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2019 Rosé Roundup

There have never been more high-quality pink wines available than there are today. Worldwide demand for Rosé, at all price levels, is at an all-time high. But the Rosé boom has also resulted in a large number of uninteresting, forgettable wines, so knowing where to look is key. These are the most distinctive and delicious Rosés I tasted this year.

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Raveneau Chablis Montée de Tonnerre: 1985-2015

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Rheingau & Mittelrhein Riesling: Rising to 2017’s Challenges

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Sicily: Where Great Wines and Lava Flow

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Drink Your Idols: Roumier’s Musigny 1976-2008

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2018 Napa Valley – First Impressions…

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The 2009 Napa Valley Cabernets at Age 10

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The 2019 Champagne Summer Preview

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Precious Clay: L’Eglise-Clinet 1929–2015

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2017 and 2018 Northern Rhône

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Piazzetta Milù, Naples, Italy

Piazzetta Milù has the potential to become one the top dining destinations not just in Campania, but in all of Italy.

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The Ledbury, London

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Chez Bruce, London

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TentaziOni, Bordeaux

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Miani dinner at Enoteca Turi, London, UK

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2018 Ermitage du Pic Saint Loup Rosé Comme Trois Poissons dans l'Eau ($19.00) 91

2018 Ermitage du Pic Saint Loup Rosé Comme Trois Poissons dans l'Eau, 91 points

Compelling for its blend of richness and finesse, this intriguing Rosé from southern France shows intense, mineral-accented red fruit and floral character. Creamy texture and depth of flavor belies its vibrancy, finishing with superb persistence and leaving a suave honeysuckle note behind. (JR)


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Four From Domaine Raveneau

I was inspired to write this article by my colleague Steve Tanzer’s superb retrospective on Raveneau’s Chablis Montée de Tonnerre and my own recent visit trip to Chablis earlier this summer. I have adored the Raveneau wines for a very long time. I buy them whenever I can for my own cellar.

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