Check out the new, mobile-friendly WineSpectator.com!

new wines, new faces

<< 1234 >>

News & Features  :  New Wines, New Faces

New Wines, New Faces: Viña Altaïr

A partnership gives birth to two Chilean reds that shine

Posted: March 7, 2005  By James Molesworth

News & Features  :  New Wines, New Faces

New Wines, New Faces: Realm Cellars

From "blessed plots" come outstanding Napa reds

Posted: February 25, 2005  

News & Features  :  New Wines, New Faces

New Wines, New Faces: Rudi Schultz

An outstanding South African Syrah from an up-and-coming winemaker

Posted: February 18, 2005  By James Molesworth

News & Features  :  New Wines, New Faces

New Wines, New Faces: Sanctum

For his personal label, a top South African winemaker turns out a 92-point Shiraz

Posted: February 11, 2005  By James Molesworth

News & Features  :  New Wines, New Faces

New Wines, New Faces: Noemía de Patagonia

Owner of Italy's Argiano winery makes an outstanding Malbec from a remote spot in Argentina

Posted: February 4, 2005  By James Molesworth

News & Features  :  New Wines, New Faces

New Wines, New Faces: Detert Family

Three grandsons go from a hobby to an outstanding Napa Cabernet Franc

Posted: January 26, 2005  

News & Features  :  New Wines, New Faces

New Wines, New Faces: ACVS

A 91-point California Chardonnay from a chef who loves fish

Posted: January 5, 2005  

News & Features  :  New Wines, New Faces

New Wines, New Faces: Feudo Maccari

A 90-point Sicilian red from one of Tuscany's top new vintners

Posted: December 22, 2004  By Jo Cooke

News & Features  :  New Wines, New Faces

New Wines, New Faces: Axios

A Napa Cabernet worthy of bearing an emperor's image

Posted: November 15, 2004  

News & Features  :  New Wines, New Faces

New Wines, New Faces: Andrew Geoffrey

At 91 points, this Cabernet makes an outstanding toast to a vintner's two sons

Posted: November 9, 2004  

News & Features  :  New Wines, New Faces

New Wines, New Faces: Red Car

Slick packaging goes with rich, dense wines

Posted: October 25, 2004  

News & Features  :  New Wines, New Faces

New Wines, New Faces: Éric Texier Breaks Into the Rhône

Inspired by U.S. winemakers, the Bordeaux native started his own label, working with growers in Burgundy and the Northern and Southern Rhône.

Posted: September 8, 2004  By Per-Henrik Mansson

News & Features  :  New Wines, New Faces

New Wines, New Faces: Burgundy's Labouré-Roi Redefines Itself

After making major investments, brothers Louis and Armand Cottin recently released some of their best-ever white Burgundies.

Posted: August 24, 2004  By Per-Henrik Mansson

News & Features  :  New Wines, New Faces

New Wines, New Faces: Buoncristiani Family Bonds Over Napa Reds

Inspired by their father's home winemaking, four brothers are producing top-notch Cabernet and Syrah in the family garage.

Posted: August 10, 2004  By MaryAnn Worobiec

News & Features  :  New Wines, New Faces

New Wines, New Faces: Donum Estate Shows Gift for Pinot Noir

In California's Carneros district, former Buena Vista vineyard manager Anne Moller-Racke is making a fresh start with a new brand.

Posted: July 13, 2004  By James Laube

News & Features  :  New Wines, New Faces

New Wines, New Faces: Keller Estate Races to Success in Sonoma

Car collector Arturo Keller and his daughter Ana got off to a fast start with their Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Syrah.

Posted: July 1, 2004  By James Laube

News & Features  :  New Wines, New Faces

New Wines, New Faces: Nicholson Ranch -- In Clear View for Chardonnay

Ramona Nicholson has turned her family property in Sonoma Valley into a producer of top-notch Chardonnay.

Posted: March 12, 2004  By MaryAnn Worobiec

News & Features  :  New Wines, New Faces

New Wines New Faces: Villa Creek Cooks Up a Hot Rhône-Style Red from Paso Robles

Cris and JoAnn Cherry were introduced to winemaking by California vintners who dine at their restaurant.

Posted: January 2, 2004  By Daniel Sogg

News & Features  :  New Wines, New Faces

New Wines, New Faces: K Vintners Rocks With Washington Syrah

A chance meeting with Cayuse winemaker Christophe Baron led Charles Smith to start his own winery.

Posted: December 26, 2003  By Harvey Steiman

News & Features  :  New Wines, New Faces

New Wines, New Faces: Hundred Acre Doesn't Flinch at $150 Napa Cabernet

When it comes to wine, Jayson Woodbridge does nothing halfway, from his vineyard purchases to the gold leaf on the bottles.

Posted: October 31, 2003  By Tim Fish

<< 1234 >>

MEMBER LOGIN

= members only

Keep me logged in      Forgot Password?

Job Opportunities

Passionate about wine? Wine Spectator magazine is looking for an enthusiastic copy editor in the New York office.

Email Newsletters

Sips & Tips | Wine & Healthy Living
Video Theater | Collecting & Auctions
New! Ratings Flash | New! Unfiltered

» View samples
» Or sign up now!
» Manage my newsletter preferences

Classifieds

The marketplace for all your wine needs, including:

Wine Storage | Wine Clubs
Dining & Travel | Wine Auctions
Wine Shops | Wine Accessories