Wine Spectator’s May 31 wine-and-food pairing issue is a must-read. Editor at large Harvey Steiman shares strategies for developing dishes tailor-made to showcase particular wines. Easy delicious recipes are included. Tasting reports cover Chile, California Sauvignon Blanc and red Burgundy. Plus, an overview of the trendy category of “peaty” Scotch whisky.
Wine Spectator’s April 30 issue features the Allegrini family, a great Italian success story. Plus, two tasting reports on Italy cover Piedmont’s excellent 2012 vintage for Barolo and Umbria’s rising quality. And don’t miss our special report on incredible U.S. values, including nearly 100 wines that cost $15 or less.
Wine Spectator’s March 31 issue features two major tasting reports: Bordeaux, with nearly 700 wines reviewed from the outstanding 2014 vintage, and Oregon, with three great vintages in a row, 2014 through 2016, all of them generating enormous interest from the wine community. Plus, an in-depth story on the dramatic recent evolution of wine in Australia.
Wine Spectator’s Feb. 28 issue includes a chart of all wines reviewed in 2016 that earned 90 points or higher and cost $30 or less—more than 1,200 in total! Plus, Wineries to Discover features 30 producers from around the world selected by our senior tasters for quality, value and excitement. Tasting reports include New York’s Finger Lakes and Port.
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