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This substantial Malbec was made with an
assist from Mauricio Lorca, one of Argentina’s
brightest young winemaking stars.
From a brambly property in northern Napa
comes a concentrated Cab that captures the
rugged beauty of its terroir.
Cabernet, Merlot and Syrah create a
balanced blend in this dark, plummy red
wine from a boutique Napa Valley estate.
Respected vintner Joseph Grilli partially
dries the grapes for this unusual red before
Some of the world’s great wines come from
France’s Rhône Valley, and often at relatively
sane prices—like this spicy, sophisticated red.
Thanks to the nearby Pacific Ocean,
Sonoma’s Petaluma Gap is cool and windy:
perfect for producing refined Chardonnay.
Keller Estate is one of the premier producers
in Sonoma’s Petaluma Gap, a region gaining
a reputation for lithe, expressive wines.
Thanks to the nearby Pacific Ocean, Sonoma’s
Petaluma Valley is cool and windy: perfect for
producing deeply fruited, savory Syrah.
A red-wine specialist’s take on white wine,
Kristian Story brings a graceful touch to
intense Carneros fruit.
Like a Blanc de Blancs Champagne, this
sparkling white was made from Chardonnay
and fermented in the bottle.
Bordeaux’s outlying districts are a terrific
source of good value reds, as this muscular
wine from Château Fillon demonstrates.
This Spanish red represents a collaboration
between well-known winemaker Javier
Rodríguez and Rioja’s Sendero Royal winery.
From a top producer in a spectacular vintage,
this Côtes du Rhône offers more complexity
than its humble appellation suggests.
The finely wrought 2008 Shiraz is another
stra in Leeuwin Estate’s line of celebrated,
highly sought-after Art Series wines.
Mount Ventoux may be most famous as a
brutal climb on the Tour de France, but the
region’s wines are worth a detour, as this
cassis-driven red demo... Read More
Austria’s Wagram region specializes in the local Roter Veltliner grape, which yields fragrant, silky whites like this one.
Grapes for this Grüner Veltliner get their
tropical lushness from a site where stones and
terraced slopes soak up heat and sunlight.
Piedmont’s long-lived Barolos and
Barbarescos overshadow its fantastic
everyday wines, like this silky Dolcetto.
The surfer-turned-winemaker behind
Longboard knows that California’s coast
produces waves and
dense, powerful Syrahs.
The chalky coastal soils south of Barcelona are perfect for making vivacious, bracing sparkling wine made in the same way as Champagne.
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