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2018 Beaujolais Nouveau: Bright Gamays Shine (Wine Spectator)

The third Thursday of November isnt just any other Thursday. It’s Beaujolais Nouveau Day, the celebration of France’s first wines of the vintage—les vins de primeur.Meant for immediate consumption, Beaujolais Nouveau is made from Gamay grapes and typically vinified by carbonic maceration, which gives it its hallmark fresh, fruity flavors and lightly tannic structure.Leading Beaujolais vintner Franck Duboeuf is excited about the 2018 vintage. Despite a wet start to the growing season, his team mi...


7 Turkey Day Chardonnay Wines (and What to Pair Them With) (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.Before we all go into full hibernation mode and stock up on Cabernet and Zinfandel for the winter, lets consider pairing possibilities for the upcoming holidays. A classic Thanksgiving choice is Chardonnay. Yes, we all have that one sister or uncle who turns their nose up at Chardonnay because of that one wine they disliked eight years ...


7 California Cabernet and Merlot Wines Up to 92 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.Napa Valley sets the benchmark for Cabernet and Merlot in California, but the rising cost of grapes and land can translate to hefty price tags for the regions top wines. This selection of reds delivers character and depth at reasonable prices, and also includes a solid value from Paso Robles.Hoopes leads the pack with its intriguing 201...


6 Shining Spanish 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.Spain has the largest vineyard area of any country in the world, and many indigenous grapes to work with. Given the diversity of terroir, climate and raw material, its wines offer a variety of styles. Here is a sampling of wines, all rated 90 points or higher, from regions around the country.ABADIA RETUERTA Viño de la Tierra de Castilla...


8 Great California Wine Finds Under $20 (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.Everyone loves a good deal, especially when it comes to wine. Here are eight budget-friendly California bottlings from recent tastings that wont disappoint no matter the occasion.Sauvignon Blanc is often a great pick for bargain-buying, as many clock in under $20 and are perfect crowd-pleasers. We have two different styles here: Quivira...


7 Exciting Styles of Australian Wine (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.Australia is not a wine monolith: Its a vast country that makes wines from a wide variety of regions, climates and grapes. Todays selection explores this diversity with reds from four distinct grapes and a few in between. Whether you prefer a juicy Grenache or a robust Cabernet, Australia has something for you—no 22-hour flight required...


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