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Jacques Lardière Send Off (News & Features)

If you swirl the wine in your glass clockwise, it will smell different than if you swirl counterclockwise. Or so claims Jacques Lardière, who would have you swirl it one way, but I can never remember which way, or why. Perhaps if I spoke French, I would understand....Read Full Story

Zombie Body Parts Discovered in NY Recording Studio (News & Features)

The dead arm fallen off some Halloween zombie costume last seen in the Adelaide Hills turned up in an accountant’s document case at Providence, a recording studio in Manhattan’s midtown west. {image_1}The black case was traveling with Chester Osborn, the golden-locked impresario of McLaren Vale, who...Read Full Story

In Pursuit of Balance Since 1952…or 1982… (News & Features)

The bubble economy that burst in 2008 was inflated in more ways than housing prices. It had also seemed to push New World wines to ever increasing levels of ripeness and power. There’s a generation of California winemakers coming of age in the wake of those boom years looking...Read Full Story

Jungsik (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

You'll find everything in halves, from the cool to the coveted—three pages of wines priced to incentivize your freedom to choose—at this elegant, Korean-inspired restaurant in the old Chanterelle space in Tribeca. Nervous about how chenin will play with a bite of kimchi and smoked squash? Instead...Read Full Story

Wineries to Watch 2012 (News & Features)

Finger Lakes, New York | Ravines Morton Hallgren grew up in Provence, where his family farmed the Domaine de Castel Roubine and its 170 acres of vines. He studied enology and worked a harvest at Cos d’Estournel in St-Estèphe before heading to the New World. Willy Frank at Dr....Read Full Story

Domaine de la Romanée-Conti 2009 (News & Features)

{image_1}In 2009, we had a very early budburst, which has been the case for all these last ten years. It is also usual for the months of April, May and June to be quite humid with a lot of storms. So the fight against mildew, some oidium, even sometimes...Read Full Story

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