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2008 The Old Faithful Top Of The Hill Shiraz McLaren Vale
McLaren Vale, South Australia

Inky purple. Blackcurrant, blackberry, licorice a... Read More

Estates: With 5 hillside vineyards, this Estate is destined to be a treasure trove of great 'Rhone' varietal wines.

The history of Rutherglen Estates can be traced back to the late 1800s when the Burgoyne Brothers, who later changed their name to 'The Rutherglen Estates', purchased Mt Ophir winery and vineyard operations. Although o... Read More

Estates: Monte Vicor is an exciting New Project from a family with a history of winemaking dating back to 1867. The heart of the project is low yielding Garnacha vineyards.

Monte Vicor is named after the Vicor Mountains that dominate the landscape and are home to much of the vineyards owned by to the fifth generation Langa vignerons, Juan and Cesar Langa Gonzalez, Owners of Bodega Langa Her... Read More

Estates: Isabel Estate - 100% Family Owned 100% Estate Grown & Bottled 100% Unique

Isabel Estate is a very special place. Quite unique in the broader context of the Marlborough regions. The Tiller family were pioneers of the area, seeing the potential long before those that have followed. Mike Tiller... Read More

Estates: A magical vineyard location amongst the mountains. Pristine and unpopulated.

Ichanka translates as "Water of the Condor" ("I" = water). The little hamlet of Ichanka, located on the Estate, was an important source of spring water to the indigenous Indians. This secret water source was discovered c... Read More

Pinot Noir News:

Take Your Holiday Roast Chicken to the Next Level with Lee Wolen's Recipe (Wine Spectator)

Lee Wolen knows how to exhibit art on the plate. After all, the Cleveland-born chef has worked everywhere from Moto, the now-defunct Chicago restaurant specializing in high-tech molecular gastronomy, to New York fine-dining spot Eleven Madison Park, known for its showstopper dishes.At his Chicago restaurant Boka, however, presentation is considered, but taste is primary. Yeah, we like [food] to look nice and impress guests, but when it comes down to it, the most important things at Boka are flav...

Patrick Léon, Former Winemaker at Mouton-Rothschild and Opus One and Consultant at Château d’Esclans, Dies at 75 (Wine Spectator)

Patrick Léon, one of Frances most influential winemakers and owner of Château Les Trois Croix, in Bordeaux’s Fronsac region, died on Dec. 11. He had been battling cancer for more than a decade and developed an infection a few days earlier. Léon was 75 years old and still an active winemaker.He loved people. He never had a job but a passion—wine—and it was a way of living for him around the world, his daughter Karine Léon told Wine Spectator. The Bordeaux native enjoyed a career that spanned 50 y...

Sommelier Roundtable: Your Wine Predictions for 2019 (Wine Spectator)

When 2018 kicked off, we asked in-the-know wine pros what to expect for the year: more bubbles, more New Zealand, more Napa and, they hoped, better natural wine. The past 12 months have borne out many of their prognostications—but thrown some curveballs as well. Whats in store for 2019 Or rather, what should wine drinkers be paying attention to We asked these nine sommeliers from Wine Spectator Restaurant Award winners to peer into their crystal ball–ware and tell us what they foresee—but they a...

Unfiltered: Extreme Winemaker Rowing 3,000 Miles Solo Across the Atlantic (Wine Spectator)

What has two oars and is on the way to breaking records as he rows solo across the Atlantic Ocean This guy: Isaac Giesen, a 26-year-old winemaker and member of New Zealands Giesen Wines family. On Dec. 12, the young athlete-vintner embarked on a roughly 3,000-mile journey, alone, from the Canary Islands to Antigua; a solo crossing is a feat accomplished by fewer people than have climbed Mount Everest. When he first told us that he would do this … we said, Wouldn’t you rather go cycle up and down...

10-Year-Old Winemaker Helps Emeril Lagasse Raise $3 Million for Children’s Charities (Wine Spectator)

No one could blame Cruz Bilbro for being nervous. For one thing, the vintner had never spoken to a ballroom packed with hundreds of people before. For another, it was past his bedtime. The 10-year-old was on stage at Carnivale du Vin, the New Orleans charity auction founded by chef Emeril Lagasse. Cruz is the son of Limerick Lane Winery owner Jake Bilbro, and he had made his own barrel of Grenache from the family’s Russian River Valley property to auction. All proceeds went to the Emeril Lagasse...

8 & $20 Recipe: Cod en Papillote with a Zesty White (Wine Spectator)

Eight ingredients, plus pantry staples. Thats all it takes to make an entire meal from scratch. Add in a good bottle of wine for less than $20, and youve got a feast for family or friends. Cooking is often about the total transformation of ingredients. But it’s refreshing to showcase the natural essence of a few components, especially those with delicate flavors, like the cod and zucchini in this recipe.The key to making simple dishes delicious is seasoning at each stage. For these parchment pap...

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