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Tuscan Master - Balancing the ancient winemaking traditions of his native region with the demands of a modern marketplace that prizes innovation, Piero Antinori has inspired like-minded producers across the globe. Now, after a half-century in the wine business, the celebrated vintner is gradually handing the reins of the family company to his daughters
Selected Recent Releases - High-scoring wines from Antinori's numerous vineyards and wineries, from Bolgheri to Washington state
Antinori Abroad - The company's holdings include partnerships in Chile, Napa and beyond
Pride of Piedmont - Barolos from the celebrated 2010 vintage showcase purity and precision, and promise to age well for decades to come
WineSpectator.com: FREE: Piedmont Alphabetical Listing - More than 700 wines were reviewed for this report. A free alphabetical list is available. WineSpectator.com members can access complete reviews for all the wines tasted using the online Wine Ratings Search.
WineSpectator.com: BONUS VIDEO Wines with an Altitude: Dolcetto and Barolo from G.D. Vajra: High-altitude vineyards can yield distinctive wines, especially in the right hands. Up-and-coming winemaker Giuseppe Vaira, who runs the family winery with his siblings, joins senior editor Bruce Sanderson to talk altitude, vineyards and wine in Piedmont.
2013 White Bordeaux - In a difficult vintage for reds, the region's dry whites are worth pursuing
California Casual - Three new San Francisco restaurants balance adventurous cuisine with a relaxed vibe
WineSpectator.com: Find more great restaurants with award-winning wine lists in our online Restaurant Search, with nearly 3,800 dining spots.
In Search of Value - Forty producers from across the globe making exceptional wines for $20 or less
Another Side of Nebbiolo - Long overshadowed by Barolo and Barbaresco to the south, the Gattinara region is putting a unique spin on Piedmont's star grape
WineSpectator.com: LETTER FROM EUROPE: Contributing editor Robert Camuto blogs from his trips through France, Italy and beyond, sharing the fascinating and inspiring stories of the winemakers, grapegrowers, chefs and other personalities who shape wine culture.
WineSpectator.com: Keep up with breaking news as well as the people, places and happenings that wine lovers are talking about.
A Manhattan Restaurateur's NoMad Pad - The Eleven Madison Park owner's apartment marries sophistication and playfulness
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This Issue - Marvin R. Shanken
James Laube - The economics of terroir
WineSpectator.com: In his blogs, James Laube shares updates from his recent tastings and visits with winemakers, and discusses hot-button issues in the wine industry. Join the conversation with other members.
Matt Kramer - New Zealand Pinot Noir
WineSpectator.com: For more of Matt Kramer's provocative essays and lively online discussions. (Only members may post comments but all visitors may read them.)
Bruce Sanderson - The Antinori effect
The Buying Guide for this issue is available here.
2014 BORDEAUX BARREL TASTINGS Which wines should you buy as futures from a challenging but rewarding year? Senior editor James Molesworth visits the region in March to taste barrel samples of the young wines. Read his blog posts for highlights from top châteaus. Plus, get his scores and notes for hundreds of reds, dry whites and sweet wines.
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MIXED CASE Follow our team of Wine Spectator news and features writers in this opinion and advice blog, as they share thoughts on current events, tips on learning about wine and conversations with notable people in the wine business.
PASSOVER PICKS Try a new kosher recipe for the holiday, and find the latest stars among kosher wines recently rated by our editors.
SPRING ENTERTAINING Coming soon: Whether you're having family over for Easter or simply celebrating the first spring blooms and warm weather, get the season off to a fresh start with our highly rated wine picks and recipes from some of our favorite chefs.
FINAL FOUR TASTE-OFF Coming soon: Wineries near each of the 2015 NCAA Final Four contenders take on our annual challenge to predict the championship winner.
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