In this month’s Interim Issue, Monica Larner leads the way with her Italian reporting, followed by a couple of very exciting reports from Neal Martin, and a Part Three to top off Lisa Perrotti-Brown’s thorough New Zealand coverage. The End of May Interim Issue will be published on Wednesday, May 31st, at 9am PST on robertparker.com.
Heading to Italy first, Monica Larner has a juicy Veneto report that includes 125+ reviews of Amarone della Valpolicella and Soave; a handful of new Brunello di Montalcino reviews for all the Sangiovese lovers out there; some interesting wines coming from Valdarno; an exclusive look at a full retrospective of Sicily’s famous COS estate; and some lively reports on sparkling wine, featuring both Franciacorta and Prosecco Superiore. From the north end of the country all the way down to the island of Sicily, this coverage will have you ready to book your next Italian wine vacation.
From Neal Martin, he’s dished up a handful of additional South Africa reviews, as well as some exclusive reports on Burgundy and Bordeaux. Don’t miss the Spring 2017 late releases from the revered Château Latour or the once-in-a-lifetime tasting experience of Musigny vintages from 1919-1998.
Last but certainly not least, Lisa Perrotti-Brown brings us some highly anticipated additional reviews from New Zealand, full of Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, Riesling and more.
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Celebrate National Doughnut Day at City Garden
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If you’re a wine-country foodie, Santa Rosa’s new City Garden Doughnuts & Coffee is sure to have popped up on your radar. With its grand opening today on National Doughnut Day—June 2—City Garden is primed to bring locals and visitors the highest quality doughnuts they’re ever tasted.