Wine Spectator December 15th 2015

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  • Turning Cristal Into Gold - A favorite of royalty and celebrities for more than a century, Louis Roederer is one of the last major Champagne houses to remain 100 percent family owned. Under the guidance of former and current CEOs Jean-Claude Rouzaud and his son Frédéric, the brand has maintained its status as a symbol of luxury and quality while expanding its holdings to cement itself as a leader in the modern wine world A Federation of Artisans - From California to Portugal to Bordeaux, the Roederer Group's 11 wine estates offer diverse styles from distinctive terroirs
  • Bubbling Over - Champagne may be the world’s leading sparkling wine region, but it isn’t resting on its laurels. Producers are pushing ahead with innovative new bottlings and vineyard sources Alphabetical Guide to Champagne Austrian Ambition - A new generation of winemakers is taking the reins in the Danube River valley, producing vivid whites from Grüner Veltliner and Riesling
  • Destination Vancouver - This Pacific Northwest hub offers spectacular natural vistas in addition to world-class dining, drinking and accommodations
  • Skin in the Game - With his Failla label, winemaker Ehren Jordan is carving out his own niche in California
  • California Petite Sirah - Despite challenges, California Petite Sirah is gaining acreage and winning fans California's Petit Sirah Tasting
  • A Top View in Tokyo; Olive Picking in Turkey
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