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  • Scandinavian Naturalists

    It is a true image, I’ll concede, but that’s not all they drink up north. The Scandinavian cuisine has been hauled as the next big thing by the likes of...


  • New Zealand Pinot Noir

    Earlier this year I was fortunate enough to spend two packed weeks racing around New Zealand and tasting wines. As could be expected, there was plenty of...


  • Slow Wine Tasting Event in NYC

    The news that Slow Food was separating from Gambero Rosso had been a question mark in the minds of many Gambero Rosso readers, until now. With the release of...


  • New York State Red Wines

    The Hudson Valley was once the land of strange hybrid wines that were sweet, foxy and just outright weird! Today, most of the reds are produced with more...


  • 2007 Brunello

    When word of the Italian Wine Masters tasting hit my inbox, I was quick to hit the reply button. In the years I’ve been writing and attending tastings, I...


  • Sangiovese from Italy and California

    Today, I’m publishing two sets of tasting notes featuring Sangiovese-based wines from both Chianti and the U.S.’s West Coast. In many ways it is an...


  • 20 Top New Zealand Chardonnays

    New Zealand has made a name for itself first with Sauvignon Blanc and increasingly with Pinot Noir, but one of its greatest gifts to wine lovers everywhere...


  • New Zealand Chardonnay

    You’ve probably tried a few New Zealand Sauvignon Blancs and maybe even dabbled in the occasional Pinot Noir, but have you taken a look at their...


  • New Zealand Syrah

    When you think of New Zealand Syrah is probably not the first wine that jumps to mind, and that is not surprising. What is surprising is how Syrah,...


  • 2009 Burgundy

    Burgundy wine is expensive, confusing, and more often than not considered a minefield. Right? Yes, it is expensive and it can be confusing, but it is much...


  • 2009 Burgundy Tasting Notes

    Here are the results of a small blind tasting of 2009 Burgundy wines that I recently participated. The wines as a set showed a fair amount of power and...


  • Australian Shiraz $16-$20

    It’s not unusual for me to find a sweet spot in wines right around $20 a bottle. For many producers, this spot represents the finest expression of their...


  • Australian Shiraz $20 and Up

    With these wines, we begin to get into what can only be termed the “serious end” of the spectrum. This happens to be the most difficult end of the market...


  • Australian Shiraz

    The Australian wine industry has certainly had its fair share of troubles over the past few years. Some have been unavoidable, like drought, while others,...


  • Top Chardonnay Destination

    With our discussion of Chardonnay in full swing during #GTiChardonnay, I pondered the question, “Where would I most want to drink Chardonnay?” There are...


  • 5 Australian Wines to Try

    It’s Australia Day, and there is no better way to celebrate than with a bottle of Australian wine. If you’re not sure which Australian wine to grab,...


  • Top 10 Italian Red Wines

    Having recently tasted a few 2006 Brunellos, my thoughts turned to the reputation of Brunello and where it fits within the hierarchy of Italian wines. While...


  • Top 10 Rioja Wines of 2011

    Rioja is a region you must explore in 2012. The wines are simply too good to ignore and they are continuing to improve. Producers are learning where to join...


  • 2006 Brunello

    Brunello is back! At least that’s what many in the wine media would have you believe. As you might recall, Brunello-gate hit the wine world in 2008. People...


  • Reviews of 2006 Brunello

    In all honesty, I’ve found a lot to like in 2006 Brunello, but that doesn’t necessarily make this the vintage to buy. You might be better off sourcing...


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