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Jean-Louis Chave
Nov 30, 2019

Jean-Louis Chave

"Hermitage was always owned by the nobles, the bourgeois, knights and the Church. But there was a period in the late 19th and early 20th centuries when the peasants had access to the grands crus. That's when my family got in."—Jean-Louis Chave

Cover Stories

For the Love of Place

For the Love of Place

Rhône stalwart Jean-Louis Chave is protecting his family's legacy in the region while expanding …
Nov 30, 2019

Tasting Reports

The Merlot Factor

The Merlot Factor

Attentive winemaking and well-chosen vineyard sites are elevating the quality of Golden State …
Nov 30, 2019
Alphabetical Guide to California Merlot

Alphabetical Guide to California Merlot

More than 125 wines were reviewed for this report. WineSpectator.com members can access complete …
Nov 30, 2019

Features

Inspired by the Rhône

Inspired by the Rhône

Three dishes from New York's Tribeca Grill show the pairing possibilities of the Rhône.
Nov 30, 2019
Sommeliers Pair the Holidays

Sommeliers Pair the Holidays

Seventeen respected sommeliers demystify pairing wine with holiday festivities, from Thanksgiving …
Nov 30, 2019

Grapevine

Wine Scam Targets Business Elite

Wine Scam Targets Business Elite

A host of wealthy clients are accusing the International Business & Wine Society of fraud.
Nov 30, 2019
Florence Reopens Historic Wine Windows

Florence Reopens Historic Wine Windows

The Italian city's Renaissance-era buchette are being revived by a local cultural association.
Nov 30, 2019
Walla Walla Faces Phylloxera

Walla Walla Faces Phylloxera

The notorious louse has been discovered in one of Washington's leading AVAs, but many believe the …
Nov 30, 2019
Willamette Valley's Rising Appeal

Willamette Valley's Rising Appeal

Oregon's premiere winegrowing region offers a panoply of opportunities to taste and dine.
Nov 30, 2019
Classic Parmigiana with an L.A. Twist

Classic Parmigiana with an L.A. Twist

Star chef Nancy Silverton's recipe for appetizer-sized eggplant parmigiana is a deliciously light …
Nov 30, 2019
Ringing in the Holidays

Ringing in the Holidays

These three holiday cocktails offer contemporary alternatives to the tired mainstays of eggnog and …
Nov 30, 2019
Feedback

Feedback

Wine Spectator readers write in to share their opinions on the stories we publish on wine, food …
Nov 30, 2019
The Distinctive Crus of Beaujolais

The Distinctive Crus of Beaujolais

France's Beaujolais region is shedding its reputation as a producer of light, inoffensive reds by …
Nov 30, 2019
Alphabetical Guide to Beaujolais

Alphabetical Guide to Beaujolais

More than 175 wines were reviewed for this report. WineSpectator.com members can access complete …
Nov 30, 2019
Fine Dining Does Delivery

Fine Dining Does Delivery

As the market for high-end delivery grows, elite restaurants and vying for a piece of the action …
Nov 30, 2019
Italian Excitement, a Bounty from France, West Coast Winners

Italian Excitement, a Bounty from France, West Coast Winners

Recommended wines from Italy, France, New Zealand and Argentina that won't break the bank.
Nov 30, 2019

Departments

Jean-Louis Chave

Jean-Louis Chave

Wine Spectator editor and publisher Marvin R. Shanken discusses the Nov. 30, 2019, issue, with …
Nov 30, 2019
Playing the Long Game

Playing the Long Game

Jean-Louis Chave revives an overlooked vineyard in the St.-Joseph appellation of the Northern Rhône.
Nov 30, 2019
A Tale of Two Vineyards

A Tale of Two Vineyards

Carlisle winemaker Mike Officer finds character and contrast in two Russian River Valley sites.
Nov 30, 2019
Red Sauce Pasta with a Sicilian White

Red Sauce Pasta with a Sicilian White

Chef Julian Marucci of Tagliata in Baltimore shares his Sicily-inspired recipe for olive-studded, …
Nov 30, 2019

The Buying Guide

The Buying Guide for this issue is available here.

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