Top 10 wines in the US press

Wines from all over the world have featured in the US press during the last week.

A review of some of the wines that have featured in the US press over the last weekIn the Los Angeles Times, S Irene Virbila says the 2009 Dierberg Chardonnay has “a bright acidity that sends you back to the glass for another sip”.

At Bloomberg John Mariani has enjoyed the change of season and the early autumn robust reds that have come with it. He said: “A fine brisk autumn is upon us and thoughts turn from cold white summer wines to robust red wines that go with the stews, braised meats, and roast chicken whose pots and pans were put away in May.”

But it is not all about autumnal reds as Gregory Dal Piaz from the Huffington Post enjoys some bubbly, saying, “I prefer Prosecco and more specifically Prosecco frizzante, which is super gently carbonated. This more gentle carbonation makes the wines easy to drink.”

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