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A Look at Liv-ex's New Port 50 Index

Liv-ex launched the new Index earlier this fall....

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9 100-Point Bordeaux Wines in Interim End of November 2018

“While 2016 is an incredible vintage that produced a lot of outstanding and some extraordinary wines throughout Bordeaux, the greatest wines of this amazing year sing not so much about the vintage, or even their communes, but about their vineyards,” says Lisa Perrotti-Brown in her Bordeaux: 2016s in Bottle report in our latest Issue of The Wine Advocate.   A grand total of nine wines reviewed in the End of November Interim Issue 2018 received the perfect 100-point score, all coming...

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Best of 2018: Mark Squires

Our reviewers reflect on the past year....

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Interview with Mark Squires: Keeping Score

Over the last several years, Israeli wineries have been winning more than their fair share of international recognition and awards. When visiting any of the best Israeli wineries, the recognition they seem to hold most dear is that from Robert Parker Wine Advocate.  To dive further into the subject, David Rhodes chats with The Wine Advocate's own Mark Squires about his perspective about the international wine trade and specifically about Israeli wines.* You've been writing about wines for about nearly...

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Bordeaux 2016: Risers Outside the Bordeaux 500

Several wines from outside of the Bordeaux 500 Index have also performed well....

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Final Thought: Champagne — A Market Without Bubbles

Champagne has long been an on-trade favorite, but in recent years it has also established itself as a key player in the secondary market for fine wine. Previously purchased predominantly for consumption, it is now bought, stored and resold for a profit later on as common practice....

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Wine Experts Share Their Thanksgiving Food & Wine Pairings

Robert Parker Wine Advocate’s troop of reviewers give us their menus for the holiday....

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Wine Advocate Weekend Pairings: Coq Au Vin

Pairing suggestions for the classic French stew....

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How Much Latour 1961 Could You Buy For the Price of DRC Romanée-Conti 1945?

Last month, two bottles of DRC Romanée-Conti 1945 broke the record for the most expensive wines ever sold at auction. The two bottles were sold by Sotheby’s in New York for $496,000 and $558,000 respectively.......

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