May 25, 2023 - Vinous

A Kaleidoscope of Colors: New Rosé Releases

Rosé has never been as exciting as it is today. This year's Rosé coverage takes an in-depth look at the wines of Italy, France, Spain, the United States and Austria. Recent tastings unveil a stunning array of regional styles and flavors. Watch this space as we add more selections from our team of editors in the coming weeks....

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May 23, 2023 - Antonio Galloni

Champagne: The 2023 Spring Preview

Champagne is one of the most dynamic regions in the world. Change and innovation continue at an increasingly fast pace. Many of the most coveted wines now command Burgundy-like premiums, a relatively recent phenomenon here. There’s a lot more going on beyond the obvious, though, and plenty to explore.

May 18, 2023 - Eric Guido

Paso Robles: Boundless Diversity

There’s real momentum and energy that can be felt in Paso Robles. Even through the struggles of drought, heat and smoke, the best producers have found a way to prevail. Paso is a region geared to surpass consumer expectations, with a broad range of varieties, world-class wines and a welcoming atmosphere for tourists and wine lovers alike.

May 16, 2023 - Neal Martin

You’re Unbelievable: Bordeaux 2022

This year’s en primeur report examines the anatomy of 2022 in Bordeaux, highlighting the vintage’s strengths and the potential future legends, yet not ignoring the caveats. This is a complex and intellectually-rewarding vintage that could rewrite the rules of the growing season and what wines to expect.

May 17, 2023 - Joaquín Hidalgo

The 2023 Harvest in Argentina: Throwing Out the Playbook

The 2023 season was uneven, marked by frosts, extreme heat and more unpredictable weather caused by the La Niña phenomenon. To succeed this year, producers had to throw out the playbook and improvise.

May 11, 2023 - Neal Martin

Burgundy Focus 3: Mugnier’s Chambolle-Musigny Les Amoureuses 1er Cru 2007-1980

This unique vertical of Frédéric Mugnier’s Musigny Grand Cru offered a chance to examine one of Burgundy’s most sought-after wines back to vintages that predate his arrival. In this instance, going back through time was not unlike witnessing someone unlearning their skill and experience.

May 9, 2023 - Antonio Galloni

2022 Bordeaux En Primeur: Balance Imbalance

The 2022s are some of the most memorable young wines I have ever tasted in Bordeaux. The best 2022s are magnificent, viscerally thrilling wines that show what is possible with thoughtful approaches to viticulture and winemaking. A number of properties at all levels made their best wines ever. But 2022 is not consistently great from top to bottom, so some selection is warranted.


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May 26, 2023 - Neal Martin

Vinous Table: Tuscan Dinner @ 67 Pall Mall, London, UK

When I was invited to join a Tuscan-themed dinner in the private room at 67 Pall Mall, I eagerly accepted. I wanted to reacquaint myself with Tuscan wines and placate my palate, which was protesting that it wanted to taste anything other than Cabernet or Pinot Noir. The bottles were deeply impressive and showcased Tuscany at its best.

May 19, 2023 - Neal Martin

Vinous Table: Updown Farmhouse, Betteshanger, UK

Updown Farmhouse is in the opening pages of what will hopefully be a long and prosperous life.

May 12, 2023 - Neal Martin

Vinous Table: Hilltop Kitchen, Godalming, UK

I adore Hilltop Kitchen. It offers delicious, perfectly-sourced, well-executed fare with minimal fuss and maximum care.

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2022 Château L'Escarelle Rosé

This 2022 Rosé from Provence mixes spicy citrus and ginger notes with sweet florals and spice. It's vividly fruit focused, pleasantly ripe in style and creamy. A vibrant core of acidity and salty minerals add balance. (EG)

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2022 Auntsfield Sauvignon Blanc Single Vineyard

The 2022 Sauvignon Blanc Single Vineyard displays jalapeño, capsicum, pineapple candy and passionfruit aromas. The dense soils of the Auntsfield estate give the wine notable weight and texture. It is dry, clean and purposeful, with a lingering finish. Enjoy when young for its vigor. (RG)

90 points ($21)

2021 Marco Felluga Pinot Grigio Mongris

The 2021 Pinot Grigio Mongris is stunning. Sweet smoke and stone dust aromas give way to peach skins and mint. It’s round, supple and lively, with candied lime complementing ripe orchard fruits. Vanilla bean and almond paste nuances linger and leave the palate completely refreshed. (EG)

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May 22, 2023 - Antonio Galloni

Cellar Favorite: 2002 Vilmart & Cie Brut Coeur de Cuvée

The 2002 Brut Coeur de Cuvée is a totally hedonistic Champagne.

May 15, 2023 - Neal Martin

Cellar Favorite: Taylor’s Very Very Old Tawny Port (Coronation of King Charles III Limited Bottling)

The Coronation of King Charles III inevitably was the perfect excuse for many English sparkling wine producers to mark the occasion with limited edition cuvées, likewise, Port Houses that have deep English roots. One that I recently tasted was from Taylor’s Fladgate, who raided some of their oldest reserves to blend a limited run of 1,500 bottles of what they have called their Very Very Old Tawny Port.

May 8, 2023 - Neal Martin

Cellar Favorite: 1998 Wendouree Cabernet Sauvignon

If there is one Australian producer that sends a tingle down my spine more than any other, it is surely Wendouree. There…I just shuddered typing the name. Regrettably, my encounters are infrequent, yet bottles seem to have that ineffable je ne sais quoi whenever they do appear.


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