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Read Ian D'Agata's article, Tiberio Pecorino Colline Pescaresi 2005-2018 on Vinous now.
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Vinous Jan 14
"As always, our Preview article covers wines in the market now. We will add to it periodically, culminating with a full report later this spring." Read 's article, Seeing 20/20 – Sonoma & Anderson Valley Preview on Vinous now.
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Vinous Jan 13
"My tastings in Napa Valley this past fall were incredibly illuminating." Read 's article, 2017 & 2018 Napa Valley In Depth Part 1 on Vinous now.
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Vinous Jan 9
"The 2018 vintage sprung many surprises, thankfully many of them positive. The bigger question is whether it is a harbinger of things to come." Read 's article, 2018 Burgundy: Confounded Expectations on Vinous now.
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Vinous Jan 8
"DeLille Cellars’ Chaleur Blanc has been Washington State’s most consistently brilliant white wine since the mid-2000s." Read Stephen Tanzer's latest vertical, DeLille Cellars Chaleur Blanc: 1995-2016 on Vinous now.
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Vinous Jan 7
"I was thrilled to co-host this complete Masseto retrospective with winemaker Axel Heinz, singer/songwriter Martina McBride and her husband, producer John McBride. It was a phenomenal weekend." Read 's Masseto Retrospective on Vinous now.
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Vinous Jan 3
"While I could give readers a long list of super-rare wines I had in 2019, this list is all about Moments. Specific events that were about much more than just wine…." Read 's article, 2019 – The Year in Review on Vinous now.
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Vinous Jan 3
Read Antonio Galloni's letter on Vinous now:
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Vinous Dec 30
"This annual review confirms that in fact I did reach the end of 2019. The last 12 months were full of highs and deepest of lows - yet there was always wine, music and a tomorrow." Read 's article, Neal Martin's Review of 2019 on Vinous now.
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Vinous Dec 23
"This comprehensive tasting back to 1984 showcased the astonishing quality of Mount Eden's Pinot Noir over the last four decades." Read 's article, Mount Eden Pinot Noir: 1984-2016 on Vinous now.
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Vinous Dec 20
"Châteauneuf-du-Pape fans will find plenty to like from 2017, a vintage marked by consistently warm to hot weather that yielded distinctly rich, fleshy, fruit-driven wines." Read more from Josh Raynolds' latest article on Vinous now.
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Vinous Dec 19
"This complete vertical of La Ricolma, the first ever held at the estate, provided a fabulous opportunity to learn more about the wine and the Martini di Cigala family’s rich lineage." Read 's latest article on Vinous now.
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Vinous Dec 18
"I have had a number of unforgettable and deeply educational tastings at Roederer over the years. This was one of the most fascinating." Read more from 's article, Cristal in Magnum: It’s Another World on Vinous now.
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Vinous Dec 16
"The Finger Lakes has been branded an 'up-and-coming' wine region for almost two decades. So, at this point, it’s a reasonable question to ask: Have the wines finally arrived? Well, yes and no." Read Jason Wilson's article, Finger Lakes With a Flourish.
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Vinous Dec 13
"Readers will find a wide range of new releases in the market this fall, everything from tiny-production Champagnes to the latest from the grandes marques." Read more from Antonio Galloni's article, Champagne – 2019 Fall Releases on Vinous now.
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Vinous Dec 4
"As the year winds down, this article gathers Bordeaux tasting notes from old to young, derided to legendary vintages, and value-for-money wines to ridiculously expensive...with a few surprises along the way." Read 's latest on Vinous now.
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Vinous Dec 3
"A trio of superb vintages and a glut of grapes have combined to give wine lovers the best chance yet to enjoy outstanding values from Washington." Read Stephen Tanzer's article, New Releases from Washington: A Bonanza for Consumers on Vinous now.
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Vinous Nov 22
"As I have written previously, 2015 is a mixed vintage, and yet there are plenty of compelling wines, many of them from estates that are surging in quality." Read 's latest article, 2015 Barolo – The Late Releases on Vinous now.
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Vinous Nov 15
"The big question is this: Does 2018 truly belong among the legendary Bordeaux vintages?" Read 's latest article, The Future’s Not What It Was: Bordeaux 2018 on Vinous now.
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Vinous Nov 13
"Accornero’s Grignolino del Monferrato Casalese Bricco del Bosco Vigne Vecchie is arguably Italy’s best Grignolino." Read Ian D'Agata's latest article on Vinous now.
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