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This was first published on 26 February on Purple Pages but we are re-publishing it today as part of our new Throwback Thursday habit since the evolution of California wine is currently so...

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I was recently treated to a vertical tasting of what may be the best kosher wine I have ever tasted (including the kosher cuvées of Valandraud). Jeff and Jodie Morgan's Covenant wines are...

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Richard reports on his first-ever visit to the Napa Valley - last week, the lucky so and so, while the rest of us froze in London. In the Napa Valley, size matters. The appellation is a small...

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See also Alder's tasting notes . Do the wines of Napa share the characteristic of so many of the world's greatest wines, namely the ability to improve over the decades? And if they do, is...

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Here is Alder Yarrow' s first monthly despatch from the US on what is currently preoccupying American wine lovers. To mark the beginning of this new chapter, we are making this first column free...

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Since its first all-aboard in 1989, the Napa Valley Wine Train has been both a rail spike to the heart of Napa Valley residents who perceive it to be a touristy Disneyland-like ride, and a...

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FINE Wine Magazines, run from Finland but with editions in many important wine markets, have just released their stab at classifying Napa Valley wineries à la 1855 classification of Bordeaux....

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This article was also published in the Financial Times. Twenty years ago on our first family holiday to a wine-producing region we visited Limoux in the south west of France, where they make...

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The revolving doors at Napa Valley wineries are sorely in need of greasing, as a number of high-profile vintners have recently retired, taken new jobs, or departed with little explanation....

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Here is a palate-whetter for my massive set of Argentine tasting notes to be published tomorrow - among them some extremely exciting wines. I recently saw Nicolas Catena of Argentina,...

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This is a longer version of an article also published in the Financial Times. One of the most difficult questions for a wine writer to answer is ‘which wineries should I visit?’ As...

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Tom Shelton, former Joseph Phelps Winery president/CEO and a leader in the efforts to protect the integrity of the Napa Valley wine name, died 26 Jul at his Calistoga home following a long battle...

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Quite a ruckus was raised in Napa Valley last week. First, there was the shock announcement that Chateau Montelena is being purchased by Château Cos d’Estournel’s...

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If you haven't been to Napa Valley lately, there are surprises in store. The landmark wineries still draw crowds, The French Laundry in Yountville is still the place to eat, if you can...

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Writing my 200+ tasting notes on current-release Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignons is an interesting exercise when one knows the notes will be viewed by a readership wider than Americans...

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