Issue 31 (Jan-Feb 2011)
- The Annual Loire Valley Report- 2009 Vintage and Back Through Time- Ripeness Only Tells Half the Story.
- The Superb 2008 Bordeaux Vintage- Opportunity Knocks.
- Portugalís Superb, Up and Coming Alentejo Region.
- The 2008 Burgundy Vintage in Bottle- Every Bit As Brilliant As the Best Examples of the 2009 Vintage.
Issue 32 (March-April 2011)
- The Very, Very Ripe, Very, Very, Very Tannic 2010 Vintage In Bordeaux- Miraculously, Some Great Wines Found Alive On the Battlefield.
- The Very Often Superb, Sometimes Horribly Inconsistent and Completely Unprecedented 2010 Vintage in Germany.
- Ch‚teau Mont-Redon- One Of Ch‚teauneufís Greatest Estates.
Issue 33 (May-June 2011)
- Heitz Wine Cellars- Celebrating Fifty Years of Classic Napa Excellence.
- Ch‚teau Beychevelle- Can One Of St. Julienís Finest Gems Get a Little Respect?
- Spotlight on Brunello di Montalcino- Before Signing Away the Farm on the 2006s, Consider How the 1997s and Other Recent Vintages are Aging.
- Recently Tasted California Wines- More Old School Gems.
- Vertical Report on the Beautiful RabajŠ Riserva Bottling from the Produttori del Barbaresco.
Issue 34 (July-Aug 2011)
- Joseph Swan Vineyards- Still Producing Under the Radar, Stunning and Uncompromising California Classics.
- Ch‚teau La Conseillante- Pomerolís Most Elegant Wine Celebrates One Hundred and Forty Years.
- The Annual Champagne and Sparkling Wine Report- Yes, I Believe Itís Getting Better All the Time.
- More On the Outstanding 2008 Bordeaux Vintage- Far Superior to the 2010 Vintage and A Much Better Value to Boot!
Issue 35 (Sept-Oct 2011)
- More on the 2009 Burgundy Vintage- Plus Early Snapshots of Many 2010s and A Few More Outstanding Examples from the 2008 Vintage.
- Recently Tasted Spanish Wines- In the Less Well-Known Regions, Tradition Still Reigns Supreme.
- Time In a Bottle- Checking In On the 1996 Red Burgundies at Age Fifteen.
Issue 36 (Nov-Dec 2011)
- Champagne Krug- Uncompromising Brilliance and Attention to Detail.
- The Utterly Refined 2010 Burgundy Vintage- Low Yields Deliver Snappy White Wines and Some of Historyís Most Elegant Reds.
- * Please note that this is a special, 210 page double issue.