Wine Spectator's New York Wine Experience spanned several days from Oct. 24 to 26 and nearly 4,000 people congregated in New York for two Grand Tastings, 16 seminars and several wine-packed meals. All told, more than 346 wines were poured from 63,300 bottles into 70,750 wineglasses. What's more, many of the best winemakers in the business were on hand to share their collective enthusiasm with guests and one another. Associate editor Mitch Frank reports.
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