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Wine Spectator columnist Matt Kramer shines a light on a few of the wine and restaurant industries' secrets, like the fact that you're likely paying for the whole bottle when you order wine by the glass.
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Great job of articulating the cost differences between a few hundred bones and tens of thousands of dollars.
These are not exactly "Value Buys", but a great list, nonetheless.
The director of Chateau d'Yquem, Pierre Lurton, has said he will not be releasing the 2011 vintage en primeur at this time.
Forget about grapes, varietals, regions, "good years," and such. Forget about the input of so-called "wine experts" as well. You know you're going to pick a wine based mostly on the label.
Holding back your Robert Parker 100 point vintages from your customers is surely a way to infuriate your most ardent loyalists.
A short-sighted decision by the winemakers at Schrader to auction their own wines rather than offer them to customers on their waiting list.
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