The new generation behind Germany's oldest winery, Prinz zu Salm Dalberg, is making some changes
Posted: May 26, 2010 4:17pm ET
Constantin and Felix zu Salm-Salm, the new generation of winemakers at Germany's Prinz zu Salm Dalberg Rheingraf Villa Sachsen, are implementing changes. Given the changes they are making in their youth, these are two estates to watch.
Great wines and delicious food sparked some good conversation and more than a few laughs
Posted: May 17, 2010 2:20pm ET
Two days before Wine Spectator’s Grand Tour in New York, I had dinner with Michael Twelftree of Australia’s Two Hands Winery and Seattle distributor Matt Mabus of Cordon Selections, at Marea. We drank a lineup of Burgundies, along with a Barolo and a J.J. Prüm Riesling at its peak. Here are my tasting notes.
A reflection on Wine Spectator's New York Grand Tour
Posted: May 12, 2010 9:24am ET
Wine Spectator tasting director Bruce Sanderson picks some of his favorite wines from the New York Grand Tour.
Is 2009 another great vintage for German Riesling?
Posted: May 5, 2010 4:04pm ET
I had lunch with Raimund Prüm and his wife, Pirjo Oksanen, in New York recently. It was my first opportunity to taste a few 2009 German Rieslings, from the S.A. Prüm estate. Here are my tasting notes.