James Suckling

Former Senior Editor and European Bureau Chief, Tuscany (now retired)

About

James Suckling joined Wine Spectator in San Diego in 1981 and retired from the magazine in July 2010. He moved with the magazine to San Francisco in 1982, and in 1985 was reassigned to Europe. He lived in Paris for two years and then moved to London, where he resided for 11 years, then moved to Tuscany, Italy. He reviewed Bordeaux, Port and the wines of Italy for the magazine. His book Vintage Port was published in 1990.

Tuscany Scores Twice
Tasting Reports

Tuscany Scores Twice

Oct 31, 2010
From the Front Lines of 2009 Bordeaux Futures

From the Front Lines of 2009 Bordeaux Futures

One of the world's top Bordeaux merchants reports record sales, beating out the 2005 en …

Jul 9, 2010
Wine Budget July 2010 to July 2011

Wine Budget July 2010 to July 2011

Thinking of my wine purchases for the next 12 months

Jul 6, 2010
Betting on Older Vintage Price Appreciation

Betting on Older Vintage Price Appreciation

The extraodinary prices for 2009 Bordeaux futures will have an influence on the price of …

Jun 28, 2010
Fast and Furious 2009 First-Growths

Fast and Furious 2009 First-Growths

Futures prices for 2009 Bordeaux first-growths are starting to be revealed

Jun 21, 2010
Making a Case for Serious Organic Winemaking

Making a Case for Serious Organic Winemaking

One of Slovenia's top winemakers talks about making organic synonymous with quality

Jun 18, 2010
Are You Anti-Flavor?

Are You Anti-Flavor?

Has the backlash against overripe jammy reds crossed over to white wines? Perhaps we are …

Jun 14, 2010
2009 Bordeaux Sound Bites

2009 Bordeaux Sound Bites

Comparing prices for 2009 Bordeaux futures versus those for what's available in bottle …

Jun 8, 2010
Mellow Thoughts on 2009 Bordeaux

Mellow Thoughts on 2009 Bordeaux

Putting to rest the anxiety over 2009 Bordeaux prices

Jun 4, 2010

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