Liberty-090702-04-view-from-above_big As part of our global tour of Matter of Taste events exclusively for RobertParker. com members, Robert Parker Wine Advocate will be hosting a wine-filled day of fun on Saturday, 20th February at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel at Columbus Circle in New York City. ... read more >
MoT banner Matter of Taste comes to New York City on February 20th, 2016. A wine lover’s dream, as well as the best way to seriously ramp up your wine expertise in one afternoon, this is the one wine event you don’t want to miss! Click here to book your ticket $120 for eRobertParker.com members and $180 for non-members which includes a ... read more >
Erin Scala What’s your latest wine discovery – new region, variety or style?  “Waitaki Valley! It's awesome!  This new region in New Zealand has limestone soils and the rieslings and pinots that come from here are pretty profound; try Valli Waitaki Pinot Noir or Ostler Waitaki Riesling.”                                     Erin Scala, Head Sommelier at Musket Room, New York ... read more >
chris "I was back home in Melbourne, Australia recently and dined at Cumulus Up which is the wine bar above Cumulus restaurant. Unpretentious knowledgeable service and perfectly executed food that were great pairings to what we were drinking. I love the food and wine scene in Melbourne."  Sommelier Chris McPherson ... read more >
Circa-1930 tourists peer out of the Statue of Liberty's crown at a photographer on the torch, which has been closed to the public since a 1916 explosion on a nearby island. From the flame's tip to the ground is 305 feet (93 meters). Photo from National Geographic The Wandering Palate is off to New York and has been asking a few likeminded Wandering types where they like to eat and hang out in the Big Apple. ... read more >
Champagne Thierry Triolet One of the world’s leading authorities on Champagne, Peter Liem, is conducting a tasting in New York, at Matsuri Restaurant, The Maritime Hotel, that will involve a discussion of the role of terroir in Champagne, illustrated by a tasting of three producers from very different areas: José Michel in the Coteaux Sud d'Epernay, Thierry Triolet in the Sézanne, and R. ... read more >
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Dom Perignon Champagne This incredible Champagne collection spans more than three decades and includes well over a hundred of the best bubblies produced between 1979 and 2002. Among the many highlights are multiple vintages of Krug and Krug Clos du Mesnil, ten vintages of Dom Perignon, plus a horizontal of the great 1996s from Billecart Salmon! ... read more >