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Reviews: Old Faithful, Blackbilly Wines, Fireblock, Heathcote

2008 The Old Faithful Top Of The Hill Shiraz McLaren Vale
Region:
McLaren Vale, South Australia
Australia
91(+?)pts

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:

Léoville-Barton, Rauzan-Ségla and More: 2018 Bordeaux Wine Futures Prices and Analysis

The 2018 futures seem to be priced higher than 2017s so far, but comparable to the high-quality 2016 and 2015 vintages. The current strong dollar compared to the euro is also making prices attractive at leading U.S. retailers that Wine Spectator tracks. But as always, trying to predict the mindset of Bordeaux when it comes to prices is anyones guess. So is trying to predict how consumers will respond. ...


Napa Vintner Pleads Guilty in College Admissions Scandal

<p>Standing in a federal courthouse in Boston, Napa vintner Agustin F. Huneeus pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud on May 21. The plea came two months after Huneeus was arrested in Operation Varsity Blues, a federal investigation into parents trying to get their children into some of the nations top universities through schemes of fraud and bribery.</p> <p>As part of a plea agreement, prosecutors recommended a 15-month ...


Chef Slade Rushing Leaves New Orleans' Brennan's Restaurant

Chef Slade Rushing came on as executive chef of Wine Spectator Best of Award of Excellence Brennans in New Orleans at a pivotal point. Now, after five years, hes leaving for other opportunities. ...


Turning Tables: Jean-Georges Vongerichten Opens Restaurant at New York's Seaport District, with More to Come

Wine Spectator rounds up the latest Restaurant Award news for wine lovers, including Jean-Georges Vongerichtens new restaurant and chef shuffles at Union Square Cafe, Brennans and DB Bistro Moderne. ...


Canned Wine Comes of Age

Canned wine is catching on. it’s not unusual to find cans of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and rosé on store shelves and being hawked at music festivals. Once considered a novelty, cans have burst into the mainstream, enticing young wine drinkers to pop the tab with their easy-drinking style, convenient packaging and value. Cans are one of the fastest-growing forms of alternative wine packaging on the market—a burgeoning category that includes bag-in-a-box and Tetra Paks, the same packaging being used...


Vinexpo Bordeaux Plans Its Future

A question mark hangs over the future of Vinexpo Bordeaux in the wake of last week’s announcement that its sister show, Vinexpo Paris, will merge with rival trade show Wine Paris for a fair in the French capital in February 2020. Will Vinexpo return to Bordeaux in 2021 The answer is yes, for now. Were very happy to announce that Vinexpo Paris and Wine Paris have decided to join forces to create one single event together, Vinexpo CEO Rodolphe Lemayse told Wine Spectator. He described the discuss...


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