Georges Meekers

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Georges J. M. Meekers (born 1965 in Sint-Truiden, Belgium) is a wine writer and educator.

His writing career began in the 1990s, when he wrote a wine column for Malta Today. He continues to contribute to The Times of Malta and several international wine trade magazines, such as Harpers Magazine,[1] with vintage reports on Malta and other upcoming wine regions. He is also the author of the first reference book on the Maltese wine industry.[2]

Outside Malta, Meekers is perhaps best known for his role as founder of the Nudist Campus; he is also head of sales at Emmanuel Delicata Winemaker, and is a member of the Circle of Wine Writers.[3]

Awards[edit]

His publication 'Wines of Malta – the essential guide' was awarded 'Best Wine Guide' at the Gourmand World Cookbook Award in London, 2008.[4]

Selected bibliography[edit]

  • Georges Meekers, Wines of Malta – The Essential Guide, 2007
  • Georges Meekers, Georges Meekers' Cleanskin - A Vinous Expose, 2011
  • Georges Meekers, Wines of Malta, The Definitive Guide to the New Heritage Wines of Malta and Gozo, 2011 |e-book|

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See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Harpers Vintage Wine And Spirit Directory, 2005,6,7
  2. ^ Luxury Experience Meets Wine Expert Georges Meekers
  3. ^ Circle of Wine Writers - Members List
  4. ^ See: Gourmand World Awards, Year Book 2008