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6 Wine Gems from Portugal for $17 or Less (Wine Spectator)

Tasting Highlights wine reviews are fresh out of the tasting room, offering a sneak peek of our editors most recent scores and notes to WineSpectator.com members.From crisp, light-bodied whites to robust reds, Portugal is a treasure trove for the adventurous wine lover. Its wealth of indigenous grape varieties, such as the fruity white Alvarinho and the hearty red Touriga Nacional, are what make Portugal stand out. The price points for these high-quality wines make them even more appealing. All ...


10 Hearty California Red Wines at 90+ Points (Wine Spectator)

Tasting Highlights wine reviews are fresh out of the tasting room, offering a sneak peek of our editors most recent scores and notes to WineSpectator.com members.Autumn is officially here. The days are getting shorter and the nights cooler, which means its time to replenish your red-wine supply. Todays selection of California reds will keep you cozy for the months ahead, from focused and zesty Pinot Noir to dark and brooding Syrah; each wine scored 90 points or more in recent tastings.Ridge chec...


7 Wine Staples from South Africa's Cape (Wine Spectator)

Tasting Highlights wine reviews are fresh out of the tasting room, offering a sneak peek of our editors most recent scores and notes to WineSpectator.com members.South Africas wine regions are spread over the Western and Northern capes, which cover about 130,000 square miles. This vast space is home to a great diversity of soils and microclimates, which allows for the cultivation of different grape varieties. Todays selection represents the rainbow of wines that South African producers make, wit...


12 Spicy West Coast Chardonnay Wines (Wine Spectator)

Tasting Highlights wine reviews are fresh out of the tasting room, offering a sneak peek of our editors most recent scores and notes to WineSpectator.com members.Originally from France, Chardonnay is now grown in every major winemaking country, and is the most famous white wine on the planet. Because the grape itself is fairly neutral, the resulting wines style is defined by where and how its made.California is well-known for full-bodied, oaky Chardonnays, but has also developed more restrained ...


8 Bold Argentine Malbec Wines (Wine Spectator)

Tasting Highlights wine reviews are fresh out of the tasting room, offering a sneak peek of our editors most recent scores and notes to WineSpectator.com members.Argentinas identity lies with Malbec; it accounts for 86 percent of the countrys vineyard acreage. But the wines have more than one identity. Argentinas wine regions range from 1,400 to 6,500 feet in elevation, with myriad microclimates resulting in a variety of styles. The heart of the countrys wine production is Mendoza, which itself ...


8 Sonoma Red Wines for All Occasions (Wine Spectator)

Tasting Highlights wine reviews are fresh out of the tasting room, offering a sneak peek of our editors most recent scores and notes to WineSpectator.com members.Sonoma Countys diverse geography and microclimates make the area an ideal home for a variety of red grapes and styles. Pinot Noir and Zinfandel are the regions calling cards, but Cabernet Sauvignon is also emerging as a contender. All three grapes take center stage in this weeks selection, hailing from some of the regions top subappella...


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