Wine Spectator December 31st 2015

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  • The wines our editors found among the most interesting in 2015 are a diverse group—ranging from emerging labels and regions to traditional estates exploring new directions—but all generated excitement.
  • The Top 100 - Bringing together exceptional bottles from across the winemaking world, our editors' list of the year’s most exciting wines emphasizes distinctive terroirs, diverse styles, impressive value and stellar quality
  • Washington's Diversity - Known for powerful Cabernets and Syrahs, the state is trying its hand at Malbec and Chardonnay, with impressive results
  • 10 to Watch in Washington Malbec Matures - Argentinian winemakers seek new terroirs for their centerpiece red varietal
  • The New York Wine Experience - Wine lovers from across the world converge on Manhattan for Wine Spectator's annual exultation of wine culture
  • 100 Values - Find affordable bottlings across six categories: light and rich whites, elegant and big reds, rosé and sparkling
  • Celebrate at Grand Award–Winning Restaurants - Find restaurants with great wine lists in our Restaurant Search. With more than 3,600 award winners for 2015, pick the perfect dining spot by location, award level, wine strengths, cuisine type and more.
  • 2005 California Cabernet - In a challenging vintage, seasoned vintners came through with sumptuous wines
  • Margaret Rens' Bordeaux château - A Dutch expat embraces the old and the new in a Bordeaux château
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