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PARTY PLANNING Organizing a luxurious treat for Mother's Day? Hosting a barbecue bash on Memorial Day? We highlight delicious new recipes to try and point you to great wines for the occasion. Check out our seasonal features for pairing suggestions with well-priced, new-release wines recommend by our editors.
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GRAND TOUR This spring Wine Spectator hit the road with more than 240 of the world's finest wineries, making stops in New York, Washington, D.C., and Las Vegas. If you missed it this time, check out our photo gallery for all the highlights.
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2015 BORDEAUX BARRELS France's famed wine region has its best vintage since the classic 2010. Which appellations fared best during the largely hot and dry growing season and late-season rains? Which 2015s will be worth buying as futures? James Molesworth visited the region in March to taste barrel samples of the young wines. Get his scores and notes for more than 250 reds, dry whites and sweet wines, plus more insights, in his blogs.
NOTES ON NEW RELEASES Looking for great summer sippers? We recommend refreshing rosés, warm-weather whites, juicy barbecue reds, under-$20 values and more. Get the latest reviews each week in our Tasting Highlights.