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David Hirsch | The Seminal Pinot Noir Grower of the Far Sonoma Coast (News & Features)

Recently Hirsch came to New York with his wife, Marie, and daughter, Jasmine, to present a retrospective tasting of wines from their family property.{image_1}The desolate beauty of Sonoma’s Pacific Coast attracted the Kashia band of the Pomo tribe to its lands between two rivers, the Gualala...Read Full Story

Black & White (News & Features)

Joshua Greene reports on how Burgundians working in Oregon are coming to terms with the Willamette Valley: It’s vastly different ground than their home turf.“In France, basalt is the Massif Central,” says Mark Tarlov, joking about what might seem to be a quixotic goal: to...Read Full Story

Rod Smith Remembrance (News & Features)

Rod Smith, longtime writer-at-large for Wine & Spirits Magazine, died on May 3, 2018. He was 65 years old.{image_1}Smith was one of seminal writers on North Coast wine as it transformed from a small cottage industry into the contemporary powerhouse it represents today. He contributed stories to the Read Full Story

Balletto 2015 Russian River Valley Pinot Noir (Wine Review)

This wine's dusty perfume carries the fragrance of red cherries and roses. It’s bright, fresh and breezy, with enough richness to the tannins to ground it. Light enough for grilled salmon, it would also be right at home with a salad of duck confit. (3,523 cases)

Fort Ross 2015 Sonoma Coast Sea Slopes Pinot Noir (Wine Review)

This is a new project focusing on more affordable wines from Fort Ross Vineyards, where Jeff Pisoni makes the wines for Lester and Linda Schwartz, a South African couple who planted the vineyard in 1994. An earthy, coastal pinot, this has an elastic tension to the structure that reminded some...Read Full Story

Domaine Vincent Carême 2014 Vouvray Le Peu Monrier (Wine Review)

Vincent Carême earned organic certification for his 42-acre domaine, including the two adjacent parcels of 50-year-old vines that provide fruit for Le Peu Monrier. He makes this wine in 400-liter barrels, ten percent of them new, leaving the wine to rest on the lees for ten months after...Read Full Story

Albert Mann 2015 Crémant d'Alsace Extra Brut (Wine Review)

Brothers Maurice and Jacky Barthelmé manage this organically certified family estate, blending this sparkler from auxerrois, pinot blanc and pinot noir. This is a seriously structured sparkler with the mineral tension of wines grown on limestone, a savory flavor of fresh grapefruit that feels generous even as it's completely...Read Full Story

Willm 2012 Alsace Gewurztraminer Vendange Tardive (Wine Review)

This is, by far, the best wine from Willm we've ever tasted, a brisk, bright, mood-changing wine. The flavors of candied ginger and fresh honeycomb seem to capture the sun and then reflect it back in a lasting glow. Over the course of several days open, the wine holds...Read Full Story

Charles Joguet 2014 Chinon Les Varennes du Grand Clos (Wine Review)

Charles Joguet was a sculptor and painter when he took over his family’s vineyards in 1957. He began to bottle his own wine and determined to keep the parcels separate, a practice that paid off, given the family's prime holdings, like this 11.4-acre parcel at the base of a...Read Full Story

Domaine Sylvain Pataille 2015 Bourgogne Aligoté (Wine Review)

Based in Marsannay, Sylvain Pataille is a high-powered consultant who has built his own domaine, including parcels of old-vine aligoté. He's one of the most vocal advocates for the variety, and his cellar full of single-parcel wines would convince any reasonable taster that he has a point. His basic...Read Full Story

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