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The Wine Spectator
Politic, cautious, and meticulous;
Useful for harvest reports and other news about the wine industry. The reviews are something else. You'll laugh. You'll cry. You definitely won't learn anything about wine. Sometimes I wonder if they don't use a random review generator that just selects from an adjective database: This wine has (leather, smoky, earth) overtones with a hint of (vanilla, cassis, lint remover)...and merits a (90,91,92,94) point score.
Full of high sentence, but a bit obtuse;
At times, indeed, almost ridiculous —
Almost, at times, the Fool.
2/9/99 Wine Spectator Award-Winning Restaurant in Hawaii Closes
Mark Squire's E-Zine
I frequent this site for its meticulous reviews and quite popular Wine Discussion Forum. Squire's is unlike Parker in that he actually drinks the stuff. He explains how the wines develop after they are opened and reviews a large and broad selection. The site also has a nice discussion forum where experts and amateurs trade valuable information on all the key wine subjects.
Check it out.
Yak Shaya's Burgundy Page
One of the early sites. Now stopped, but a bit of web history.
Robert Parker's Vintage Chart *
Wine Enthusiast Mag's Vintage Chart *
Wine on the Web's Vintage Charts *
Wine Spectator's Vintage Charts