Top 10 wines in the US press

The Wall Street Journal’s Will Lyons picks a wine, which he says is “Chardonnay in its highest expression”, and a Pinot Noir that is “a joy to taste”.

The top 10 wines in the US pressLyons also sets out some of his new year resolutions and admits that he must “suspend judgment” on wines and taste what is inside the bottle rather than what is on the label. He wrote: “Keeping an open mind is as important as evading the common cold.”

In the Seattle Times Paul Gregutt recommends his readers take a look at rosé as an option for winter drinking. He says: “Perhaps you just don’t feel like meeting the challenge of that massive red wine sporting alcohol at 15 or 16 percent. Rosé meets your need for red – OK, reddish – wine without putting your liver through the ringer.”

Find out which wines these two writers, plus others across the US press have recommended this week.

One Response to “Top 10 wines in the US press”

  1. Rboushey says:

    Cougar Crest is a Washington State wine

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