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Extraordinary Mediterranean Wines from Domaine de l'Horizon

The village of Calce counts something like 200 habitants, yet it’s one of the most exciting places in France for wine production. It’s located in the Roussillon, a few miles outside of the medieval city of Perpignan and a half hour’s drive from the Spanish border.
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Intriguing Istine: High-Elevation Elegance in Chianti Classico

Istine was featured at the top of Eric Asimov’s article on the “heiresses” of Chianti Classico: a group of women who have taken over family estates in Chianti and are now producing brilliant wines.
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A Soon-to-be New World Wine Superstar: Oregon's Shelby Perkins

A Soon-to-be New World Wine Superstar: Oregon's Shelby Perkins

Like their maker, Perkins-Harter wines are intense. Profound. Precise. Cerebral if you want them to be, simply "brilliant" if you don't need anything in your life to be cerebral.
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Sileo Montsant Offers High Elevation Freshness & Elegance at A Great Price

To a select group of visionaries, Montsant isn't just a foil to Priorat, whose dramatic slopes it surrounds like a ring — it has its own story to tell. And to the talented Agusti Torello (of AT Roca and Anima Mundi), Montsant truly warrants a spotlight of its own.
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Dumien-Serrette's Classic Old-Vine Cornas Shows Off Top Rhône Terroir

We couldn't be happier to share this gorgeous, old-school gem with you today. With just 2.2 ha to satisfy world-wide demand, we expect it won't be around for very long.
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Fornerot's Stellar Deal in White Burgundy, from the Edge of an Edge

With a bit more ripeness from the changing climate and a deft hand in the cellar, Fornerot is producing high-quality wine from this historically cooler site. This Hautes Côtes de Beaune drinks like a top Saint-Aubin, with its tangy orange blossoms and cutting minerality. It is rich, but not too rich, and certainly long and intense.
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A New, Keller-Endorsed German Wunderkind: Moritz Kissinger

One of the most exciting young growers to emerge from New-Wave Germany is Moritz Kissinger, from the limestone-rich soils of the Rheinhessen. Moritz biodynamically farms just under 4 hectares of Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay and Riesling.
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Delicious Dueling Pét-Nats from the Loire Valley & South Africa

Pet-Nats have spread far and wide, not just as a historical curiosity; to many winelovers and growers, it's the future.
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San Giusto's Chianti Classico Perfectly Melds the Modern and the Ancient

San Giusto a Rentennano is an estate that reminds us how, in Italy, a winery can seemingly exist in multiple different centuries and even millenia all at once.
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Marques de Tomares' Rioja Blanco — The Perfect Winter White Wines

Rioja Blanco is tragically under appreciated — it’s easily one of Spain’s most compelling styles of wine, regardless of color. Tomares offers two versions: one a crisp, easy drinking, lightly floral quaffer, and the other, a sophisticated, rich and earthy drink akin to white Burgundy or southern Italian whites like Falanghina or Fiano.
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Ca'Nova's Classical Barbaresco, and the Power of Great Terroir

Today’s Barbaresco may surprise some readers. We tend to think of Barbaresco as a wine that requires aging, especially when made in such an old-school style. But the Piedmontese themselves are happy to drink many of their Barbarescos young, and this would certainly be one of them. 
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Lafouge's Everyday Bourgogne Rouge Offers Extraordinary Joys

Lafouge's Everyday Bourgogne Rouge Offers Extraordinary Joys

Lafouge is best known for their white Meursault and reds from Pommard and their home village of Auxey Duresses, all made in an elegant, restrained but fruit-forward style. The 2021 Bourgogne Rouge sings in the same delicious key: it’s bursting with crunchy, high-toned red fruit, and plenty of freshness and energy.
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