Getting More Wine for Your Money - With the thousands of inexpensive bottles on the market today, the challenge is to sort through all the choices and match them to your tastes and budget; in this values-oriented report, we help you find the great deals and drink better
Stretch Your Wine-Buying Dollar - From trying new wines to becoming a savvy shopper, here are 18 creative ways to get more for less.
New World Values Gazetteer - Our reports on cost-conscious producers, plus lists of 125 delicious red and white wines for $20 or less.
Diversity and Value - The country delivers a wide range of red and white wines, many at attractive prices
German Riesling's Long Hang Time - An extended growing season in 2007 produced ripe, complex and fresh wines, a return to the more typical, mineral style
WineSpectator.com: You know Germany produces luscious, cold-climate Riesling. But how familiar are you with the key regions and their distinct wine styles? Learn about the Germany's diverse wines from some of its top winemakers.
Del Mar Raises the Stakes - World-class wining and dining arrive at this beach and golf enclave in Southern California
People - Winemaker Q&A with Eileen Crane of Domaine Carneros. Plus, Newsmakers
Johann Rupert - The South African luxury-goods mogul has succeeded in remaking L'Ormarins
Business - U.S. Wineries Wrestle with Recession
Science - Moderate drinking may not be linked to erectile dysfunction; improving upon wine; keeping corks out of landfills
Savvy Shopper - Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc and red and white values
Things We Like - The latest Riedel decanter; grown-up hot chocolate; a non-stick carbon-steel knife
Retrospective - 1998 California Cabernet
WineSpectator.com: Full notes on all the 1998 Cabernets that James Laube tasted. Also, more retrospective tastings of earlier vintages of California Cabernet are available.
2004 Brunello Di Montalcino - 2004 Brunello
James Laube - American wine culture
Matt Kramer - Paying for pedigree
James Molesworth - Old-vine treasures
Wine Talk - ABC Entertainment president Stephen McPherson
The Buying Guide for this issue is available here.
2008 BORDEAUX Find out which wines are worth buying. European bureau chief James Suckling reports from Bordeaux on his barrel tastings of this challenging vintage.
2007 RHÔNES: Senior editor James Molesworth is blogging from the Rhône Valley as he visits top domaines to provide cellar notes on the developing wines from the excellent 2007 vintage.
NEW: WHAT WE'RE DRINKING: Ever wonder what Wine Spectator's senior editors drink in their free time? In our new section, they discuss their most interesting wine discoveries.
SPRING ENTERTAINING: As the temperature warms up, turn to our seasonal recipes and wine recommendations for ideas on what to prepare for your guests.
KOSHER WINES: Check out our picks of great recently rated wines for Passover.
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