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SOUTH AFRICA DIARY Senior editor James Molesworth returns to the Cape, traveling from its wine center of Stellenbosch to the frontiers. Along the way, he visits veterans such as Gyles Webb from Thelema and newer operations like the Bordeaux-backed Glenelly, kicking the dirt and sampling leading wines such as Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Chenin Blanc. Follow along as he shares tasting notes and videos from his stops.
2011 BURGUNDY PREVIEW Senior editor Bruce Sanderson again heads to the heartland of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay to taste the young reds and whites, many still in barrel. To help guide your future purchases, he shares his tasting notes from visits to top domaines and négociants.
2012 BORDEAUX BARREL TASTINGS What should you buy as futures from the second difficult year in a row for Bordeaux? James Molesworth visits the region in late March to taste barrel samples of the young wines to find out. His full report will appear in our June 30 issue. In the meantime, members can read his on-the-scene blog posts for highlights from top châteaus. Plus, get his scores and tasting notes for hundreds of reds, dry whites and sweet wines.
PASSOVER PICKS Try out a new kosher recipe for the holiday, and discover the latest stars among kosher wines recently rated by our editors.
SPRING ENTERTAINING Get a fresh start to the season with two recipes for lamb and chicken from the authors of a hot new cookbook—with highly rated wines to match.
FINAL FOUR TASTE-OFF You might not win the office pool this way, but our tournament bracket is a lot more fun! Wineries near each of the 2013 NCAA Final Four contenders take on our annual challenge to predict the championship winner.
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