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Wall Street Journal Panel: Book your tickets

by Atlas Fine Wines | Sep 11, 2015

Simon has been invited by William Lyons, The Wall Street Journal's wine columnist, to participate on a panel of experts for the event  'Fine Wine: A Suitable Case for Investment.' Held at the WSJ's headquarters, Simon will speak alongside Miles Davis (Wine Asset Managers) and Nick Martin (Wine Owners). Tickets for the event, held on 23rd September at 1 London Bridge Street from 6.30-8.30pm are available to WSJ subscribers and their guests, and are now on sale.

About Will Lyons
Will Lyons writes a weekly wine column for The Wall Street Journal. His humorous, informed, down-to-earth writing has been recognized in both the Glenfiddich and Roederer wine writing Awards. He began his career in London, as a wine merchant in St. James’s for Justerini & Brooks where he developed a love for the classic wines of Europe. He has written for a variety of publications including The Scotsman, Scotland on Sunday, The Reader’s Digest, The Spectator and Decanter. He is a past president of the Edinburgh University Wine Society, where in between wine tasting, he read History. 

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