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Wine Spectator September 30, 2018

Wine Spectator rates over 15,000 wines per year, in every price range, to fit every occasion. Read about the world's great wineries and winemakers and visit restaurants with outstanding wine lists. Plus, each issue features delicious recipes and pairs them with the perfect wines.

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
M Shanken Communications
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winespectator.com

FREE RESOURCES FOR ALL OUR WINESPECTATOR.COM READERS:LABOR DAY ENTERTAINING Throwing a party? We recruit leading chefs and cookbook authors to share some of their favorite crowd-pleasing recipes so you can spend more time with your guests. Plus, Wine Spectator editors pick well-priced, highly rated wines to enjoy over the long weekend without straining your wallet.SIPS & TIPS NEWS LETTER Get new recipes delivered to your inbox, along with great value wines, travel ideas and helpful tips to boost your food and wine knowledge. Sign up for our free weekly email.Entertaining tips, onlineWINE SPECTATOR VIDEO Watch all our great wine tips, winemaker interviews and tastings on your desktop, laptop, tablet or phone. Tune in each week for a new mobile-friendly video. Don’t miss these clips:Wine Star: Victor Urrutia Cune’s CEO leads…

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looking forward

As time passes, change is inevitable. The task for any organization is to find the opportunities in-side the challenges. We are now entering a period of change in our tastings, and we are planning to use it as a springboard to position our editorial team for continuity and success in the coming years.Senior editor James Laube, who joined Wine Spectator in 1981, has been the linchpin of our coverage of California wine, reviewing thousands of the state’s wines annually. Several years ago, Jim told us he wanted to step back from tasting newly released wines in order to focus more on his writing. That period of tran-sition gave us the opportunity to put a succession plan in place.Senior editor Kim Marcus will take on Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from California.…

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feedback

Sassicaia SentimentI was reading a recent issue of Wine Spectator and was impressed by a letter entitled “First Sassicaia Class” (Feedback, June 15) in which the author shares the memory of a tasting of Cabernet Sauvignon wines she attended together with her husband, over 20 years ago.This tasting included Sassicaia, the wine my family produces in Tuscany. I would like to sincerely thank Ms. Lynetta Martin for not only describing the event but also sharing their personal experience and emotions that lasted across so many years. This is what we hope to achieve with the wines we produce: to transmit to consumers and wine lovers unforgettable positive emotions.Nicolò Incisa della RocchettaOwner, Tenuta San GuidoBolgheri, ItalyHappy SurpriseOne of the joys of being a wine lover is, when traveling, being able to…

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napa voters reject oaks measure

In a nail-biter of an election, Napa County voters rejected Measure C, the ballot proposal that could have restricted vineyard development in Napa’s watersheds. The controversial measure was voted down in June by a slim margin of just 641 votes out of 35,707 cast.“Like many, we were anxiously awaiting the results,” said Ryan Klobas, policy director for Napa County Farm Bureau, which opposed the measure. “And we’re very pleased with the outcome.”But the war over Napa’s hills is far from over. Measure C supporters have promised a new ballot initiative. Opponents are asking for both sides to work with local officials to address any concerns over the wine industry. “There’s going to be a lot of work to do moving forward,” said Klobas.Drafted by Mike Hackett and Jim Wilson, both…

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continuity and change at wine spectator

James LaubeKim MarcusJames MolesworthIn a move that blends continuity and change in Wine Spectator’s comprehensive coverage of California wine, senior editor and Napa bureau chief Kim Marcus has been appointed lead taster for the state’s Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs, and senior editor James Molesworth will become lead taster for Cabernet Sauvignon.These categories were long reviewed by senior editor James Laube, 66, who joined Wine Spectator full time in 1983 and who during his career with the magazine has reviewed every category of wine made in California, as well as wines from around the world. “After more than 30 years of tasting thousands of wines annually, I’ve decided to step back from reviewing new releases,” Laube said. “I want to devote more time to writing and take a different approach to…

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future wine stars

Introducing the top vintners of tomorrow. On June 5, the Department of Viticulture and Enology at the University of California, Davis, held a scholarship reception. Pictured are the group of Davis undergraduates and graduate students awarded scholarships from the Wine Spectator Scholarship Foundation for the next academic year. In total, WSSF has supported 510 students with 790 scholarships over 32 years at the school.Since its inception in 1982, the foundation has provided grants and scholarships to a variety of wine and culinary programs, raising more than $20 million for education.UC Davis scholarship recipients for 2018–2019GREG GORMAN; DAVID YELLEN; MICHELLE MCSWAIN PHOTOGRAPHY AND THE VINUM COLLECTIVE; KAREN BLOCK ■…

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