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This week the N.Y. Post declared chicken parmesan "NYC’s aphrodisiac of choice." We don't know about all that, but we do know that chef @NancySilverton of @OsteriaMozza gave us this divine recipe for Fairy Tale Eggplant Parmigiana that no one can resist. Get it at our link in bio! | 📸: @AndreaDAgosto
The 2019 Wine of the Year has been revealed! This classic red comes from an incredible vintage, has a world-class pedigree, and costs far less than many of its competitors—read all about it, and the family that makes it, at our link in bio!
The Wine of the Year announcement is one day away! Today we've revealed 2019's No. 4, No. 3 and No. 2 wines—read all about them at our link in bio!
We're getting closer to Friday's Wine of the Year announcement! Today we reveal No. 6 and No. 5: One of them is the first of its kind to ever appear in our Top 10, and the other represents one of the best vintages in memory in its region. Read all about them at our link in bio!
The Top 10 Wines of the Year countdown continues! No. 8 and No. 7 represent two of the world's most revered regions for wine. Read all about them at our link in bio!
The Wine of the Year countdown is on! Wines No. 10 and No. 9 are both New World reds with serious pedigrees. Read all about them at our link in bio! And don't forget to enter our sweepstakes for a chance to win the Top 10 Wines of 2018!
TGIQuiz Night! Test your knowledge with our Cabernet Melee quiz, at our link in bio! | 📸: Olaf Beckman
The #KincadeFire has finally been contained. Nearly all of Alexander Valley's vineyards survived, and Sonoma County's resilient residents are anxious to get back to the 2019 vintage and welcome fall visitors. Read our complete coverage of the aftermath at our link in bio. | 📸: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
Can you name this legendary Napa Merlot vineyard, where Wine Spectator's 2017 Wine of the Year was grown? Get scores for the latest vintage of this and more than 125 other California Merlots, in our Nov. 30 issue, or free at our link in bio! | 📸: Nat & Cody
Charred grapes hang on a vine near the burned home of @JacksonFamilyWines' @JuliaKJackson in the wake of Sonoma's ongoing #KincadeFire, which has now scorched more than 66,000 acres. Dangerous wind conditions are expected to return tomorrow—find our continuing coverage at our link in bio. | 📸: Scott Strazzante/San Francisco Chronicle/Polaris
Vineyards and wineries in California's Alexander Valley remain threatened by the Kincade fire, which has burned more than 20,000 acres in Sonoma County since Wednesday night. Continuing coverage at our link in bio. | 📸: JOSH EDELSON/AFP via Getty Images
The Kincade fire in Sonoma County has scorched more than 21,000 acres since last night. Check our link in bio for updates to this breaking news story as more information comes in. | 📸: JOSH EDELSON/AFP via Getty Images
Ever wonder why Wine Spectator's editors review each wine blind? Read all about our blind-tasting procedures at our link in bio!
Repost from @wsrestaurantawards: Feast your eyes on this 16,000-bottle #wine cellar at Le Petit Restaurant, a Best of Award of Excellence winner in Cogne, Italy! To discover more #WSRestaurantAward–winning destinations, from around the world to around the corner, tap the link in our bio. | 📸: Courtesy of Le Petit Restaurant.