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Read the October 19 edition of Wine Spectator Insider (PDF)
At up to 95 points, here's a set of new releases, offering delectable selections from Italy, Spain, South Africa, Oregon and Washington. Distinctive Barolos from Luciano Sandrone and G.D. Vajra promise to gain in the cellar, while reds and whites from the Cape and Spain offer outstanding value. Pacific Northwest stars Domaine Serene, Bergström and K deliver flavorful bottlings from a range of grapes.

Recent Editions

October 12, 2016 (PDF)
At up to 97 points, here's a group of new releases, offering outstanding picks from France, Germany, Italy and Oregon. Vintage Champagne from Perrier-Jouët makes a thrilling aperitif, while Rhône reds from Jean-Louis Chave and Pierre Gaillard showcase depth and power. Oregon Pinot Noir from Evening Land and Bergström wow, and luscious German Rieslings beg for long-term cellaring.
October 5, 2016 (PDF)
At up to 95 points, here's a selection of new releases, with top offerings from France, Portugal, Oregon and Washington. Burgundy luminaries Louis Latour and Arlaud deliver standout reds, while stunning sparklers from Champagne's Piper-Heidsieck and Drappier entice. Chardonnay from Oregon's Evening Land offers alluring elegance. Two remarkable Washington wines come in at 93 points and cost $40 or less.
September 28, 2016 (PDF)
At up to 95 points, here's a group of new releases, with stunning red, white and sparkling styles from Southern Europe and the West Coast of the U.S. Italy's Piedmont takes the lead, offering elegant, ageworthy Barolos from Luigi Baudana and Attilio Ghisolfi. California giants Boars' View, Carlisle and DuMol impress, while Washington standard-bearer K delivers focused, powerful Syrah from Walla Walla Valley.
September 21, 2016 (PDF)
At up to 95 points, here's a set of new releases, offering diverse and delicious bottlings from a host of established and emerging regions. Sumptuous red Burgundy from Arlaud, powerful styles from Provence’s Domaine Tempier and exquisite Champagne from Moët & Chandon show France at its best. Stunning Barolos from Italy and intense Syrahs from Washington round out this selection.


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