m not grateful – or appreciative....
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Oliver Styles is a winemaker and wine writer based in Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand. He spent six formative years working at wine magazine Decanter and decanter.com before moving to Spain in 2009 and retraining as a winemaker. He has since worked in wineries of all shapes and sizes across Spain, France and New Zealand. He owns and runs Halcyon Days (a minimal intervention wine label) alongside his wife, Amy. He has written for numerous consumer and trade titles and writes regularly for wine-searcher.com.