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2010 Red Burgundies

By: Stephen Tanzer

Two thousand ten is the best vintage for Burgundy's red wines that this critic has tasted in a quarter-century.  The vintage's many successful bottlings have all the elements to be cellar classics.  My coverage of the finished 2010s may make you weep--when you see their prices.
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The Best New Wines from Central Italy

By: Ian D'Agata

Central Italy is the source of a staggering range of red and white wines from local varieties, and Ian D'Agata has reviewed most of them in his latest report, one of the most comprehensive articles on this region yet published in the English language.  Consumers with a taste for adventure will have a field day with these wines.
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2011 and 2010 Northern Rhone Wines

By: Josh Raynolds

Josh Raynolds provides in-the-bottle ratings on the great 2010 vintage in the northern Rhone Valley.  The vintage, according to Raynolds, produced wines for the long haul.  His annual feature on the northern Rhone also includes in-depth coverage of the lighter, fruitier and often-underestimated 2011s, which will be at their best while you're waiting for the monumental 2010s to approach maturity.
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New Releases from Argentina

By: Stephen Tanzer

Argentina has enjoyed a string of cooler vintages that yielded unusually vibrant red and white wines with clear varietal intensity, generally manageable alcohol levels, sound acidity and noteworthy flavor impact.  Best of all, the country continues to flood the U.S. market with extraordinary values in malbec and other reds.
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