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Wine Enthusiast Magazine

May 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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sip science

Vineyard drones, wine on tap, augmented reality labels, 3-D printed barrels: Wine has gone high tech, and there’s never been a more exciting time to enjoy something so at once rooted in the past as in the future.Technological advances have made our ability to make, age, serve and select wines better and easier than ever. In virtually every corner of the wine world, the combination of science and soul is fueling a fast-evolving taste for wine in digital-first ways never before seen in the long history of wine appreciation.A unifier at the table and the keyboard, wine has taken center stage on social media, too, where a community of avid fans share their pours, passions and pet peeves on all things wine in real time, and look to experts for…

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winemag.com: we asked you answered

HOW DO YOU LEARN ABOUT WINE IN THE DIGITAL AGE?GOOGLE IT70%VISIT WINEMAG.COM16%LISTEN TO A WINE PODCAST10%ASK ALEXA/SIRI4%DO YOU USE A WINE APP TO TRACK YOUR FAVORITE WINES?55% SAID YESWHY DO YOU USE A WINE APP?A. TO SAVE MY FAVORITES 25%B. FOR BUYING HELP 13%C. TO RATE MY WINE 10% D. ALL THE ABOVE 52%DO YOU USE A WINE GADGET AT HOME?54%SAID YESFollow us @WineEnthusiast…

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out & about: sips and snaps around the globe

JÄGERMEISTER MANIFEST TASTING POWERED BY WINE ENTHUSIASTThe liqueur brand moved into the ultra-premium space with the release of its Manifest bottling. In Feburary, Wine Enthusiast Spirits Editor Kara Newman co-hosted a tasting event with specialty cocktails at Existing Conditions in New York City.W.E. Spirits Editor Kara Newman; Brand Meister Willy Shine, JägermeisterCo-owners Don Lee and Dave Arnold, Existing ConditionsLA ART SHOW OPENING NIGHT WITH 1849 WINEThe LA Art Show kicked off in January with a party thrown by event sponsor 1849 Wine. The brand poured five wines that boast labels designed by internationally renowned street artist, Saber. Alex “Defer” Kizu’s onsite work was sold at auction to raise additional funds for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.TV Personality Dr. Drew Pinsky; Co-host Heidi Hamilton, The Frosty, Heidi & Frank Show, KLOS-FM;…

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temperature control

the crush ADVANCED DEGREESCHILL OUTPerk up your palate and take some risks by adding a chill to red wines. While Gamay and Pinot Noir are well-known contenders, the varieties listed here are also ripe for the refrigerator. Whatever you select, serve it at 50–60˚F.CINSAULTWidely planted throughout Southern France, this grape’s thin skin produces delicate tannins well-suited for chilling. It is also known for its flowery aroma and fleshy flavors like strawberry and red cherries, which get racy when chilled.These juicy flavors and the acidity of a chilled Cinsault work well with mildly spicy Thai coconut curry. It’s also a perfect match for white-flesh fish, because it won’t overpower delicate flavors.FRAPPATOThis Sicilian grape carries moderate acidity that feels like zipping around on a scooter. It has a fresh bouquet of wildflowers…

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next of gin

All gins receive flavor from juniper—it’s just not gin without this piney little berry. But bolder, fruit-flavored bottles have finally arrived. England, gin’s spiritual homeland, has led the trend for a few years, and it’s been worth the wait stateside. The newest crop is audacious, with fruity notes like grapefruit, Marasca cherry and cranberry that will appeal to a wine lover’s palate. Here are four to try.MALFY GIN ROSAFrom Italy’s Piedmont region, the main flavoring of this pink gin is Sicilian grapefruit. It’s slightly sweet, so the overall effect is similar to pink lemonade. Try it in a spritz-style drink, where it’s lightened with bubbles. Also look for the Con Limone (lemon) and Con Arancia (blood orange) bottlings.LUXARDO SOUR CHERRY GINThis delicious newcomer marries London dry gin with Marasca cherry…

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Cold Cola RougeHOXIEJosh Rosenstein, the maker of Hoxie, admits a preference for hybrid varieties like Chambourcin and Vidal Blanc, and he sources much of his fruit from Augusta, Missouri, the first American Viticultural Area (AVA). Hoxie makes its own cola for this Kalimotxo-inspired can, which is blended with Chambourcin. Rosenstein believes that we’ll see “the consumer spritzing year-round.”The Underwood Mei WineUNDERWOOD WINE COMPANYCanned wine giant Underwood works with growers from around Oregon. “The products are…not taking themselves too seriously,” says Underwood Founder Ryan Harms. This limited seasonal collaboration with Mei Lin, chef/partner at Nightshade in LA, is made with Riesling, guava, lemongrass, lychee, yuzu, tea, elderflower and almond.Dry Rosé Wine SpritzerPORTLAND SANGRIARyan Sharp, winemaker at Portland Sangria, sources all of his ingredients from throughout the Pacific Northwest to create intriguing…

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