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Wine Enthusiast MagazineWine Enthusiast Magazine

Wine Enthusiast Magazine

August 2019

Wine Enthusiast Magazine is one of the most respected and quoted authorities in the world of wine and spirits. We feature the hottest trends in everything related to wine. Our seasoned editors do the work for you, with over 700 expert ratings and reviews in each issue. Plus, in-depth features on all aspects of cocktails, spirits, beer, inventive wine and food pairings, trendy recipes, savvy travel features, and more.

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wine enthusiast masthead

Adam M. Strum PUBLISHER & EDITORAdam M. Strum PUBLISHER & EDITORAdam M. Strum PUBLISHER & EDITORAdamAdad Susan Kostrzewa EXECUTIVE EDITOR Jay Spaleta SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT OF MEDIA MANAGING EDITOR Lauren Buzzeo DIGITAL CONTENT DIRECTOR Marina Vataj CREATIVE DIRECTOR Marco Turelli DIGITAL CREATIVE DIRECTOR Julia Lea TASTING DIRECTOR Alexander Peartree EDITORIAL SENIOR EDITOR Layla Schlack ASSOCIATE EDITOR Sarah Daniels TASTING ASSISTANT TASTING DIRECTOR Fiona Adams TASTING COORDINATOR Craig Chamberlain DIGITAL SENIOR DIGITAL EDITORS Dylan Garret, Siobhan Wallace ASSISTANT DIGITAL EDITOR Kristen Richard SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER Elyse Estrella JR. SOCIAL MEDIA COORDINATOR Evan Spadaccini DESIGN ASSOCIATE ART DIRECTOR Monica Simon DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY Megan Baggott ASSOCIATE DIGITAL DESIGNER Matthew Dimas CONTRIBUTING EDITORS EUROPEAN EDITOR Roger Voss ITALIAN EDITOR Kerin O’Keefe WINE Michael Schachner, Paul Gregutt, Virginie Boone, Jim Gordon, Matt Kettmann, Sean P. Sullivan, Anna Lee C. Iijima, Anne Krebiehl, MW, Christina Pickard SPIRITS EDITOR Kara Newman FOOD Nils Bernstein LIFESTYLE & ENTERTAINING Mike DeSimone and Jeff Jenssen TRAVEL Lauren Mowery BUSINESS Leslie Gevirtz ADVERTISING DIRECTOR Brett Rachlin DIRECTOR OF DIGITAL ADVERTISING Greg Remillard WEST COAST DIRECTOR Allison Langhoff DIRECTOR, SPECIAL PROJECTS & EVENTS…

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editors' letter: drink up!

Our list taps all corners of the country for the most inventive and delicious wine and food programs available today. Though we love all of our issues here at Wine Enthusiast, we have to fess up that the August issue—showcasing our annual 100 Best Wine Restaurants in America—holds a special place in our hearts. The result of 12 months of intrepid culinary and drinks exploration by our ever-thirsty team of editors, this eclectic and vibrant list (found on page 42) taps all corners of the country for the most inventive and delicious wine and food programs available today. What’s new this year? We feature more geographic range than ever before—including Alaska, Hawaii and our first restaurant ever in Puerto Rico—which points to the expansive reach of great food and drink to every…

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winemag.com: best of travel

FOLLOW WINEENTHUSIAST ON Love to travel? So do we, which is why we’ve partnered with TripAdvisor to share our favorite wine-driven trips, guides, videos and more on its new interactive platform. Become a part of our global community—follow @WineEnthusiast and get inspired for your next vinous voyage! Follow us @WineEnthusiast MARIUS MELE; CHRIS HARDER; BRUNETTE; BRAD FEINKNOPF; ISTOCK/GETTY…

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sips and snaps around the globe

WINES WITH A(L)TTITUDE The Interprofessional Council of Roussillon Wines (CIVR) hosted a five-course luncheon at the Gramercy Park Hotel in New York City in May. Export Manager Kim Loranger and Deputy Director Eric Aracil led members of the trade in tasting a full color-spectrum of wines, as well as vins doux naturels, from the southern French region. SOUTH WALTON BEACHES WINE & FOOD FESTIVAL More than 5,000 people attended this April event in Florida, which offered walk-around tastings of more than 800 wines, with a focus on Oregon this year, plus beer, spirits and a culinary village. All proceeds support the Destin Charity Wine Auction, which as of this year, has donated a total of $20 million since its inception in 2013. JORDAN WINERY CABERNET & KICKS OFFICIAL RELEASE DAY PARTY The stars were out…

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yes to less

START WITH BRUNCH Victoria Canty, the Los Angeles brand ambassador for Lo-Fi Aperitifs, recommends testing the viability of a low-alcohol cocktail at brunch. “Brunch is a mix of all of the things: chilaquiles next to pancakes, next to pizza with egg, next to kale salad, next to banana bread, next to the best hash ever [and so on].” This eccentric collection of flavors offers room for creativity and experimentation. “Think in terms of balance,” she says. “If I’m having something really creamy, fatty and indulgent, [a cocktail with] acid or bitterness to cut that would allow both the drink and the food to shine.” The best part? “Low-ABV [alcohol by volume] options at brunch will keep you on your toes all day without sending you into oblivion,” she says. LOOK TO FAMILIAR TERRITORY “When pairing with…

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hungary’s other white wines

Those familiar with the white wines of Hungary are likely acquainted with the famed sweet Tokaji Aszú wines or dry versions of Furmint. Two-thirds of Hungarian wine is white, much of it from indigenous grapes that haven’t made their way into the global market. Increasingly, however, the country is noted for its Chardonnay, Grüner Veltliner and a new white blend from the Egri region. CHARDONNAY This French native is well suited to several of Hungary’s 22 wine regions, specifically cold-weather growing areas with relatively long ripening seasons. You’re most likely to find bottles from Villány, Pécs, Etyek-Buda and areas around Balaton, as well as the Eger region, which produces the Kovács Nimród Battonage Monopole Chardonnay pictured here. Much of the Chardonnay produced in the country is aged in Hungarian oak barrels, which…

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