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Matter of Taste 2024

This prestigious event will include wines from the best estates from around the world as well as two masterclasses and two unique wine and food pairings....

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Book Review: "Klein Constantia: The Home of Vin de Constance," by Joanne Gibson and Malu Lambert

This is a beautiful book that takes a deep dive into this historic estate's importance to South Africa and the world of fine dessert wine....

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Book Review: "Sun, Sea, Soil, Wine: Winemaking on the North Fork of Long Island," by Richard Olsen-Harbich

Olsen-Harbich has made wine on Long Island for more than 40 years, and he also played a huge role in authoring Long Island’s three AVA applications....

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Book Review: “Ethos Priorat,” by Elisabeth Hecker

This book contains over 300 pages of detail and love for Priorat. Hecker spent 10 years in this magnetic Catalonian region, documenting what she saw....

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Book Review: "Finding Meaning in Wine: A US Blend," by Michael Sinowitz

This book is part of academic publisher Routledge’s Food Studies series. It challenges readers to think about wine in more intellectual ways....

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Book Review: "The Oxford Companion to Wine" (Fifth Edition), edited by Julia Harding and Jancis Robinson, with Tara Q. Thomas

The latest edition features fresh perspectives and insights, with over 4,000 new entries, over 100 new contributors and over 270 new topics....

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Book Review: "How To Drink Australian," by Jane Lopes and Jonathon Ross

This is the Australian wine book we didn’t know we needed, until now. It provides us with relevant, modern context to the places and personalities....

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Book Review: "Mille Vignes, Penser le Vin de Demain," by Pascaline Lepeltier

This groundbreaking book by Pascaline Lepeltier is a deeply personal exploration of the relationship between the land, the vine and the wine....

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Exclusive Video Interview with Eric Frechon Talking About the Paris Wine Advocate Symposium

In this video interview, chef Eric Frechon of Epicure, a 3-star Michelin restaurant, discusses our upcoming Paris Wine Advocate Symposium and his deep-seated affection for the world of wine....

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