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Ventoux's Château Pesquié: Waking the Rhône’s Sleeping Giant (Wine Spectator)

Château Pesquié, which sits northeast of Avignon within France’s Rhône Valley, looks and feels like a place that has produced fine wines for ages.Lined by centuries-old, leafy plane trees, the drive up to the estate leads to a noble, 18th-century stone farmhouse surrounded by gurgling garden fountains fed by natural underground springs. Behind the house begin the manicured old Grenache vines.About 250 acres of organic vineyards spread over the foothills of Mont Ventoux, known as the “Giant of Pr...


Dining Guide: Tasting Through Santa Fe, New Mexico (Wine Spectator)

Santa Fe, N.M., holds a special place in my heart. I visited New Mexico for the first time in the summer of 2014 and fell head over heels for the beauty of its landscape; the feeling of serenity I get from its desert expanse, towering mountains and vibrant colors is unparalleled by anywhere else Ive traveled to.Ive been back quite a few times since, and have eaten through my fair share of the regions eateries. New Mexican cuisine is its own thing, taking elements from Mexican and Native American...


92 Years Young, with Cabernets that Stand the Test of Time (Wine Spectator)

Senior editor James Molesworth will become Wine Spectators lead taster for California Cabernet Sauvignon at the end of this year. He recently made a trip to Napa Valley and is posting dispatches from some of the regions 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.At 92 years young, and with 65 years of winemaking under hisbelt, itd be easy for Philip Togni to kick back a little. But there ...


It’s Rossese Time: A Vibrant Red Wine for Warm Weather (Wine Spectator)

I spent much of this summer in the south of France and—heresy alert!—drank no rosé.Instead, I explored the joys of summer-friendly reds—fresh, fruit-driven wines that lend themselves to a bit of chilling and pair beautifully with summer salads, fish and grilled foods.My new favorite warm-weather red comes from just across the Italian border, in Liguria, in one of Italy’s tiniest and most heroically farmed appellations: Rossese di Dolceacqua.Though it was a thriving wine region in the 19th centur...


Bart Araujo Earns an 'A' with Accendo Cellars (Wine Spectator)

Senior editor James Molesworth will become Wine Spectators lead taster for California Cabernet Sauvignon at the end of this year. He recently made a trip to Napa Valley and is posting dispatches from some of the regions 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 his family name inmind, Bart Araujo found a good fit for his newest projects label. It wasnteasy though.Wed gone through th...


Randy Dunn's Howell Mountain Legacy (Wine Spectator)

Senior editor James Molesworth will become Wine Spectators lead taster for California Cabernet Sauvignon at the end of this year. He recently made a trip to Napa Valley and is posting dispatches from some of the regions 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.Ive always liked the Dunn style, both the wine and thewinemaker. The wines are loaded with very, very dark fruit backed by a gut...


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Ventoux's Château Pesquié: Waking the Rhône’s Sleeping Giant (Wine Spectator)

Château Pesquié, which sits northeast of Avignon within France’s Rhône Valley, looks and feels like a place that has produced fine wines for ages.Lined by centuries-old, leafy plane trees, the drive up to the estate leads to a noble, 18th-century stone farmhouse surrounded by gurgling garden fountains fed by natural underground springs. Behind the house begin the manicured old Grenache vines.About 250 acres of organic vineyards spread over the foothills of Mont Ventoux, known as the “Giant of Pr...


Dining Guide: Tasting Through Santa Fe, New Mexico (Wine Spectator)

Santa Fe, N.M., holds a special place in my heart. I visited New Mexico for the first time in the summer of 2014 and fell head over heels for the beauty of its landscape; the feeling of serenity I get from its desert expanse, towering mountains and vibrant colors is unparalleled by anywhere else Ive traveled to.Ive been back quite a few times since, and have eaten through my fair share of the regions eateries. New Mexican cuisine is its own thing, taking elements from Mexican and Native American...


92 Years Young, with Cabernets that Stand the Test of Time (Wine Spectator)

Senior editor James Molesworth will become Wine Spectators lead taster for California Cabernet Sauvignon at the end of this year. He recently made a trip to Napa Valley and is posting dispatches from some of the regions 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.At 92 years young, and with 65 years of winemaking under hisbelt, itd be easy for Philip Togni to kick back a little. But there ...


It’s Rossese Time: A Vibrant Red Wine for Warm Weather (Wine Spectator)

I spent much of this summer in the south of France and—heresy alert!—drank no rosé.Instead, I explored the joys of summer-friendly reds—fresh, fruit-driven wines that lend themselves to a bit of chilling and pair beautifully with summer salads, fish and grilled foods.My new favorite warm-weather red comes from just across the Italian border, in Liguria, in one of Italy’s tiniest and most heroically farmed appellations: Rossese di Dolceacqua.Though it was a thriving wine region in the 19th centur...


Bart Araujo Earns an 'A' with Accendo Cellars (Wine Spectator)

Senior editor James Molesworth will become Wine Spectators lead taster for California Cabernet Sauvignon at the end of this year. He recently made a trip to Napa Valley and is posting dispatches from some of the regions 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 his family name inmind, Bart Araujo found a good fit for his newest projects label. It wasnteasy though.Wed gone through th...


Randy Dunn's Howell Mountain Legacy (Wine Spectator)

Senior editor James Molesworth will become Wine Spectators lead taster for California Cabernet Sauvignon at the end of this year. He recently made a trip to Napa Valley and is posting dispatches from some of the regions 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.Ive always liked the Dunn style, both the wine and thewinemaker. The wines are loaded with very, very dark fruit backed by a gut...


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