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Making Wines to Please Critics

Posted: July 11, 2006  By James Molesworth

Let’s set the record straight – at least, my record – on this whole ‘wineries making wines in a style to please critics’ argument that’s raging right now in my colleague James Laube's blog.

Blogs  :  Stirring the Lees with James Molesworth

Complex Food With Complex Wine = Too Much Complexity?

Posted: July 7, 2006  By James Molesworth

I usually prefer simple food with great wines, like a grilled steak with a big Bordeaux or Rhône – or the opposite, complex foods with simpler wines, such as seafood with exotic spices and sauces with a clean, crisp white.

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Chile's Viña San Pedro Brings in New Winemakers

Marco Puyo takes over as chief winemaker, and will be assisted by consultant Paul Hobbs

Posted: July 7, 2006  By James Molesworth

Blogs  :  Stirring the Lees with James Molesworth

A Four-Day Weekend Put To Good Use

Posted: July 5, 2006  By James Molesworth

Thanks to the four-day weekend, I was able to pillage my cellar a little bit more than usual. And when I looked back on the carnage of empty bottles (the heavier the recycling bin, the better the weekend, I say), I saw how the weekend could be divided up into its own wine flights.

News & Features  :  Tasting Highlights

Tasting Highlights: Rhône Rosé

No matter its color or style, a good rosé is perfect for sipping on a summer day

Posted: July 5, 2006  By James Molesworth

News & Features  :  Tasting Highlights

Tasting Highlights: Pinot Noir and Syrah From Chile

Will these two varietals spur sluggish sales in the United States?

Posted: July 3, 2006  By James Molesworth

Blogs  :  Stirring the Lees with James Molesworth

$550 For A Bottle Of Wine? Well, If It's The Right Wine...

Posted: June 28, 2006  By James Molesworth

I just spent $550 on a bottle of wine. Want to take a guess what it was. ’05 Latour? Nope. Haut-Brion? Nope. Margaux, Mouton or Lafite? Zip, zilch, nada. No, there are 15,000 to 20,000 cases made of each of those wines, and they’ll be in the marketplace from now until they mature.

Blogs  :  Stirring the Lees with James Molesworth

A Toast To Al Brounstein

Posted: June 27, 2006  By James Molesworth

With the passing of Al Brounstein , we lose a pioneer of the California wine industry and a wonderful character. I remember one of my first trips to Napa in the early '90s and a visit to Diamond Creek.

News & Features  :  News

E. Guigal Buys Neighboring Domaine de Bonserine

Rhône négociant will keep the new estate separate from its own operation

Posted: June 27, 2006  By James Molesworth

News & Features

Bodegas Terrazas Winemaker Leaves to Start Own Venture

Roberto de la Mota now focusing on his own Mendoza wines produced from old vineyards

Posted: June 26, 2006  By James Molesworth

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