France: Bordeaux, featured
Three bottles tasted and two separate, independent critical opinions, both in one place. Neal Martin and I offer our views on the 2018 Château d'Yquem.
featured, General Interest
I am thrilled to announce that Rebecca Gibb MW is the newest member of our editorial team. In her new role, Rebecca will be responsible for covering the wines of New Zealand and the Loire Valley. I have known Rebecca for many years and have always been impressed by her extraordinary knowledge, writing skills and passion for wine.
featured, France: Burgundy
Our latest Burgundy update covers a smattering of wines Neal Martin and Antonio Galloni have tasted in recent months, everything from entry-level offerings all the way up to Grand Crus. For more on Burgundy, readers might want to revisit Neal’s 2018 Burgundy: Confounded Expectations and Antonio’s Postcard from Chablis: The 2018s & 2017s.
I am thrilled to announce that Eric Guido has joined Vinous in the role of Editor, responsible for reviewing the wines of Italy. I have admired Eric’s writing and unique take on wine for many years. His passion, intellectual curiosity and work ethic are second to none.
Wine collectors will be able to manage their cellars using scores and notes from the world’s most renowned wine critics, alongside pricing data from Liv-ex, the global marketplace for the wine trade.
Vinous, the world-renowned wine publication, is proud to announce that Neal Martin, the lead critic at Robert Parker Wine Advocate and one of the most recognized names in wine writing, is joining the Vinous team as a Senior Editor.
FAQ, Verticals & Retrospectives
Vinous CEO and Founder Antonio Galloni announced today the acquisition of the wine apps Delectable and Banquet. Known as the “Instagram of wine,” Delectable has been downloaded over a million times and has over 120,000 monthly loyal, unique users.
United States: California, Italy: Piedmont, featured, Italy
Created through extensive proprietary research and boots-on-the-ground work, Vinous’ Napa Valley Maps represent the state of the art in modern cartography. Each map shows property boundaries on the front and more detailed information on the back, including historical background for each region and 3-D images that allow for unprecedented perspective of vineyard sites.
United States: California, featured
Our Stags Leap Vineyard Map is now available to order at special early bird pricing. Illustrated in painstaking detail, the fourth installment in our Napa Valley Map series shows the vineyards of Stags Leap, owner by owner, like never before. Explore the myriad shades of Stags Leap’s vineyards and the region’s unique history through the 3-D illustrations and accompanying vineyard descriptions on the back of the map.
Antonio Galloni will moderate this intimate, once-in-a-lifetime tasting led by Vietti's Luca Currado tracing the arc of the estate's flagship Barolo Rocche back to 1961, the inaugural vintage. As Piedmont fans know, 1961 is an historic vintage, as it marks the first release of single-vineyard wines in Barolo. The vintages tasted will be: 1961, 1967, 1982, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1995, 1996, 1999, 2001, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010 and 2011.