Top 10 wines in the US Press

We round up the top 10 wines featured in the US press in the past week

This week, Eric Pfanner in the International Herald Tribune visits the south of France, and sings its praises: “Roussillon has no grand cru or premier cru designations to distinguish its greatest wines; the atmosphere is egalitarian rather than aristocratic.”

Katie Kelly Bell in celebrates “Cabernet Day” with a range of worldwide selections of the grape, while Jon Bonné flies the flag for Washington State reds in the San Francisco Chronicle, saying “what brought a smile to my face is how good things have gotten not only at the top end, but among some of the ambitious little guys”.

Meanwhile, Lettie Teague in the Wall Street Journal asks: “What happened to New Zealand Pinot Noir?”

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