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Langton’s Classification has been the reference for Australian wine collectors for nearly 30 years. Joshua Greene talks to Andrew Caillard, who established the Classification in 1991 and has seen the list grow from its original 34 wines to the current 136.
John Szabo, MS, regularly passes through Budapest on his way from Toronto to his winery in Eger—and he’s found more reasons to linger, checking out the new wave of wine bars.
A serendipitous trip to a wine store sends David Darlington to Potter Valley, where he finds a rarity in California: a mecca for
Patrick J. Comiskey reports on the transformation of California grenache, from big hyper-ripe wines to cool and crunchy reds you can see through in the glass.
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David Schildknecht follows vintner Jochen Clemens, chronicling his discovery of what may be the world’s oldest riesling vines.