“I’ve bought it, so I’ll drink it”
Sediment is the award-winning wine writing partnership of Paul Keers (PK) and Charles Jennings (CJ)
Sediment: Two Gentlemen and their Mid-Life Terroirs
“Not just laugh-aloud funny, but snortingly, choke on your cornflakes funny – up there with Kingsley Amis and Jay McInerney.” – Julian Barnes
• Winner of the John Avery Award in the André Simon Food & Drink Book Awards 2014
• Evening Standard Drinks Books of the Year
• The Independent Drinks Books of the Year
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The Sediment Blog
The Sediment wine blog is written by Paul Keers (PK) and Charles Jennings (CJ).
It has a keen following, and a high profile, for its idiosyncratic approach to wine and wine writing. In a nod to the film Withnail & I, Sediment has been described by New Statesman writer and Guardian literary critic Nick Lezard as “The finest wine blog available to humanity”.
In 2015, Sediment was shortlisted as Blogger of the Year in the International Wine & Spirit Competition
In 2012, PK’s post Just Looking: The Joy of Wine Browsing, won 1st Runner-up in the Best Editorial Wine Writing category of the Born Digital Wine Awards.
In 2011, Sediment was the only UK finalist in the Wine Blog Awards, run from the US to recognise excellence in new media, in the Best New Wine Blog category.
Among his own posts, PK’s favourites include:
Wining and Dining
The Sediment Guide to Wine and the Dinner-Party
Sediment have published their own ebook, a collection of eight essays on the subject of wine and the dinner-party.
The ebook was featured in The Guardian’s list of The Best Drinks Books of 2013.