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Wines of the Pacific (News & Features)

In November, nine Chileans and five visitors from the US convened in Casablanca for the first annual Wines of the Pacific tasting. Mariana Martinez, the editor of planetavino.com, and I worked together on organizing the event, which was...Read Full Story

Authentic Wine: Toward Natural and Sustainable Winemaking (Book Review)

If you’ve never seen a bird get drunk on berries, one of the videos on youtube might make you laugh. It’s a phenomenon that hasn’t gone unnoticed by creative winemakers such as Ales Kristancic of Movia in Slovenia, a leader in the natural wine movement. He...Read Full Story

Rocawear d’Asti (News & Features)

The blond woman with the ringlet curls was behind the front desk at Relais San Maurizio when I came down in the morning to ask about a running trail. The hotel, perched at the top of a ridge with precipitous vineyard slopes on three sides, was accessible only by...Read Full Story

New Reviews (News & Features)

We’ve now updated our Top 100 Wineries of 2011 with wine reviews from our December issue. Those latest reviews mainly focus on Champagne, California and Washington State cabernet, Barolo and Barbaresco, Rioja and German riesling. If you missed our Top 100 event in San Francisco this past October, check out the ...Read Full Story

From Coonawarra to Shanghai (News & Features)

The accolades have been pouring in for Penfolds Bin 620, a blend of Coonawarra cabernet sauvignon and shiraz referencing one of Max Schubert’s Special Bin wines last produced in 1966. {image_1}Peter Gago, Penfolds’ chief winemaker, launched the new vintage last week in Shanghai, territory the Bordelais have effectively ruled...Read Full Story

Where's Bordeaux? (News & Features)

There are a number of serious wine collectors, trade buyers and journalists who have questioned why our Top 100 does not include any Bordeaux. One of them, W. Blake Gray, recently posted an entry at his Gray Report, commenting...Read Full Story

Breaking the Mold (News & Features)

Chantal Girerd opened the cheese cave at Artisanal Bistro ten years ago this past April. {image_1}Chef Terrance Brennan and his fromager at Picholine, Max McCalman, had built a Parisian bistro on the site, hoping to give McCalman a place for everything cheese, from Read Full Story

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