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Wine Enthusiast Magazine

Wine Enthusiast Magazine

May 2021
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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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masthead

Adam M. Strum PUBLISHER Susan Kostrzewa EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Jacqueline Strum ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER MANAGING EDITOR Lauren Buzzeo TASTING DIRECTOR Alexander Peartree CREATIVE DIRECTOR Marco Turelli DIGITAL CREATIVE DIRECTOR Julia Lea EDITORIAL ASSOCIATE MANAGING EDITOR Layla Schlack SENIOR ASSOCIATE EDITOR Sarah Daniels TASTING ASSISTANT TASTING DIRECTOR Fiona Adams TASTING COORDINATOR Craig Chamberlain ASSISTANT TASTING COORDINATOR William Johnson DIGITAL ASSOCIATE MANAGING EDITOR Emily Saladino SENIOR DIGITAL EDITOR Dylan Garret DIGITAL EDITOR Kristen Richard ASSISTANT DIGITAL EDITOR J’nai Gaither SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER Elyse Estrella SOCIAL MEDIA COORDINATOR Marco Bruno DESIGN ART DIRECTOR Monica Simon ASSOCIATE DIGITAL DESIGNER Eric DeFreitas VISUALS PRODUCER Jesse Reiter ASSOCIATE PHOTO PRODUCER Tom Arena 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, Christina Pickard SPIRITS Kara Newman BEER John Holl FOOD Nils Bernstein TRAVEL Lauren Mowery LIFESTYLE & ENTERTAINING Mike DeSimone and Jeff Jenssen WEST COAST DIRECTOR Allison Langhoff SENIOR DIGITAL ADVERTISING DIRECTOR Greg Remillard SENIOR DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS & EVENTS Jen Cortellini ADVERTISING WEST COAST ACCOUNT MANAGER Karen Hackett TEL: 510.225.8537 khackett@wineenthusiast.net CENTRAL CALIFORNIA ACCOUNT MANAGER Jen Hord TEL:…

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in this issue: widening the world of wine

One of the most enriching aspects of wine is how far its reach goes beyond what’s in the bottle. Its connection to—and increasing appearance in—the wider worlds of music, design, film, fashion and more cements its importance to people with a passion for the creative arts and introduces new audiences to the wine fold. We celebrate the intersection of wine and culture this month in our culture package (page 36), spotlighting top people and projects bringing a 21st century lifestyle lens to what’s in your glass. From the 44-volume Japanese graphic novel series about wine, The Drops of God, to Broadway Wine Club’s philanthropy, to Jay-Z’s breakthrough Champagne branding and more, wine’s cultural crossover continues to thrive. Speaking of cultural connection, on page 56, we highlight four of Greece’s most ancient varieties—Limnio,…

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winemag.com: why is there so much celebrity rosé

The Era of Celebrity Drinks has seen its hits, like when George Clooney’s Casamigos was sold to Diageo for $1 billion, and its misses (Pharrell’s Q Qream liqueur, we hardly knew ye). Today, however, most celebrity brands are rosé wines, and consumers are snapping them up. According to Mike Osborn, founder and executive vice president of Wine.com, “rosé has such a wide appeal” that the site carries more than 670 pink wine products. Jon Bon Jovi and son Jesse Bongiovi’s Hampton Water, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s Chateau Miraval, and Lisa Vanderpump’s Vanderpump Rosé are the site’s second, third and fourth most popular roses, respectively. Other stars who make rosé include John Legend, Sarah Jessica Parker, Dave Matthews, John Malkovich, Kylie Minogue, Sting and Trudie Styler, Drew Barrymore and Post Malone, whose…

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vin in vivid color

OFF-LABEL ART Explore how wine bottles embrace visual design. Though bottle labels have existed since ancient Egypt, the advent of lithography in the late 1700s allowed mass-printed labels to rely more heavily on images to express a wine’s character or origin. Over the years, art has expanded the role of labels from purely informational to aspirational and even collectable, and they now convey more about a wine than language could alone. After all, wine, like art, is a sensory experience, and a bottle’s label “has to be beautiful,” says Elaina Leibee, wine director for Erewhon Market, a specialty grocery chain in California. Here, five label projects that demonstrate the ways art and wine can intertwine. Donnafugata Rosa rosé encapsulates Sicilian style and terroir Donnafugata’s collaboration with fashion house and fellow Italian brand Dolce &…

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croatia’s light side

POŠIP Believed indigenous to the island of Korčula, Pošip is now grown widely, and almost exclusively, along the Dalmatian Coast and the island of Hvar in microclimates influenced by the Adriatic Sea. Named for its resemblance to the sip, the curved side of a vineyard tool used historically in these areas, it produces luscious white wines that offer aromas of green fig and fresh apricot, and flavors of white peach, tangerine and toasted almonds. Stylistically, Pošip tends to fall on opposite ends of the spectrum. Some winemakers vinify in stainless steel to create crisp, clean versions, while other producers age in oak for several months for a rounder, full-bodied bottling. Brands to know: Korta Katarina, Saints Hills, Zlatan Otok GRAŠEVINA The most planted variety in continental Croatia, versatile Graševina is used to make everything…

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gulp fiction

Thanks to a recent crop of niche cocktail books, you can now raise a glass in honor of characters in your favorite movies, novels and television shows. Think of the recipes as fan fiction in liquid form: Many of the cocktails featured in their pages are classic drinks just dressed up in cosplay drag, draped in the whimsy of the fictional worlds from which they emerged. Because sure, a G&T is nice, but it might be even better transformed into a Star Wars-themed Qui-Gon Jinn and Tonic, a High Society fit for a true Gossip Girl or a brisk Bonnie Gold, named for a fierce prizefighter in the Peaky Blinders crime series. Read on to discover a few favorites across a range of genres. Historical Drams for Historical Dramas Period costumes, vintage…