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Back Issues 2012
Issue 37 (Jan-Feb 2012)
Table of Contents of This Issue
  • Château Figeac- Another of St. Émilion’s Great Traditionalist Estates.
  • Off the Beaten Path in Italy- Great Wines Not From the Usual Suspects.
  • Back To Beaujolais- Great Classic 2010s Follow Up the Powerful 2009s.
  • The Annual Loire Valley Report- Recently-released 2010s and Much More.
  • Marcarini’s Brilliant Baroli- How Can Wines This Good Stay Under the Radar?


Issue 38 (March-April 2012)
Table of Contents of This Issue
  • The 2011ers from Germany- Stepping Back From the High-wire Act of 2010.
  • The 2011 Bordeaux Vintage- Another Drought Year Produces Very Uneven Quality, But With Some Startling Successes.
  • Another Round of Great 2010 Burgundies- Red and White Magic.


Issue 39 (May-June 2012)
Table of Contents of This Issue
  • The Domaine des Comtes Lafon- A Journey Back to Meursault Classicism, Championing the Mâconnais, Beautiful Volnays and So Much More.
  • Château Ducru-Beaucaillou- A Passion For Modern Art and Classical Claret.
  • More Superb Old German Wines- Riesling Magic in the Fullness of Time.
  • Revisiting the Glorious 1978 Vintage in Piemonte.
  • Another Handful of 1996 Red Burgundies.


Issue 40 (July-Aug 2012)
Table of Contents of This Issue
  • The Annual Champagne and Sparkling Wine Report- Visits to Four Grandes Marques and the Usual Round-Up of Great Grower Bubbly.
  • Handicapping the 1989 and 1990 Bordeaux Vintages- One Towers Over the Other As The Two Vintages Move Into Their Twenties.
  • The Spanish Artisan Wine Group- Exciting New Discoveries From Iberia.
  • Great Old Red Burgundies Tasted in Recent Times.
  • Requiem for Château Magdelaine.


Issue 41 (Sept-Oct 2012)
Table of Contents of This Issue
  • The Great Ungrafted Vines of Quinta do Noval’s Nacional.
  • A Fall From Grace- Pessac-Léognan’ s Château Pape Clément.
  • Homage to Catalonia- Great Things Stirring in the Northern Reaches of Spain.
  • The Absolutely Superb and Fairly Tannic 2011 Vintage In Beaujolais.
  • A Vertical Report on Robert Mondavi’s Cabernet Sauvignon.


Issue 42 (Nov-Dec 2012)
Table of Contents of This Issue
  • The Extremely Elegant, Low Octane and Unquestionably Outstanding 2011 Vintage in Burgundy.