The Wine Advocate files suit against Antonio Galloni for "Fraud, Breach of Contractual Obligations and the intentional and unjustifiable withholding of tasting notes and articles."
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“Consumers don’t pay attention to tasting notes in general anyway. They largely follow scores, until they outgrow scores and notes and develop their own tastes. For these more advanced wine drinkers, scores are primarily important if they are wine investors.”
Matthieu Cuvelier is reported to have just closed a deal to purchase all three of the popular, St Emilion chateaux from Sophie Fourcade, located next to Clos Fourtet.
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Great tips of Kosher wines for the holidays from Bordeaux, California , Israel and other wine producing appellations.
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If you're going to be in Bordeaux in April and you are looking for where to taste 2012 Bordeaux En Primuer, this is a good place to start.
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Robert Parker 2010 Bordeaux scores are out. 10 wines hit 100 Pts, 8 make it all the way to 99 Pts.
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It's a busy week for Bordeaux. Chateau d'Issan and Chateau Monbousquet sell shares and Robert Parker releases his 2010 Bordeaux ratings!
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The wines of Pessac Leognan are sublime in 2010. Most are showing better in bottle than in barrel! They have style, substance, character, ripe fruits and the ability to age and evolve for decades!
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Having tasted a fair number of famous wines over the years, many of these exalted bottles have long since slipped into senility. But at their best, they offer a handful of lucky collector’s more than bottled history.
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With the 2012 Bordeaux growing season, we had a particular hard year. We spent a lot of time working in our St. Emilion vineyards. We and the vines became naturally stressful. But a little bit of stress is good, no?
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When news that Federal Judge Richard Berman ruled the FBI had probable cause to search the home of Rudy Kurniawan broke, wine lovers all of the world rejoiced! The trial of Rudy Kurniawan could take to place shortly!
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For 2012 Smith Hauit Lafitte, the influence of the soil was stronger than the varietal. The key of the vintage was the water regulation. With good vines with deep roots in early terroir's, you could have very good result.
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We started the harvest October 9 and picked until October 12. We skipped 3 days and harvested from October 15 to October 17 and skipped another couple of days picking up again on October 19 until we finished on October 23.
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The La Crau sector has been particularly successful. I am very happy to present the wines. The more I taste of 2012 Chateauneuf du Pape, the more I like it!
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