Sediment is the wine-writing partnership of Charles Jennings & Paul Keers.
Charles Jennings is a writer and journalist whose books range from the best-selling travelogue Up North, to the state-of-the-union satire Faintheart, to the critically-acclaimed Them and Us – a study of the American invasion of Edwardian high society and a Radio 4 Book of the Week. He has written for the Daily Telegraph, Observer, Financial Times, Independent, and Esquire magazine; and has been a columnist for the Guardian and Times newspapers. In between, he has written drama for Radio 4, presented The Property Show for Thames Televison, and been a visiting Fellow at Goldsmiths College. For more of Charles Jennings’ books, please see his website and be in touch with Sara Menguc via email at email@example.com.
Paul Keers is a writer and magazine editor, whose articles have been published in more than 30 newspapers and magazines, from Cosmopolitan to The Sunday Times, and from the Daily Mail to the FT Weekend. He was the Launch Editor of GQ magazine in the UK, and his book, A Gentleman’s Wardrobe, was published in four international editions. He launched and ran a contract publishing agency, which published magazines for corporate clients including Conran, Guinness and the NCT, and continues to work for clients as an editorial consultant. For more information visit his website: www.keers.co.uk.
Sediment began in 2010, a distinctively entertaining voice in the otherwise serious world of wine blogging. Their first book, Sediment: Two Gentlemen And Their Mid-Life Terroirs, was published in 2014, and won the John Avery Award in the 2014 André Simon Food & Drink Book Awards. It is published in paperback as I’ve Bought It, So I’ll Drink It.