7 Michelin-Starred Restaurants in Wine Country

Visiting Napa Valley or Sonoma County? Here’s where to go....

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USA, California: Napa Valley - Part 1: On the 2015s, 2016s & Making Luck

Napa Valley is by nature undoubtedly one of the best suited regions for growing grapes and making wines on the planet. The growing season is usually dry and sunny, the...

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USA, California: Jean-Charles Boisset Presents His Secret Indulgence

This is a new range of very smartly packaged and mostly keen-priced wines from Napa’s own flamboyant, gregarious and incredibly astute Burgundian-born proprietor, Jean-Charles Boisset. Linked to a recently purchased...

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Support the Napa Valley Vintners at the MICHELIN Guide Gala

We are reaching out to our readers, in Napa Valley Community's time of need, to see if you can help by donating to the Napa Valley Community Disaster Relief Fund....

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Don’t Judge North California’s 2017 Vintage Too Soon!

A bit of good news coming out of Napa and Sonoma—some wineries in the area have thus had little or no impact from the fires....

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More Wildfire Relief Efforts in the North Bay Area

We will continue to update this page with new information as it comes to us here at Robert Parker....

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Harvest Moon: Remembering Richard Ward

R.H. Drexel personally recounts how this wine pioneer changed her life....

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Like a Fine Wine, This Musician Gets Better with Age

The artists I’m most interested in learning from—whether they’re musicians, songwriters, winemakers or chefs—are those who remain relevant, above all else, to themselves....

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Studying Ampelography in Napa Valley

Ampelography is the identification and classification of grape vines. You may be wondering why identifying and classifying grapevines is important. Without it, you simply cannot tell from the grape itself...

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Hugged By Life: Behind the Scenes at "Live in the Vineyard"

Nine years ago, long-time friends and collaborators Claire Parr and Bobbii Jacobs founded “Live in the Vineyard” because, Parr says now, “our artists needed to be hugged by life.”...

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