Wine Spectator November 30th 2015

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  • Counterfeit Confidential - As the wine world becomes increasingly globalized, fraud is on the rise, with criminals around the world profiting by deceiving consumers. At the same time, scientists, experts, law enforcement officials and winemakers themselves are rushing to stem the tide of fake Fakes Go Global - Convicted counterfeiter Rudy Kurniawan may have drawn renewed attention to wine fraud, but his crimes are only the tip of the iceberg Catching Kurniawan - The inside story of how law enforcement brought down America’s most notorious rare-wine forger The Authenticator - Maureen Downey uses expertise and technology to expose fraudulent wines
  • Rising to the Challenge - Rhône Valley vintners battled one of France's most difficult vintages in recent memory to deliver memorable wines from 2013
  • A Relaxed Affair - Chef Julian Serrano presents an elegant holiday menu, matched with wines, that lets you spend time with your guests
  • Catalan Calling - France's Roussillon is drawing international producers to its world-class terroir
  • 2012 California Merlot - The wines of 2012 offer plush flavors and rich fruit
  • Gavin Newsom Balances Wine and Politics in California - Gavin Newsom is not afraid to take chances, whether in wine or politics
  • Nassau's Stately Graycliff; the Famed Chicago Athletic Association Hotel; Luxury Refurb in Cape Town
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