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Back Issues 2017
Issue 67 Jan-Feb 2017
Table of Contents of This Issue
  • Round Two From Kalin Cellars- America’s Great Iconoclast Traditionalist.
  • Château Musar- Lebanon’s Trailblazing Icon and the World’s Most Heroic Wine.
  • Recently-Tasted Wines From the Mâconnais and Côte Chalonnaise.
  • The Stunning 1978 Vintage of California Cabernet Sauvignon- Nearly Forty Years Out and At the Peak of Its Powers.
  • The Loire Valley- Another Slice of the Fine 2015 Vintage and Lots of Old Chinon.
  • Spain and Portugal- New Releases and Plenty of Mature Wines.
  • Richard Olney’s Extraordinary Life In Wine and Haute Cuisine.


Issue 68 March-April 2017
Table of Contents of This Issue
  • Gérard Boulay- Chavignol’s Unsung Star For Very Long-Lived and Beautiful Sancerre.
  • An Evening of 2004 Baroli With Tom Hyland at La Pizza Fresca.
  • The Foucault Family’s Clos Rougeard- Is the First Growth In Saumur-Champigny Ready To Change Hands After Eight Generations?
  • The Legendary 1959 Bordeaux Vintage- Ripe, Classic and Timeless.
  • A Taste For Campania’s Beautiful and Ageworthy White Wines.
  • Domaine des Billards’ Old Vine Clos des Billards- Saint Amour For the Ages.
  • Another Nod To the Maestro of Piemonte- Bruno Giacosa In the Autumn of a Great Career.
  • Part Two of the Annual Spanish and Portuguese Wine Report.


Issue 69 May-June 2017
Table of Contents of This Issue
  • Cathy Corison’s Understated and Utterly Refined Rutherford Bench Cabernets.
  • The Annual Great Old Red Burgundy Report (1985 to 1917).
  • François Cotat’s Superb, Old School and Very Long-Lived Sancerre- As Well As the Finest Sancerre Rosé In the World.
  • Recently-Tasted Rhône Wines, With Special Attention Paid to Côte-Rôtie.
  • The 2015 Burgundies From Domaine de Clos de la Chapelle.
  • The 2016 Vintage From Vouvray Icon Domaine Huët.
  • The Bi-Annual Champagne Report.
  • Some Superb Wines From the South of France.


Issue 70 July-Aug 2017
Table of Contents of This Issue
  • Domaine Drouhin in Oregon Celebrates Thirty Years Of Superb Wines.
  • Complete Champagne Jacquesson “700 Series” Vertical Tasting.
  • Mature and Maturing White Burgundies In the Bottle.
  • Visiting a Fine Handful of Wineries In the Willamette Valley and Other Recently-Tasted Oregon Wines.
  • A Look At the Evolution Of the Refined and Very Underrated 1971 Clarets.
  • The Bi-Annual North American Neo-Classicists and Old Guard Report.


Issue 71 Sept-Oct 2017
Table of Contents of This Issue
  • Domaine Hubert et Laurent Lignier’s Superb, Classically-Styled Red Burgundies.
  • Château Latour- The Médoc’s Longest-Lived First Growth.
  • A First Look At the Excellent 2016 Beaujolais Vintage and More Late-Released 2015s.
  • The Legendary 1974 Vintage in California- The Cabernets and A Few Zins Drinking Very, Very Well At Age Forty-Three.
  • Domaine Ferret’s 2015 Bottlings of Pouilly-Fuissé.
  • The Bi-Annual Champagne Report- Getting Caught Up On More Great Wines.
  • Saumur’s Star, Clos Rougeard, Also Makes Superb White Wines.


Issue 72 Nov-Dec 2017
Table of Contents of This Issue
  • Klaus-Peter Keller’s Marvelous 2016ers.
  • The Outstanding 2016ers from Weingut Willi Schaefer. The Excellent 2016 Burgundies- Severe Frost Damage and Some Variation Does Not Put the Damper On a Very, Very High-Quality Vintage.
  • A Bit Of Champagne Tasting For the End Of the Year.