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Burgundy 2010 whites

The Good, Bad and Ugly: Burgundy 2010, 2003 & 2004

Three snapshot tastings of mature Burgundy vintages, 2003 and 2004 reds and 2010 whites, served as a reminder that whilst some vintages repay cellaring, others can remain “ugly ducklings”.

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Exploring Northern Rhône Whites

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Vintage Retrospective: The 2010 Napa Valley Cabernets

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'Tis the Season for Rosato

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Hopes and Dreams: Canon Chaigneau 1998-2019

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Denis Durantou 1957-2020

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Northern Rhône: A First Look at the 2019s

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Six Decades of Pavie-Macquin: 1928-2018

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Campania: Forgotten Realms

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Remember, Remember: 1945 Bordeaux

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Winemaking and Wine Marketing in a Plague Year


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Via Forno, Scarsdale, New York

Via Forno is one of my local pizza joints. Despite the somber outlook, the staff at Via Forno has been upbeat the few times I have been there recently. I am looking forward to going back when things eventually come back to something resembling normalcy.

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NoMad, NYC

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Brixton Laundry, London

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Providence, LA

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2015 Tenuta DeAngelis Rosso Piceno Superiore, 92 points

The 2015 DeAngelis Rosso Piceno Superiore is spicy and wonderfully fresh from the first tilt of the glass, showing woodland berries, peppery herbs, eucalyptus and crushed stone, while delivering cool-toned red and blue fruits, energizing acidity and pretty inner florals on the palate. (EG)

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Cellar Favorites

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1947 Château Trotanoy

There is something magical about bottles of postwar Pomerol. I have been fortunate to taste a fair number, given their rarity, and always with a sense of understanding that you might never encounter it again. That is the case with the 1947 Trotanoy.

2001 Robert Ampeau et Fils Volnay Santenots 1er Cru

1957 Penfolds St. Henri Claret


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