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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:

Restaurant Talk: Milwaukee's Best, Brothers Joe and Paul Bartolotta (Wine Spectator)

How did the Bartolotta brothers, partners in the Milwaukee-based Bartolotta Restaurants group, become leading restaurateurs in the Midwest Joe Bartolotta, president and co-owner, would point out that his brother, Paul, brought talent and experience from working in the kitchens of storied spots like the Rainbow Room in New York and Spiaggia in Chicago; he had been executive chef at the latter for nine years. But Paul, chef and co-owner, would credit Joes knack for finding business opportunities a...

The Highest Wine Bar in America Rises—12,500 Feet Up (Wine Spectator)

High up in the Rockies, sunshine skiing season is in full swing, and this year, theres a new way for the slopeside wine lovers to après to the extreme. Just opened this year at Colorados Arapahoe Basin Ski Area (known fondly as A-Basin), restaurant and wine bar Il Rifugio at Snowplume invites winter sportspersons to get cozy, sip wine and nibble on Italian bites … if they can get to the place, perched 12,500 feet up on the Continental Divide. Claiming the title of highest restaurant in the count...

Private Cellars: In the Wine Cellar of Tabasco's 'Sauce Boss' (Wine Spectator)

Note: This article originally appeared in the Oct. 31, 2018, issue of Wine Spectator.Wine pairs with anything; Tabasco pairs with anything. And the person pairing both together is McIlhenny Co. CEO Tony Simmons, whose passion for the fruit of the vine—and the fruit of the pepperbush—led to his 3,000-bottle cellar on Avery Island, La.Simmons represents the fifth generation of his family to helm the ubiquitous hot sauce brand, a dynasty he likens to that of a storied winemaking clan—plantings, bot...

Vintage Wine Estates Buys California Pinot Noir Specialist Laetitia (Wine Spectator)

Vintage Wine Estates is betting big on Californias Central Coast. The Sonoma-based wine company has purchased Laetitia, a Pinot Noir and sparkling wine specialist that helped pioneer the cool Arroyo Grande Valley in the Central Coast region. The sale includes the brand, the winery and 287 acres of vines planted mostly to Pinot and Chardonnay, as well as an additional 400 plantable acres. The sale price was not disclosed, but an industry source told Wine Spectator that its in the range of $30 mil...

Diets that Allow Alcohol (Wine Spectator)

Going on a diet used to mean cutting out all bad foods and drinks in order to lose weight, and alcohol was typically the first to go. Not only does it add extra calories, but it also makes it easier to store carbs as fat instead of burning them off. But for many people, sticking to an eating plan that forbids booze is not only unpleasant and difficult, but also unlikely to be sustainable for long-term goals. Fortunately, dieting now can mean many things, from limiting consumption of inflammatory...

Cutting-Edge Grapevine Genetic Researchers to Get New Home (Wine Spectator)

For years, some of Americas top researchers into the genetics of grapevines have been working in borrowed, cramped quarters. Now theyre moving on up, and it should eventually lead to better American wines. On Feb. 26, Sen. Chuck Schumer announced that $68.9 million in federal funding will be devoted to building a long-awaited federal grape-genetics research lab at Cornell AgriTech in Geneva, N.Y. The facility will allow for the expansion of the USDAs Agricultural Research Services Grapevine Gene...

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