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Alsace 2007 and 2006

By: Stephen Tanzer

Alsace’s young 2007s are pristine and vibrant wines with the intensity and structure for a long and graceful evolution in bottle. The vintage is so good at the level of the serious estates that there will even be some bargains to be found among early releases with lesser pedigree.
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Market Monitor

By: Stephen Tanzer

Recent and impending developments affecting the retail wine market:
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Focus on the Central Coast

By: Josh Raynolds

Josh Raynolds offers extensive coverage of a region whose wines continue to be hot in today’s market, led by superb pinot noirs and chardonnays from the Santa Rita Hills and some stunningly good red wines from the cooler, limestone-rich west side of Paso Robles.
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New Releases from Washington State

By: Stephen Tanzer

The moderate growing season of 2006 yielded wines with uncanny definition and complexity of flavor, and early evidence is that 2007 produced some of the freshest white wines to date from Washington. My in-depth tastings in recent months turned up a number of rising new stars.
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New Vintage Champagne Releases

By: Josh Raynolds

With Champagne prices at nosebleed levels today, you’ll need to pick your spots carefully. Let Josh Raynolds guide you to the most impressive current releases, including wines from the major houses as well as the region’s many high-quality smaller producers.
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Austria 2007: Light, Fresh and Classic

By: Peter Moser

Austrian wine expert Moser describes the 2007s as fresh and classic wines, especially where producers were able to harvest on the late side.
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