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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

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Perfect Match Recipe: Seared Branzino with Winter Citrus, Fennel & Yogurt (Wine Spectator)

So often, you don’t need anything fancy to make restaurant-quality food. This is one of those times. “If the fish is amazing and fennel’s of a good quality and you have a great citrus, there’s no real way to mess this dish up,” promises Chris Flint, executive chef of the NoMad Los Angeles hotel and restaurant, a Wine Spectator Best of Award of Excellence winner for its wine list. So how do you turn these basic ingredients into something special Well, it does take a small measure of technique.Thi...

Sommelier Roundtable: New World Alternatives for Old World Palates (Wine Spectator)

The world of wine is more diverse than ever, but some people still insist on drinking like its 1855, turning up their noses at anything but the fanciest names from Europes marquee regions. Which leaves a whole world of fine wine for the rest of us! Still, if youre a dedicated Bordeaux-phile or Chambertin-atic, you might be excited to find wines to your taste from unexpected places—and your wallet might thank you, too. We asked eight somms from Wine Spectator Restaurant Award–winning eateries whi...

Unfiltered: In the Red Zone: Drew Bledsoe Builds New Walla Walla Winery (Wine Spectator)

For much of his NFL career, Drew Bledsoes turf was Foxboro, but the All-Pro New England Patriots quarterback actually got his start under center at Walla Walla High School, in the heart of Washington wine country. When he decided to trade his football gloves for pruning ones, to Walla Walla he returned, buying a vineyard and starting Doubleback winery with the 2007 vintage. Now, after a decade of wine wins, Bledsoe has built a home stadium for Doubleback, and 2018 marks the first season crushed ...

Marvin R. Shanken Receives Lifetime Achievement Award from Association of Magazine Media (Wine Spectator)

Marvin R. Shanken, founder and chairman of M. Shanken Communications and editor and publisher of Wine Spectator, has been named the 2019 recipient of the Association of Magazine Medias Lifetime Achievement Award, recognizing individuals who have made longstanding contributions to the magazine media industry and society. Jonathan Newhouse, chairman of Condé Nast International, will present the award to Shanken at the American Magazine Media Conference on Feb. 5 in New York City.Steve Lacy, Meredi...

Is Wine Gluten-Free? (Wine Spectator)

As its name suggests, a gluten-free diet is all about avoiding gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye, barley and a handful of other grains. This means traditionally prepared breads, pastas, cereals and beers are automatically off the table.Many have adopted the diet over the past decade as a means of losing weight and boosting energy levels—proponents include celebrity wellness guru Gwyneth Paltrow—but gluten can be a serious health problem for those who have an intolerance or allergy to it, or ...

California Wildfires Devastate Malibu Wine Region (Wine Spectator)

One of the wildfires burning across California has chased vintners from their wineries and homes in the Malibu Coast appellation. The Woolsey fire has traveled from Highway 101 in Thousand Oaks down to the Pacific Coast, scorching acres of vineyards and damaging or destroying wineries and other structures.Itll likely be a good six months to a year before the roads into the hills can be traveled again, said Ken Fasola, owner of Malibu Discovery wine tours and the Sip Malibu Grapes tasting room, w...

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