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The First Sip of 2005 Bordeaux

Early indicators are promising

Posted: September 15, 2005  By James Suckling

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A Dab of Viognier

A dose of white grapes gives a lift to rich Shiraz

Posted: September 12, 2005  By Harvey Steiman

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A Napa Vintner Battles Adversity

Diamond Creek's Al Brounstein is down but not out

Posted: September 9, 2005  By James Laube

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The Sip Heard Round the World

In "Judgment of Paris," George M. Taber describes his front seat to a revolution

Posted: September 8, 2005  By James Laube

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Diamonds in a Haystack

Treasure-hunting in Mexico City's wine shops

Posted: September 2, 2005  By James Suckling

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Penfolds Goes Into the Future(s)

Don't miss the chance to get two of Australia's most impressive wines ahead of their release

Posted: August 26, 2005  By Harvey Steiman

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Point of View: Anthony Terlato

A winery owner argues against lowering the minimum requirement for a vintage date

Posted: August 22, 2005  

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Calling All Arbois Lovers

Even the most obscure wines deserve support

Posted: August 19, 2005  By James Molesworth

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A Successful Matchmaker

John Winterman marries wine and cheese

Posted: August 16, 2005  By James Suckling

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Sommelier Satisfaction

Readers sound off about sommeliers

Posted: August 1, 2005  By James Laube

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Sleepless in Tuscany

A summer storm serves as a reminder of the importance of weather

Posted: July 28, 2005  By James Suckling

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Pleasant Surprises from a Difficult Vintage

Burgundy's top estates meet the challenges of 2004

Posted: July 25, 2005  By Bruce Sanderson

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A Carneros Pioneer Starts Over, Again

Mike Richmond returns to try to revive Bouchaine

Posted: July 19, 2005  By James Laube

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Applauding Pinchiorri

At this top Florence restaurant, the customer comes first

Posted: July 18, 2005  By James Suckling

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Vintage Report Reporters

When it comes to winemakers' notes, some grapes inspire greater verbosity than others

Posted: July 12, 2005  By James Laube

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Warning Flags from Australia

Disappointing results from Penfolds Grange and Henschke Hill of Grace

Posted: July 6, 2005  By Harvey Steiman

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Getting a Read on Readers

Answers to questions from the mailbag

Posted: June 24, 2005  By James Laube

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A Chablis Producer Abandons Corks

At a New York tasting, Domaine Laroche defends its move to screw caps

Posted: June 17, 2005  By Bruce Sanderson

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Zind-Humbrecht Battles the Heat in 2003

In Alsace, a grower's strategy yields surprising results

Posted: June 10, 2005  By Bruce Sanderson

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The Wine Pulse at VinItaly

Too many producers are headed for disappointment

Posted: June 6, 2005  By James Suckling

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