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10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About Château Clinet

Château Clinet's Ronan Laborde finds the time to run marathons in between turning out 100-point wines.

Le Pin: The Ultimate Collector's Wine?

Le Pin commands high prices as a result of tiny production and a commitment to quality.

10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know about Marqués de Riscal

With a strong French influence and a pioneering spirit, Tim Atkin MW finds plenty to celebrate at Marqués de Riscal.

Justin Wine: The New Health Food

From pistachios to pomegranates, the owners of Justin Vineyards know how to sell agricultural products.

The Busy Wine Lover's Guide to Château Figeac

Château Figeac has a rich history, but the new management team is more concerned with the future.

Saxum's Justin Smith Keeps Paso Robles Cool

He may be literally a garagiste, but Saxum's Justin Smith has 38 Wine Advocate scores of 95 points or more.

10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About Domaine Serene

Oregon's most searched-for winery mixes Pinot with woolly mammoths

10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About Schramsberg

It's a favorite of sommeliers, U.S. presidents and Northern California high-end diners.

The Busy Wine Lover's Guide to Laurent-Perrier

Laurent-Perrier's success is down to one man – war hero Bernard de Nonancourt.

10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About Robert Mondavi Winery

It's 10 years since Constellation Brands bought Robert Mondavi Winery. W. Blake Gray pays a visit and discovers Cabernet reigns supreme.

The Busy Wine Lover's Guide to Veuve Clicquot

The woman behind the famous Champagne house has produced a tale worthy of a Mills & Boon novel.

Josh Jensen's Succession Plan? "Never to die"

After spending his life turning a remote mountain spot into the source of some of California's greatest Pinot Noirs, Josh Jensen now has to start thinking about his legacy.

Spottswoode: Napa Valley's "Chateau Margaux"

This St. Helena estate was revived because a doctor wanted to drive a tractor.

The Busy Wine Lover's Guide to Rauzan-Ségla

Château Rauzan-Ségla heads back to the future with horses for plowing and gravity-fed cellars.

Quinta do Noval: Home to the Greatest Port Ever Made?

Quinta do Noval is once more reaching for the heights it achieved when it made one of the greatest wines in history – the 1963 Nacional Port.

From Hungarian Soccer Player to 100-Point Napa Vintner

A 35-year friendship with Silver Oak founder Justin Meyer paid off for Lou Kapcsándy, who has been a soccer player, boxer, chemical engineer, and now winery owner.

Peter Michael's Wines Are Honey For Bears & Robert Parker

Forget the danger of wine critics – there are real bears prowling around Peter Michael Winery, and a winemaker has to be armed and ready when checking on ripe fruit.

Parker Prefers Donelan Wines Post Pax

The story of Pax Mahle deciding he wanted to make leaner Syrahs has been told many times. But what happened at the winery after he left? Here's the other side of the story

Silver Oak: The Wine Pro Athletes Love

Ordinary diners ignore what sommeliers and Robert Parker think and keep ordering one of northern California's iconic Cabernets

10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About... Branaire-Ducru

This Bordeaux fourth growth attracts wine drinkers rather than investors.

Viader Proves Napa's Cabernet Franc Credentials

Viader's wines stand alone in Napa and the family winery makes no apology for that.

Tradition Rules at Giuseppe Quintarelli

This hard-to-find Valpolicella estate is worth discovering, explains Paolo Tenti.

Château Cantemerle: The Fifth Growth That Nearly Wasn't

After a century spent sadly shrunken and neglected, insurance company money returns Château Cantemerle near its mid-1800s heights.

Behind the Scenes at... Trefethen Vineyards

Cabernet and riesling grow side-by-side at this Oak Knoll estate.

Ann Colgin's Dynamite Wines

With three perfect scores from Robert Parker, Colgin wines are carving out their own path in Napa.

10 Things Every Wine lover Should Know About... J.J. Prüm

Stuart Pigott explains why this Mosel producer is so highly regarded.

Cracking the Moët Case: 12 Bottled Truths

At 270 years old, Moët & Chandon has become a brand that is recognized the world over, yet we still stumble over how to say its name.

10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About... Ducru-Beaucaillou

Beyoncé or Charlize Theron? Sophie Kevany visits the historic estate that compares vintages to celebrities.

10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About...Ruinart

The world's oldest Champagne house, now owned by luxury goods company LVMH, is approaching its 300th birthday. Caroline Henry explores its past, present and future.

10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About... Gianfranco Soldera

Paolo Tenti catches up with the Brunello di Montalcino producer who lost most of six vintages when his cellar was vandalized.
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