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Malbec News:

A Quintessential California Wine Story: Spottswoode Stands the Test of Time (Wine Spectator)

Senior editor James Molesworth is Wine Spectators new lead taster for California Cabernet Sauvignon. 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.With its history, Spottswoode represents a link to Napasseemingly distant backwater past, when land was easy to buy and jug wines were made from grapes likeGreen Hungarian. Spottswoode also ...


Napa’s Chef in the Cave: Abreu Winemaker Brad Grimes (Wine Spectator)

Senior editor James Molesworth is Wine Spectators new lead taster for California Cabernet Sauvignon. 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.Music echoes through the cave as I enter, and I can hear the far off sound of clinking metal. Someone is in here.As I move through the rows of barrels and come to a small passageway between ...


A Tenor Discovers Wine (Wine Spectator)

Brian Jagde (pronounced jade) had to make a decision early in his professional life: Pursue a career as a sommelier or as an operatic tenor. He chose music, and he is now one of the opera worlds stars.I caught up with the 39-year-old tenor at a wine bar near San Franciscos opera house, where he had been killing it in the leading role of Cavaradossi in Puccinis Tosca. Over glasses of wine, he filled in the blanks on his story.To earn spending money as a teenager in a New York City suburb, he work...


Battle Fromage: Cheesemonger Invitational Masters (Wine Spectator)

Over the last weekend of October, the first noreaster of autumn crashedthrough New York City, whipping sheets of rain on 60 mph gusts of wind throughthe deserted corridors of industrial Long Island City in Queens. But signs oflife, in the form of house music audible over the jarring rumble of passingtractor-trailers, emanated from the Larkin Cold Storage facility, not unlikeany number of area warehouses hosting costume party–cum-raves that Saturday night.Inside Larkin, another force of nature wa...


Primitivo, the Fino Way (Wine Spectator)

It’s an odd tribute to a winemaker.In the bathroom of PerBacco—a gastronomic wine osteria in Bari, Italy—two matching sinks are fashioned from the empty wood cases of a Puglia wine legend.“Gianfranco Fino showed the world the potential of what a wine from Puglia could be,” enthuses owner Beppe Schino.He’s not alone in his admiration. Fino’s 14-year rise in the heel of the Italian boot has been meteoric. He founded his winery with a vision for meticulously producing limited-quantity, high-end Pri...


Spätburgunder: Germany’s Answer to Burgundy's Pinot Noirs (Wine Spectator)

Germany is so closely identified with Riesling that you may be surprised to learn that the country is the third-largest producer of Pinot Noir in the world, behind France and the United States, according to the Wines of Germany trade organization.Germans call the grape Spätburgunder, which means late-ripening (spät) Pinot (Burgunder). Nearly all of the 13 German winemaking regions grow Pinot Noir, most notably Ahr (where Spätburgunder accounts for more than 50 percent of plantings), along with B...


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