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The Top 100 - Our list of the most notable wines of 2010, determined by quality, value, availability and the X-factor of excitement
Wine of the Year - How a young and determined winemaker made history with Saxum James Berry Vineyard Paso Robles 2007
WineSpectator.com: BONUS VIDEOS: What makes a wine a member of this exclusive club? Find out as Wine Spectator's senior editors discuss each of this year's Top 10 wines in a video series. Plus, get a handy printable list of the full Top 100, at http://top100.winespectator.com.
Ports to Enjoy - Tawny Ports offer mature and rich flavors while ruby Ports supply plenty of youthful fruitiness
Pairing Port - This versatile dessert wine pairs well with everything from cheese to chocolate
Cause for Celebration - Bone-dry or sweet, white or pink, entry level to top of the line, this year’s crop of Champagnes includes something to suit every taste and wallet
FREE: Champagne Alphabetical Listing - More than 330 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: Cristal Clarity: What's the difference between Roederer's non-vintage Champagne and the ultra-luxe Cristal (other than the price)? Join Jean-Baptise Lecaillon and Bruce Sanderson as they taste, and talk, bubbly.
Made in America - California and Oregon lead the way with high quality and well-priced domestic bubblies
World Bubblies - From Italian Prosecco to sparkling Shiraz from Australia, choices abound from off-the-radar regions
New World Wine Experience - Scores of exciting wines are being made outside Europe. Las Vegas was the place to be to meet the winemakers behind them
WineSpectator.com: Keep up with breaking news as well as the people, places and happenings that wine lovers are talking about.
Harvest Memories - Winemakers from around the world tell tales from the crush
Hockey Star Mark Recchi - From right wing to Right Bank
Fuel for Thought - Self-help author Michael Gelb prescribes wine for the mind
New Dawn for Winemaking Research - High-tech green winery at U.C. Davis promises big dividends
Top-Notch Confections - Five new treats for discerning palates
Liqueurs for cocktails - Liqueurs and aperitifs are essential to innovative cocktails
Eleven New Reads That Are Worth Your While - Best new books for wine lovers
This Issue - Marvin R. Shanken
James Laube - The Next Big Things
WineSpectator.com: In his latest blogs, James Laube shares updates from his most recent tastings and visits with winemakers, and he discusses hot-button issues in the wine industry. Join the conversation with other members.
Matt Kramer - My Wines of the Year
WineSpectator.com: Don't miss Matt Kramer's web-exclusive essays and lively online discussions. (Only members may post comments, but all visitors may read them.)
James Molesworth - Predictions for 2011
David Burke’s Lobster Steak With Rosé Champagne - Chef David Burke, David Burke Townhouse, New York
The Buying Guide for this issue is available here.
TOP 100 OF 2010 What makes a wine a member of this exclusive club? Find out as Wine Spectator's senior editors discuss this year's Top 10 wines in a video series. Plus, get a handy printable list of the full Top 100.
VINTAGE REPORT CARD Get an early look at the expected quality in key regions in the Northern Hemisphere.
HOLIDAY TIPS FROM THE EXPERTS We've got you covered from Thanksgiving through the New Year. Leading chefs provide recipes for some of their favorite holiday meals, while Wine Spectator editors recommend recently rated red, white and sparkling wines for your parties. Plus, get great ideas for the wine lovers among your friends and family.
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