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Back Issues 2009
Issue 19 (Jan-Feb 2009)
Table of Contents of This Issue
  • Bodega López de Heredia- Rioja’s Timeless Crown Jewel.
  • The 2007 Burgundy Vintage Report- A Very, Very Fine Vintage of Forward and Sophisticated Reds and Quite Simply the Very Finest Young White Burgundies I Have Ever Tasted.

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Issue 20 (Mar-April 2009)
Table of Contents of This Issue
  • The 2006 Bordeaux Vintage- Snapshots of Some Outstanding Wines.
  • The 2008 German Vintage- Classic Wines of Cut, Charm and Elegance.
  • The Golden Age of California Cabernet- Part Three.
  • Recently Tasted Austrian Wines- Trying to Find the Magic.
  • The Unappreciated and Elegant 1998 Piemonte Vintage.
  • The 2004 Burgundy Vintage- Lovely Whites and Rather Underrated Red Wines in Need of a Bit More Bottle Age.

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Issue 21 (May-June 2009)
Table of Contents of This Issue
  • Domaine Trapet Père et Fils- Gevrey-Chambertin’s Other Historic Titan.
  • The Magic of Bottle Age Part Two- Great Old German Rieslings.
  • Noël Verset- Cornas At Its Very Finest.
  • Brilliant New Releases from Spain.
  • The Bi-Annual Champagne and Sparkling Wine Report.

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Issue 22 (July-Aug 2009)
Table of Contents of This Issue
  • The Produttori del Barbaresco- The World’s Greatest Cooperative.
  • Vieux Château Certan- Compelling and Singular Pomerol Greatness.
  • Recently Tasted White Burgundy- From 2004 back to 1915; Running the Gauntlet of Treasures from Premature Oxidation to Mature Oxidation.
  • The 2007 Port Vintage- One of the Most Elegant, Profound and Tangy Declared Vintages in a Generation.

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Issue 23 (Sept-Oct 2009)
Table of Contents of This Issue
  • The Annual Loire Valley Report- Plenty of Fine Wines Abound Amongst Current Releases from the 2008, 2007 and 2006 Vintages.
  • The Magical Musigny of Jacques-Frédéric Mugnier.
  • Sauternes’ Summers of Love- Great Vintages in 2007, 2005 and 2001 Amongst an Embarrassment of Riches in the Last Few Decades.
  • The 1996 Piemonte Vintage- Thirteen Years On and Looking Young.
  • The Champagne and Sparkling Wine Addendum- Another Round of Fashionably Late-Arriving Bubbles.
  • The Annual Beaujolais Report- Lovely New 2008s and Plenty of Blossoming 2007s Still On the Market.
  • Au Revoir To Gourmet Magazine.

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Issue 24 (Nov-Dec 2009)
Table of Contents of This Issue
  • The Superb 2008 Burgundy Vintage- Already in the Shadow of 2009?
  • Taylor-Fladgate’s Wonderful Quinta de Vargellas.
  • The Magical Maps of the Piemonte Vineyards of Alessandro Masnaghetti.

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