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Harvest 2006: Argentina Continues Its Roll

A major hailstorm is the lone blemish in a cool, dry growing season

Posted: June 9, 2006  By James Molesworth

News & Features

Harvest 2006: Chile Fares Well Across the Board

Moderate weather means that quality is high for many varieties and in many key regions

Posted: June 9, 2006  By James Molesworth

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Harvest 2006: South African Vintners Happy With Both Reds and Whites

Warm, dry conditions made it a very good year for structured Cabernets and Syrahs

Posted: June 9, 2006  By James Molesworth

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A Sit Down with Viña Santa Ema and Kingston Family

Posted: June 8, 2006  By James Molesworth

Just a few days after Concha y Toro came in to show me their new small production Carmenère bottling , I met with Viña Santa Ema winemaker Andrés Sanhueza, and Kingston Family owners Courtney and Michael Kingston.

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Wine List Pet Peeves

Posted: June 5, 2006  By James Molesworth

One of my responsibilities here at Wine Spectator is to review the wine lists that are entered into our annual Restaurant Awards program. We received nearly 4,000 entries this year (results will appear in the Aug.

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A Tough Question...

Posted: June 2, 2006  By James Molesworth

I was sitting with my wife at dinner, lingering over a glass of '59 Latour , watching the sheets of rain come down outside. "So, like the wine?" I asked. "Yes," she said. "Is it great?" I asked. "Yes," she said, but with slightly less conviction.

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A Sit Down with Concha y Toro...

Posted: May 26, 2006  By James Molesworth

Concha y Toro is big – millions of cases big. But the winery is also committed to quality. Its Casa Concha line offers terrific value, while its higher-end wines are impressive. I sat down with one of the family owners, Isabel Guilisasti, and one of the winemakers, Ignacio Recabarren.

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Great Wine With Simple Food

Posted: May 23, 2006  By James Molesworth

This past Saturday night in Myrtle Beach, my buddies and I were in the middle of a crazy golf trip. We’d just played four rounds of golf in two days (we'd go on to play a fifth the next day) under a bright sun, interrupted by a half day of cold rain and wind (which we played through).

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A Sit Down with Thierry Germain...

Posted: May 19, 2006  By James Molesworth

I met with Thierry Germain this week, who is on his first-ever trip to the U.S. Germain, 38, has turned his Domaine des Roches Neuves , located in Saumur-Champigny, into a benchmark estate for Loire Valley reds.

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Huët 101

Posted: May 17, 2006  By James Molesworth

Wine geeks and insiders know the Vouvrays of S.A. Huët well. Alas, limited distribution, combined with the under-the-radar profile of Loire Valley Chenin Blanc, means they are often overlooked by the general wine loving public.

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