A consummate wine correspondent with a love for hip hop and family

7th June, 2020
A consummate wine correspondent with a love for hip hop and family
Tomás Clancy sadly past away early last week and will be remembered for his expert knowledge of wine amoung many other things

Tomás Clancy, the Business Post’s wine and spirits correspondent, who died last week, was one of this paper’s longest-standing contributors, having first begun writing for it in 1999.

It is not an understatement to describe his knowledge of wine as encylopaedic, but that knowledge also extended to matters like the the socio-political history of the wine region he happened to be writing about. Even those who regarded themselves...

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