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Malbec News:

Here’s the True Can’t-Miss List for the New York Wine Experience (Wine Spectator)

Earlier this week, Wine Spectator staffers Ben ODonnell and Emma Balter debated thehippest wines to try at the New York Wine Experience Grand Tastings, Oct. 18and 19 at the New York Marriott Marquis inTimes Square. WineSpectator senior editor Dana Nigro and news editor Mitch Frank had somethoughts on their choices ....Mitch: Notice how our Millennial colleagues appear interested in just twothings: celebs and looking cool Gen Xers know that the true joy of the New YorkWine Experience is not findi...


First Look: Tommasi's Ambitious New 10-Year-Old Amarone (Wine Spectator)

Elite Amarone wines, or any Italian wines for that matter, that command bottle prices around $300 make up a small clique that rarely admits new members.But last week, Tommasi joined the club.The 116-year-old producer, based in the village of Pedemonte di Valpolicella, released the first vintage of a new small-production, single-vineyard cuvée, the 2008 De Buris Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Riserva.“De Buris is not a new high-end Amarone from Tommasi. It’s a completely new project,” compan...


What We’re Excited to Taste at the New York Wine Experience (Wine Spectator)

What should we taste at the New York Wine Experience Grand Tastings, Oct. 18 and 19, at the New York Marriott Marquis in Times Square is definitely an actual thing that the digital editorial team at Wine Spectator is asking itself, and is definitely not at all a flimsy premise for a promotional event-preview blog. Here now is the true-to-life chat between our own hipster Millennial beat reporters, Ben O’Donnell and Emma Balter, reprinted verbatim as it appeared in real time.Ben: I don’t know abo...


Diana Snowden Seysses Brings a Burgundian Mindset to Napa Wine (Wine Spectator)

Senior editor James Molesworth will become Wine Spectators lead taster for California Cabernet Sauvignon at the end of this year. He recently returned to Napa Valley for more visits with top wineries. And dont miss our Q&A with James on his Napa Cab eureka moments, his scoring philosophy, and what hes up to when hes not tasting wine.Driving up the Silverado Trail with Diana Snowden Seysses inher pick-up truck, I ask about the recent rainy weather in Napa, just asCabernet picking was getting ...


Larkmead: Polishing a Rustic Diamond (Wine Spectator)

Senior editor James Molesworth will become Wine Spectators lead taster for California Cabernet Sauvignon at the end of this year. He recently returned to Napa Valley for more visits with top wineries. And dont miss our Q&A with James on his Napa Cab eureka moments, his scoring philosophy, and what hes up to when hes not tasting wine.When it comes to Napa Valleys diamonds, most folks arefamiliar with Diamond Creek, the venerable winery founded by Al Brounstein. Knownfor its three distinct soi...


The Millennial Wine Smell Test: Non-Conforming Beverages (Wine Spectator)

We Millennials are difficult to pin down. Do we even care if such-and-such wine is a Cabernet or a Pinot Marketing types are regularly seeking to woo the youths into consuming their products, and Ive also been contemplating this matter. One thing is sure: Theres a sense of individuality and you-do-you-ism to this generation that has carried over to alcoholic beverages.The recent move toward drink crossovers, or hybrids, is only natural, as people just love to create something new and exciting fr...


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