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Sorrel Moseley-Williams

Sorrel Moseley-Williams
Sorrel Moseley-Williams

Sorrel Moseley-Williams

Sorrel is a British freelance journalist and sommelier based in Argentina since 2006, covering travel, food and drinks in Latin America; she's also the World’s 50 Best Bars academy chair for South America. She writes for Decanter, Monocle, Drinks International, Condé Nast Traveller, Lonely Planet, Fodor's and Good Beer Hunting, and Clarín and La Nación in Spanish among others. Sorrel also wrote ‘Mil’ (Catapulta, 2022), Peruvian chefs Virgilio Martínez and Pía León’s latest book about their multidisciplinary Andean restaurant. On the sommelier side, she is behind SOROL Wines, a Cabernet Franc-driven project, and Dill & Tonic.

Profile photo by Rodrigo Ruíz Ciancia.

Dynamic restaurant duos in South America.
The dynamic duos behind South America’s best restaurants
Meet the people pairings that complement each other like ribeye and malbec and are driving South America’s surge on the culinary world stage.
Pía Salazar, World's Best Pastry Chef 2023.
Who is the Ecuadorian chosen as the World’s Best Pastry Chef?
Meet Pía Salazar of Nuema in Quito, named World’s Best Pastry Chef by The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2023.
Chef Marsia Taha and the La Paz cityscape.
Marsia Taha’s guide to La Paz
Get the lowdown on what to eat and see in Bolivia's high-altitude capital from local expert chef Marsia Taha of Gustu.
Chef Carmen Angel and the Medellín skyline.
Carmen Angel’s guide to Medellín
While she was raised in southern California, Colombian heritage on her father Diego’s side eventually drew chef Carmen Angel to make Medellín, his birthplace
A vineyard in Mendoza, Argentina’s best-known wine region.
The best winery restaurants in Mendoza
Mendoza, Argentina’s best-known wine-making region, has long been popular with the Malbec-sipping set who yearn for lazy lunches paired with vineyard vistas.
Discover the Rising Stars of Latin America’s 50 Best
Latin America is a continent on the up. Here are some of the rising stars of this year's Latin America's 50 Best Restaurants list that will shape the region's gastronomic future. Take a look.
Meet the Women Shaking Up the World's 50 Best Bars
Some of the best bartenders in the World's 50 Best Bars 2022 were women. South America academy chair Sorrel Moseley-Williams gives us the lowdown on some of the world's top female bartenders.
Izamal Convento de Padua Yucatan
Where to Eat in Mérida and Yucatán
Discover all the best street food, markets and fine-dining spots in south east Mexico's hot foodie destination, and home to the Latin America's 50 Best Restaurants 2022 ceremony.
Leo Espinosa and Laura Hernández Espinosa on the left and on the right on of the dishes from their new menu
LEO 2.0: A Restaurant Reborn by Mother and Daughter
The mother and daughter team behind LEO in Bogota relaunched the restaurant in a new purpose-built premises, with a new sense of purpose. Leo Espinosa and Laura Hernández Espinosa spoke to Fine Dining Lovers about their vision, their relationship and a restaurant reborn.
Squid Game: Twins Garden Plays with 3D Printing
Moscow's Berezutskiy twins are playing around with the latest in food tech to produce some seriously realistic 'seafood' with just a handful of plant-based materials. Find out more.
Virgilio Martinez's Chefs
Meet the Three Chefs Driving Virgilio Martínez’s Global Mission 
After Central was named restaurant of the decade by Latin America's 50 Best, Virgilio Martínez is looking to explore new territories, but not without the help of some super-talented chefs. Meet the trio helping the Peruvian chef realise his vision in Russia and Japan.
Pía León
Pía León: "Women Have to Want to Belong in the Industry"
Back in August, Pía León of Kjolle restaurant in Lima was named the World's Best Female Chef. Fine Dining Lovers spoke to the chef about her career pathway, as well as the way forward for women in the industry, and her own projects for the future. Take a look.