Attention, readers: the End of January 2019 issue is now live on RobertParker.com. With almost 1,700 wine reviews and a focus on new releases from some of the most highly sought-after producers and regions, there’s a lot to love.
Someone’s got to be first, and this time it’s us: We’ve published the very first official reviews for the 2014 vintage of Brunello di Montalcino
, including detailed notes about the highly coveted—and very hard to find—2009 Soldera (Case Basse) 100% Sangiovese.
On that note, we’ve also covered the latest releases from the Vega Sicilia Group
(Único and Valbuena) and Artadi
, including a near-perfect Viña El Pisón.
This issue is also jam-packed with almost 800 wine reviews of the 2016 & 2017 vintages in Burgundy
, with producers you won’t want to miss, like Domaine Méo-Camuzet, Domaine Comte Georges de Vogüe and Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey.
Oh, yeah, there’s one more highlight you won’t want to miss: William Kelley’s inaugural Champagne report
with reviews of Dom Pérignon Rosé, P2 and the 2009 vintage. So, grab your favorite flutes and a bottle of bubbles, and start your week off with a bang.
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