The January Interim Issue Is Here
Our January Interim Issue is now live, featuring nearly 250 wines from Napa Valley—and some Sonoma—as well as our new Burgundy reviewer’s debut reports, which include new releases from Domaine Ramonet and some exciting older vintages in Up From the Cellar 26. And, as promised in our last issue, another 37 wine reviews are ready and waiting for you in the second report on Vino Nobile di Montepulciano.
Also in our Interim Issue, managing editor Joe Czerwinski delivers 95 tasting notes from the Canberra District and Hilltops of New South Wales. “Together, these are exciting Australian wine regions, boasting a combination of young, innovative wineries, “alternative” grape varieties and a modern sense of balance,” he says.
Our Issue wraps up with Stephan Reinhardt's miscellaneous new releases from the cool climate regions in Austria, Germany, the Loire Valley and the up-and-coming Savoie. “I hope you will also find some wines here that you will want to check out, although the quantities are pretty small. Good luck!”
More articles from this author
Torien Brings Yakitori Omakase to New York City
From Wine Journal
It's yakitori master Yoshiteru Ikegawa’s first stateside location.