Wine Reviews

On December 10, Dom Pérignon and online auction house Auctionata will offer five Malle Plentitude cases sure to delight Champagne connoisseurs. The minimum starting bid of $38,500 per case includes a...
The year 2016 is not only Robb Report’s 40th anniversary, it also marks the 40th anniversary of Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte. The brand was created in 1976, when New York–based French businessman...
Grand bottles—and a worthy place to store them—are the gifts any wine or spirits connoisseur would be thrilled to unwrap . Whether for tasting or collecting (or even touring), the curated selections...
“We don’t make very many of these,” confided winemaker Peter Gago as a 6-liter bottle of Penfolds Grange , Australia’s most celebrated wine, was poured into glinting decanters before the widening...
Photography by Cordero Studios Styling by Alicia Buszczak ​ Moving beyond the 750 ml bottle, celebrated vintages range from splits to Melchiors. There is an old saying that everything is better in...
Discover small‑production wines that whisper to connoisseurs and collectors. When people think of Sonoma wine, Pinot Noir comes first to mind, but the diversity of terroir makes the region suitable...
Photography by Lew Robertson Styling by Alicia Buszczak Food styling by Karen Gillingham Special thanks to Gearys of Beverly Hills Connoisseurs are relishing sweet wines in a new way by pairing them...
Thanksgiving just isn’t Thanksgiving without some sort of pie for dessert. It’s a little like not serving turkey. Of course, the sides, stuffing, and relishes can and do vary from table to table, but...
Thanksgiving is a celebration of a bountiful harvest, and food always tastes better with well-paired wines. So I have chosen six of my favorite bottles for your family (and for my own) to enjoy with...
Just in time for the holidays, British designer Timothy Oulton has created a masterpiece for the most epic of merrymaking moments. The Ultimate Bar Cabinet is no ordinary spirit store; wrapped in...
Master sommelier Ian Cauble founded SommSelect to serve collectors who are more interested in laying down wines to drink than saving them for auction. Here, Cauble shares insights on under-explored...
In its November issue , Robb Report published a piece titled “ The Death of Fine Dining ,” claiming that “fine dining…is something no one cares about anymore.” In the same article, chef Eric Ripert...
Northern Italy’s annual White Truffle Festival has been a local treat for the citizens of Alba—and all those who travel to the small town in the region of Piedmont—for years, and to celebrate the...
Ian Fleming’s suave superspy may be a work of fiction, but his personal tastes are very much drawn from the realm of fact. Most recently, he drives an Aston Martin (though Lotus, Sunbeam, and even...
The delightful indulgence of this culinary event befits its hosting city: Ultimo: Le Grand Voyage in Las Vegas is the fourth edition of the Ultimo experience, a sophisticated smorgasbord that brings...
Of all the fortified wines—that is, those that have had their fermentation halted by the addition of alcohol (usually high-proof brandy)—tawny ports are the most ubiquitous. You will find them on...
For the 25th year, Australia’s most celebrated winery, Penfolds, best known for its highly collectible Grange Shiraz, will be conducting a series of free recorking clinics for owners of Penfolds red...
For oenophiles home alone, the dichotomy of moderation versus preservation has presented quite a conundrum until the arrival of Plum —an innovative automatic wine dispenser. Developed by inventor and...
Philanthropic oenophiles are set to let their altruism pour once more during the 2017 Naples Winter Wine Festival at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort in Naples , Fla., from January 27 through 29. The...
Christie’s New York announces its Fall Wine auctions, kicking-off with two consecutive New York sales on October 20 and October 21. Magnificence in Focus will offer one of the most impressive single...
A salute to some of the esteemed organizations celebrating anniversaries alongside Robb Report .
Our editors chose their favorite trendsetting and transformational products, designs, and destinations from the last 40 years. They range from Lady Moura to the RM001 to the Seychelles’ North Island...
We recently reached out to a select group of industry leaders, sports luminaries, and film and television stars to ponder and pick the most influential and enduring luxury items and enterprises from...
Most of us succeed in mastering society’s rules—eventually. In fact, outward success is often measured by the degree to which we visibly conform to accepted standards. But some of the world’s most...
In celebration of Robb Report ’s 40th anniversary, we take a look back at some of the milestones—and mishaps—that have shaped the connoisseur’s world.
Opening of a venue unique in Champagne in the heart of the Maison de Venoge at Epernay A night within the walls of a prestigious Champagne House offering a totally unique experience has today become...
In preparation for tonight’s presidential debate between Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton, the team at Robb Report recently gathered for a debate of their own. Pitting Trump...
Champagne Duval-Leroy introduces its new range of parcels selections' cuvées, Précieuses Parcelles, "the finest expression of an exceptional terroir". While other champagne houses may value image...
Why Go: Housed in a 19th century building in the enchanted Gothic Quarter, Soho House Barcelona marries classic Catalan charm with state-of-the-art services. Set to open in October, the 57-room...
While Champagne is often the substance of a toast, it is rarely the subject—that is until glasses raise to the release of Armand de Brignac Blanc de Noirs Assemblage Two (A2), a tête de cuvée...

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