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Horizontal Tasting of Napa Valley’s 1995 Cabernets

Based on my tastings this spring and last, Napa Valley’s 1995 Cabernets don’t quite match the ‘94s for their density, suavity of texture and overall balance. But the up-and-down 1995 growing season was nonetheless an outstanding vintage, having produced many aromatically complex and ageworthy wines.

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Domaine Rousseau Chambertin-Clos de Bèze and Chambertin

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The 2016 Rosé Roundup: Part One

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A Look Back at the 2004 & 2005 Barbarescos

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Umbria – New Releases


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American Cut Bar & Grill, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

This was my fist visit to American Cut Bar & Grill in Englewood Cliffs, one of Chef Larry Forgione’s new outposts in the New York City area. American Cut serves up classic steakhouse fare with a few twists to keep things interesting.

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La Tour d'Argent, Paris, France

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Untitled at the Whitney, New York

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The Square, London, England

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Dano's Heuriger on Seneca


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2014 Fox Run Semi-Dry Riesling ($14.00) 90 points

2014 Fox Run Semi-Dry Riesling, 90 points

This pale gold wine opens with scents of key lime, green apple, honeysuckle and a subtle flint. The palate is beautifully balanced, combining jangly acidity with a soft swish of sugar, though the overall impression of the wine is dry. A gorgeous wine at a terrific price. (KW)

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Cellar Favorites

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1947 Cheval Blanc

I was quite relieved to see the cork emerge from this bottle pretty much intact. The 1947 Cheval Blanc is one of the world’s most rarified wines, so expectations were naturally running high.

Abreu 2005 Madrona Ranch & Thorevilos

Two From Bruno Giacosa


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