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Edmund Penning-Rowsell (1913–2002)

Author of The wines of Bordeaux

Includes the names: Edmund Penning-Rowsell, Edmund (introduction) Penning Rowsell

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"Edmund Penning-Rowsell, who was probably the world's longest-serving wine correspondent, was an engaging bundle of contradictions. A lifelong, habitual dissenter who relished his contacts and friendships with establishment figures, a Communist who worked for the Financial Times and liked his lunches with Baron Philippe de Rothschild or at his club, the Travellers, Eddie Penning-Rowsell was a high-minded man who enjoyed high living." Married to Margaret Penning-Rowsell.
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