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A Lucky ‘13 for Beaujolais Lovers

The last decade has witnessed some of the best Beaujolais vintages in history. Two thousand thirteen is proving more than qualified to stake its claim among them.

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Chablis Gets the Côte de Beaune Treatment from Mother Nature

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Brilliance in the Santa Cruz Mountains

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The End of the Innocence - English & Italian

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Finger Lakes Rising


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Generi Alimentari Panino, Modena, Italy

Italy’s best sandwich stop opened on December 7, 2013, and it’s safe to say that its owner and clientele have never looked back.

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La Maison du Colombier, Beaune, France

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Duddell's, Hong Kong

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Barolo Masterclass at Scalini Fedeli

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Lou Ressignon, Cogne, Italy


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2014 Domaine Gilbert Picq & Fils Chablis, 90 points

This village-level Chablis offers classic aromas of iodiney oyster shell and lime with a sexy suggestion of baked bread. Its thick, ripe flavors of orange zest and ginger are perfectly leavened by racy lemony acidity. Pair this penetrating wine with food now or hold it for 6 to 12 months. (ST)

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Cellar Favorites

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2007 Château Coutet (Jul 2016)

Château Coutet is one of my favorite Sauternes of all. When the estate decides the vintage is good enough to warrant making their ultra-luscious, super-concentrated Cuvée Madame, it is my favorite Barsac of all, duking it out with d’Yquem for numero 1 in Bordeaux sweet winedom.

2008 Domaine Weinbach Pinot Gris Altenbourg Quintessence de Grains Nobles Cuvée d’Or (Jul 2016)

2007 Long Shadows Vintners Collection Poet’s Leap Riesling (Jul 2016)


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