Wine Spectator’s April 30 Italy issue features the rise of Tuscany’s Bolgheri region. Tasting reports cover Piedmont, with a focus on Barolo’s classic-rated 2013 vintage, and the up-and-coming area of Marche, with a travel guide for wine lovers. California Rhône–style wines and a values round-up of lesser-known grapes from New World producers are also included.
Wine Spectator’s March 31 Bordeaux issue focuses on the 2015 vintage, the best since the classic 2010. Plus, a fantastic travel story that includes châteaus offering lodging and dining. Finally, a tasting report on Oregon’s Willamette Valley, featuring Pinot Noir from the excellent 2014 and 2015 vintages.
Wine Spectator’s Jan. 31 – Feb. 28 issue includes a complete list of all 1,317 wines reviewed in 2017 that rated 90 points or higher and cost $30 or less. Plus, our editors pick 60 wineries that consistently produce “Smart Buys,” affordably priced wines rated 88-plus. Finally, a tasting report on the Vintage Ports from the outstanding 2015 vintage.
Wine Spectator’s Top 100 Wines of 2017 are revealed in this exciting year-end issue. Plus, a tasting report on U.S. sparkling wines, along with holiday gift ideas for cheese, chocolate and caviar lovers. Finally, don’t miss our list of 100 top values, all of them rated 88 points or higher and priced at $20 or less!
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