Delicious and refreshing, pink wines are more popular, and more diverse, than ever.
WINE SPECTATOR'S 12TH ANNUAL VIDEO CONTEST Share your wine story to compete for great prizes! Submit your shorts to Wine Spectator's annual Video Contest and you could win tickets to our spectacular Wine Experience weekend or a Grand Tasting. Entry deadline is Monday, Aug. 20. Check out the rules and previous years' finalists online.
OUTDOOR ENTERTAINING It's time to take your parties to the backyard, beach or park, and some of the country's best chefs are here to help. We share their cooking tips and delicious make-at-home summer recipes along with great value wine matches chosen by our editors.
WINE SPECTATOR VIDEO Watch all our wine tips, winemaker interviews and tastings on your desktop, laptop, tablet or phone. Tune in each week for a new mobile-friendly video. Don't miss these recent favorites:
- Irrigation: Going Deep: Argentinian winemaker Sebastián Zuccardi talks about the importance of deep roots and water management.
- A Perfect Match: Aguachile With Rosé: Find out more about this intriguing pairing—and get the recipe from Las Vegas chef Roy Ellamar.
ADVANCE RATINGS NEWSLETTERS Get the early scoop on the best values and hottest collectibles from our editors' latest tastings.
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- Advance: Sneak peeks at the top picks from upcoming issues of the magazine.
2017 BORDEAUX BARREL TASTINGS Following the stellar 2015 and 2016 vintages, Bordeaux's 2017 growing season got off to a frigid start, with frosts that devastated some vineyards. But for those less affected, quality looks promising. It's a vintage of haves and have-nots, says senior editor James Molesworth, and that makes his annual trip to taste the young wines from barrel all the more critical. Which 2017s will be worth buying as futures? Catch up on his blog posts highlighting top châteaus and estates to watch. Plus, get his scores and tasting notes for more than 250 Bordeaux reds, dry whites and sweet wines.
2016 BURGUNDY PREVIEW Get Wine Spectator senior editor Bruce Sanderson's scores for more than 150 of the region's Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays.