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Reviewers' Favorites 2021: Mark Squires

Mark Squires covers mostly wines in the emerging regions, so his “favorites” selections may be new to you—new grapes, new values, new wines to love. As we near the festive...

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My 2020 Wine Discoveries: Mark Squires

These are all very fine wines, but the group for this list must include the concept of discovery—not just “best of.”...

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Best of 2019: Mark Squires

Here are our reviewers' peaks of the year....

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Colheitas: The Greatest Ports We Don’t Talk Much About

Here is my thesis, the key reason for this article: Colheitas are too often underrated and undervalued (perhaps more so in the USA than in other places like, say, Portugal...

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Best of 2018: Mark Squires

Our reviewers reflect on the past year....

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Interview with Mark Squires: Keeping Score

Over the last several years, Israeli wineries have been winning more than their fair share of international recognition and awards. When visiting any of the best Israeli wineries, the recognition...

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The Thrill of Still: Eve's Cidery - 2017 Albee Hill

Though Mark Squires isn't currently reviewing ciders, he notes that this release from Eve's Cidery would get a good one....

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The Vintage Game: Why You Should (Mostly) Ignore Vintage Charts

Once past the basics, there are lots of twists and turns, few of which are accounted for by a vintage chart....

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How Wineries Survive a Changing Wine World

These days, consumers have endless choices....

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