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California, Oregon and Washington State team up for UK annual tasting in 2014
Reckon that California’s wines are too expensive, too alcoholic, too oaky and impossible to pair with food? Wrong, wrong, wrong and wrong, says Anne Krebiehl as she meets the producers and sommeliers doing great things with the Golden State’s wines
Dispatches from the Napa Valley harvest
In which we wander rather far from the beaten track to taste wines from Jura and Canada
You've heard about the affinity between regional wine and food. So what about Napa Cabernets and burgers?
Fog, rolling in from the Pacific, tempers the relentless sunshine of California and Chile and allows them to make elegant white wines. Clinton Cawood joins a bunch of sommeliers as they get to grips with some misty Chardonnays
Maison Lillet is launching a day dedicated to the apéritif
Napa has myriad terroirs, dozens of soil profiles and hundreds of producers. So why is it dominated by one-note Cabernet Sauvignons? Simon Woods joins a puzzled group of sommeliers to find out
Concha y Toro has spread its wings beyond South America with the acquisition of Fetzer Vineyards
Sparkling Wine & Champagne: Under £14
A small category, and not exactly a must-stock, but the Zins showed good typicity and matching potential for gutsy food
Plenty of medals again for Chile, although the judges were most impressed stylistically with Australia and South Africa
A good selection of medals from across the New World shows this is a category with real strength in depth
More ambitious pricing but some decent wines too, with Australia, Argentina and South Africa leading the way
Over 1,500 wines can be boiled down to this: the hallowed Sommelier Wine Awards Gold List for 2011...