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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

Moon over METREON (News & Features)

{image_1}When Mira Bieler and I look at a new venue for the Top 100, the first thing I consider is the oysters and Champagne. That’s where everyone will start the evening—and where I plan to start my evening as well. It’s the prow of the Top 100...Read Full Story

30 Under 30: Rita Ferreira | Winemaker, Douro (News & Features)

The daughter of a château owner. A sommelier. A golfer. The son of a photographer…There’s a lot of young talent in the wine business, coming from different directions. These 30 are rising to the top. We canvassed our colleagues in the world of wine to find the...Read Full Story

30 Under 30: Jesse Katz Winemaker | Sonoma County (News & Features)

The daughter of a château owner. A sommelier. A golfer. The son of a photographer…There’s a lot of young talent in the wine business, coming from different directions. These 30 are rising to the top. We canvassed our colleagues in the world of wine to find the...Read Full Story

Meet Some of the Sons and Daughters: Chester & D'arry Osborn (News & Features)

Jasmine Hirsch never believed she’d end up working with her father, David, at Hirsch Vineyards on Sonoma’s remote far coast. Olivier Berrouet didn’t have a second thought when he was offered the job his father, Jean-Claude, had held for more than forty years—making the wine...Read Full Story

Meet Some of the Sons and Daughters: Jasmine & David Hirsch (News & Features)

Jasmine Hirsch never believed she’d end up working with her father, David, at Hirsch Vineyards on Sonoma’s remote far coast. Olivier Berrouet didn’t have a second thought when he was offered the job his father, Jean-Claude, had held for more than forty years—making the wine...Read Full Story

Sauvignon from Mother Rock, Chile's Coastal Edge (News & Features)

Pedro Parra is one of only a few terroir doctors in the world, with a PhD in geology applied to wine. Most of his fellow vineyard geologists live in France, where he studied before returning to his native Chile. {image_1}Parra now consults for a number of growers, including...Read Full Story

Edi & The Wolf (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

New Yorkers looking for a short escape to the country can find it on Avenue C in the East Village, where Seäsonal partners Edi Frauneder and Wolfgang Ban keep the heuriger doors open every night 'til 2 a.m. While their midtown dining room is stark Vienna high-tech, everything...Read Full Story

Junoon (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Junoon brings a Taj Hotel-level elegance to Indian dining in New York, from the black limestone façade to chef Vikas Khanna's intricate cooking and the list of 250 wines selected by Scott Carney, Ms. Khanna's dishes present the pure flavor of the main ingredient, layered with the trebles...Read Full Story

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