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A Cellar Check of 1982 Bordeaux

Bayard's restaurant in New York pulls out half a dozen great clarets

Posted: March 10, 2006  By Thomas Matthews

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Heading to the Southern Rhône

Expectations are high for the 2004 and 2005 vintages in Châteauneuf-du-Pape

Posted: March 7, 2006  By James Molesworth

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Hard Cheese, Old Man

Pairing wine with cheese may not be as simple as you think

Posted: February 27, 2006  By Harvey Steiman

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Zinfandel Deserves Recognition

California should declare it the state grape, for its history and symbolism

Posted: February 24, 2006  By James Laube

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What Do You Eat With an 80-Year-Old Latour?

A tasting dinner at New York's Alto shows a "crescendo of complexity"

Posted: February 17, 2006  By Owen Dugan

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The Seductive Appeal of 2003 Bordeaux

A hot, ripe vintage brings outstanding wines

Posted: February 6, 2006  By James Suckling

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ZAP Wrap-up

Spirits are high at San Francisco's annual Zinfandel extravaganza

Posted: February 3, 2006  By Daniel Sogg

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Guigal's Côte-Rôties Show Their Pedigree

At a Los Angeles tasting, verticals of La Mouline, La Landonne and La Turque illustrate why they are auction stars

Posted: January 30, 2006  By Harvey Steiman

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A Toast to a Personal Wine Hero

James Laube remembers his father

Posted: January 27, 2006  By James Laube

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Bring Humanity Back to Flying

Is it so hard to serve decent wine?

Posted: January 17, 2006  By James Suckling

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A Kitchen Full of Flavors

Many tasting terms come straight from the pantry

Posted: January 6, 2006  By James Molesworth

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A Special Patch of Burgundy

In a 20-vintage tasting, the celebrated terroir of La Tâche shows why it's so special

Posted: January 3, 2006  By Bruce Sanderson

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Is California Cuisine Boring?

Responding to a San Francisco chef's complaints

Posted: January 2, 2006  By Harvey Steiman

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Looking for New Orleans

So much is gone. What has survived?

Posted: December 23, 2005  By Mitch Frank

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Changing Australian Cabernet

At one Coonawarra winery, herbal flavors are giving way to an appreciation for ripe fruit

Posted: December 19, 2005  By Harvey Steiman

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A Week in the Rhône: Part 3

A journey of discovery reveals a memorably diverse region

Posted: December 16, 2005  By Kim Marcus

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A Week in the Rhône: Part 2

A journey of discovery reveals a memorably diverse region

Posted: December 12, 2005  By Kim Marcus

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A Week in the Rhône: Part 1

A journey of discovery reveals a memorably diverse region

Posted: December 8, 2005  By Kim Marcus

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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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