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Building a New Path for St.-Joseph

Jean-Louis Chave wants to save the appellation, not destroy it

Posted: December 2, 2005  By James Molesworth

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Is Château Montrose a One-Hit Wonder?

A vertical tasting back to 1888 suggests the best is yet to come

Posted: November 29, 2005  By James Suckling

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Ducasse, Latour and a Rookie

Is it possible to fully appreciate a high-end meal with classic wines if you've never experienced either?

Posted: November 28, 2005  By Eric Arnold

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Worried About a Good Vintage

Northern Rhône vintners hope style doesn't trump substance in 2003

Posted: November 22, 2005  By James Molesworth

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Back in Burgundy

Tasting at the Hospices de Beaune triggers memories and high hopes

Posted: November 18, 2005  By James Suckling

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There Are Super Palates, But No Perfect Ones

A good taster has more than just sensitivity

Posted: November 15, 2005  By James Laube

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Seeing Red

Michelin judges New York, and New Yorkers return the favor

Posted: November 4, 2005  By Thomas Matthews

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Screaming Eagle's Broad Wingspan

A complete vertical tasting shows off many magnificent Cabernets

Posted: November 3, 2005  By James Laube

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White Truffles in Alba

2005 looks like a good vintage for this expensive delicacy

Posted: October 21, 2005  By James Suckling

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Joël Robuchon Aims to Raise the Bar in Las Vegas

A French superstar chef opens big at the MGM Grand

Posted: October 14, 2005  By Harvey Steiman

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When Is Napa Like Chablis?

One authority says the Napa appellation is sacred; another puts some regional names up for grabs

Posted: October 10, 2005  By Daniel Sogg

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"Nightingale" Creator Leaves Sweet Memories

Alice Nightingale remembered for her love of noble rot

Posted: October 6, 2005  By James Laube

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Keller and Penfolds

The famous chef pushes wine matching to the limit

Posted: October 3, 2005  By Harvey Steiman

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A Perfect Yquem

The 2001 Sauternes earns a 100-point score

Posted: September 23, 2005  By James Suckling

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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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