Philip Tuck MW Obituary: What Happened to Philip Tuck MW?

Philip Tuck MW Obituary

Philip Tuck MW: The wine industry mourns the loss of Philip Tuck MW, a revered figure and co-founder of Hatch Mansfield. Let’s explore his exceptional journey from Sussex University to becoming a Master of Wine and the driving force behind Hatch Mansfield’s success.

Who Was Philip Tuck MW?

Born in 1963, Tuck graduated from Sussex University and went straight into the wine trade, joining Avery’s of Bristol in 1986, where he remained for five years – “probably far too long”, in his words.

Philip Tuck MW: The Tragic Cycling Accident

Philip Tuck’s life was cut short in a devastating cycling accident in France. While the specific details of the incident have not been disclosed, it resulted in major injuries from which he couldn’t recover. The wine industry reflects on the profound loss of this esteemed figure.

Remembering Philip Tuck MW’s Legacy

As we bid farewell to Philip Tuck MW, we honor his contributions to the wine world and his passion for sports. Colleagues, friends, and associates mourn the loss of this valued colleague, and their thoughts are with his family during this difficult time.

A spokesperson for the Institute of Masters of Wine wrote: “Phil touched so many people’s lives both within the IMW and the wider world of wine. Since becoming an MW in 1999 Phil was actively involved in the IMW. Many will remember him from his regular attendance at study programme seminars, as the practical panel chair from 2014 – 2018 and as a member of Council.”

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