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A Tuscan Oil Year to Celebrate

We Mark our 20th Anniversary of Great RWC Tuscan Olive Oils with the Superb 2015s A Tuscan Oil Year to Celebrate
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Piedmont’s Hidden Jewel

Why the Produttori’s regular Barbaresco should become Piedmont’s next essential collectible. Piedmont’s Hidden Jewel
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Rhône Historian: Jean-Paul Jamet

A one-on-one chat with Côte Rôtie's ever-thoughtful Jean-Paul Jamet. Rhône Historian: Jean-Paul Jamet
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RWC Interviews: René Rostaing

RWC talks with René Rostaing about winemaking in Côte Rôtie, both now and during the time of his legendary uncle, Marius Gentaz, and father in-law, Albert Dervieux. RWC Interviews: René Rostaing
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A Half-Century of Vallana Wines in NYC

A dinner celebrating the wines of Cantina Vallana in New York City with special guests. A Half-Century of Vallana Wines in NYC
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Interview of a Piedmont Great: Aldo Vacca

Piedmont great Aldo Vacca on the Produttori, Angelo Gaja, and the past, present and future of Barbaresco. Interview of a Piedmont Great: Aldo Vacca
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A Sherry Primer

Information on Sherry, including varietals, soleras, and types. A Sherry Primer
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A Rioja Icon Has Passed Away

The sad news out of Spain today is that Don Pedro López de Heredia passed away this weekend. A Rioja Icon Has Passed Away
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The Genius of Noël Verset

Reflections on RWC’s retrospective of Noël Verset Cornas from 1985 to 2006. The Genius of Noël Verset
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Selosse & Valdespino: When Anselme Met Eduardo

A meeting of two great RWC winemakers: Anselme Selosse and Valdespino’s Eduardo Ojeda. Selosse & Valdespino: When Anselme Met Eduardo
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Peter Liem on Selosse & Valdespino

Peter Liem on the connection between Selosse & Valdespino, as well as Selosse's foray into fortified wine. Peter Liem on Selosse & Valdespino
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Selosse Cellar Theft

Thirty-nine hundred bottles of Jacques Selosse Champagne have been stolen from Selosse's cellar.
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The Golden Age of Côte Rôtie and Cornas

Mannie Berk talks about an epic tasting celebrating four icons of classic winemaking in the Northern Rhône. The Golden Age of Côte Rôtie and Cornas
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Aging Old Champagne

Old Champagne has an opulence and persistence of flavor that young Champagne can only hint at. Aging Old Champagne
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The John Cossart Collection

The late John Cossart left behind a priceless collection of old Madeiras as his family’s legacy. The John Cossart Collection
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RWC Newsletter Celebrates 300th Issue

Our newsletter celebrates its 300th issue.
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Notes from Spain: 2011

A recent trip to Spain offers plenty of chances to assess the impressive 2009s and the young 2010s. Notes from Spain: 2011
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Special Club Champagne

In 1971, some of Champagne's best growers joined to create the prestigious Special Club cuvées. Special Club Champagne
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Madeira Wine

Mannie Berk writes about Madeira's stature as a wine of time & place.
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The Game Changer 

2010 was the year that Madeira finally dusted itself off, recapturing some of the lofty prestige it enjoyed two centuries ago. The Game Changer
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Historic Vineyards Society

California's oldest vineyards are finally being recognized for the viticultural treasures they are. Historic Vineyards Society
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Madeira & Food: An Old Frontier

Exploration by chefs and writers triggers a growing appreciation of Madeira as food wine. Madeira & Food: An Old Frontier
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Homage to a Madeira Great

The 25th anniversary of Mario Barbeito's death was an opportunity to honor his imagination and courage. Homage to a Madeira Great
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Notes From Spain: 2009

Blake Murdock reports from his visits to our producers' bodegas, as well as several culinary diversions along the way. Notes From Spain: 2009
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Transcending Category

The Rare Wine Co. is honored to have been appointed the exclusive US agent for Huet and Királyudvar. Transcending Category
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Haiti & Madeira Benefits

The remarkable generosity of Eleven Madison Park and Acquerello sets the tone for two charitable evenings. Haiti & Madeira Benefits
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Madeira Struck by Devastating Floods

The greatest floods in 207 years strike an important wine-producing island. Madeira Struck by Devastating Floods
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The Pursuit of Minerality

With the emergence of Jean-Philippe Fichet, Roulot is no longer necessarily the clear leader in Meursault. The Pursuit of Minerality
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Endangered Wine

The purchasing decisions of the modern-day consumer offer the best hope that typicity and tradition can survive in the Northern Rhône. Endangered Wine
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Descended From Giants

Giacomo Conterno’s Epic 2002 Monfortino. Descended From Giants
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Old Barolo: A Teachable Moment

A parade of legendary old Barolos transform and blossom after hours of exposure to air. Old Barolo: A Teachable Moment
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Rain and Money

A discussion of the effects of mother nature and capitalism on Madeira's oldest vineyards.
Rain and Money
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Using Power For Good

Peter Sisseck’s newest cuvee, Psi, pays back the Ribera by teaching local growers organic and biodynamic viticulture. Using Power For Good
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Precious Cargo

It’s not often, if ever, that you see this many cases of Guigal's single vineyard "LaLa's" in one place. Precious Cargo
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Prologue to a Tasting

Like a vinous Howard Carter, Greg recounts his experience opening and decanting all the bottles for the Leacock Madeira Tasting.
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Intellectual Journey

With subtle changes in Bierzo and Priorat, Alvaro Palacios leads by example in his quest for purity and expression. Intellectual Journey
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Rivers-Marie and The True

Developments in a western subsection of the Sonoma Coast AVA signal the start of exciting times for Pinot lovers. Rivers-Marie and The True
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Out of the Wilderness

Mannie Berk talks about his first visit to Anselme Selosse’s cellar. Out of the Wilderness
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America’s First Wine

The founding fathers may have later learned to love Champagne, Claret, and Sauternes, but in 1776 they drank Madeira. America’s First Wine
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Reflections on 20 Years

A look back at the events since our founding can either be entertaining or depressing, depending on your point of view.
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Notes from the Leacock Family Madeira Tastings

Notes from guests at two June 2009 Madeira tastings. Notes from the Leacock Family Madeira Tastings
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The True (Sonoma Coast)

If California will someday capture the magic of Burgundy, the secret may lay near the sea in Sonoma.
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The Langhe’s Old School

Renewed reverence for Piedmont’s Old School gives us hope for traditional winemaking’s survival. The Langhe’s Old School
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Care of Old Wine

A mature wine can be simply magical—here are some steps to allow the wine to show at its best. Care of Old Wine
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Vintage Madeira

Our introduction to one of the world’s most majestic wines. Vintage Madeira
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Meursault’s Jean-Philippe Fichet

Jean-Philippe discusses his Bourgogne Blanc V.V. and why he works his soils. Meursault’s Jean-Philippe Fichet
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The Soul of Côte Rôtie: René Rostaing

René Rostaing explains Côte Rôtie’s noble terroirs. The Soul of Côte Rôtie: René Rostaing
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Produttori del Barbaresco

An interview with Aldo Vacca on the history and philosophy of this Barbaresco icon. Produttori del Barbaresco
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The Lieux Dits of Anselme Selosse

Anselme Selosse is trying to define Champagne's terroirs with his new, Lieux Dits wines. The Lieux Dits of Anselme Selosse

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