Wine for Asian Flavors
As American food lovers embrace Asian flavors, chefs and sommeliers have found success pairing Western wines with everything from the subtle, savory aspects of Japanese cuisine to the fiery, tangy elements of Thai food.
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GRAND TOUR This spring, Wine Spectator hits the road with the world's finest wineries, making stops in Washington, D.C., (April 20), New York City (April 24) and Las Vegas (May 5) to pour more than 250 top wines. If you can't join us this time, check out our coverage of who was there.
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2017 BORDEAUX BARREL TASTINGS 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? Follow his blog posts highlighting top châteaus and estates to watch. Plus, get his scores and tasting notes for hundreds of Bordeaux reds, dry whites and sweet wines.
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