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The Wine Advocate 2015 Editorial Calendar* Revised January 19, 2015

Issue/
Reviewer
217
End of February
218
End of April
219
End of June
220
End of August
221
End of October
222
End of December
Robert Parker


- Bordeaux 2014 (en primeur)

- Bordeaux 2012

- Napa Valley

- Sonoma 

Neal Martin

- Oregon (Interim Report, posting on eRP.com at the end of March)
- Burgundy: Comte de Vogüé
- Burgundy: Up From the Cellar

- Sauternes 2014 (en primeur)
- Burgundy: Up From the Cellar

- Beaujolais
- Burgundy: Up From the Cellar

     
Stephan Reinhardt

- Austria: Wachau Smaragd Rieslings and Veltliners 2013
- Switzerland: Chasselas
- Germany: Mosel Highlights of the 2013 vintage (and 2014 preview)

- Loire: Current releases of mature Muscadets
- Raising treasures: Finest Pinot Noirs from the Sancerrois and the Côte de Champenoise

-Germany: Searching a Classic... O Kabinett, Where Art Thou? (Kabinett trocken and off-dry up to 30 g/l RS – mostly Mosel, Mittelrhein, Nahe & Rheingau)
- Austria: Austria goes red: Top Blaufränkisch

- Alsace: Top Rieslings 2013/14
- Germany: The nouvelle Vague: Grosses Gewaechs Riesling 2014 + Spätlese counterparts
- Austria: Riesling and Veltliners 2014

- Champagne:
Exploring the niches: Single Vineyard Champagnes
- Noble sweet wines from Austria, Germany and the Loire


Mark Squires

- Portugal (table wines): follow-up to 2012 Tinto reports in Issue 216, and more
- Port article: LBV Splendor, focusing on current release LBVs and also comparing current to some older releases.
- Misc releases in other regions, including Greece, Bulgaria and Israel

- Summer Beginnings (and more) in Greece
- Follow ups to new 2012 releases and more for Portugal
- Misc. Releases in other regions

- Greece, Summer offerings, and More
- Portugal, New Releases, including but not limited to Vinhos Verdes and Summer whites
- Misc Releases in other regions

- Misc Releases in other regions

   
Jeb Dunnuck

- 2004 Northern Rhone,
- 2005 Chateauneuf du Pape
- 2005 Gigondas
- 2005 Vacqueyras

- Languedoc & Roussillon

- Washington State 2012s and 2013s

- California's Central Coast

- Southern Rhone 2013 & 2014s

- Northern Rhone 2013s & 2014

Monica Larner

-Brunello di Montalcino (plus extra Tuscany)
- Sicily
- Part 2: Amarone, Valpolicella, Ripasso & Soave

Southern and Central Italy:
- Campania
- Basilicata
- Calabria
- Molise
- Abruzzo
- Marche
- Lazio
- Umbria
- Emilia-Romgana

Piedmont:
- Barolo
- Barbaresco
- Roero
- Barbera/Dolcetto

Northern Whites:
- Friuli Venezia Giulia
- Alto Adige
- Trentino
- Liguria
- Valle d'Aosta
- Valtellina
- Franciacorta

Tuscany:
- Chianti Classico
- Vino Nobile
- San Gimignano
- Bolgheri

The Islands:
- Sicily
- Sardinia

Luis Gutierrez

- Central Spain
- The South East
- Bits & Pieces

- Rioja

- Priorat
- Cava
- The Rest of Cataluña

-Argentina

- Ribera del Duero
- Toro
- The Duero - influenced regions

- Chile

Lisa Perrotti-Brown

- Australia: Victoria & Tasmania

- South Australia: Barossa Valley & Eden Valley
- South Australia: Adelaide Hills

- South Australia: McLaren Vale / Fleurieu
- South Australia: Clare Valley

- South Australia: Coonawarra / Limestone Coast
- Australia's New South Wales

- Western Australia

- New Zealand

* This Calendar is an estimate. The contents of the actual publications and timing of the reports may differ due to editorial considerations and/or unforeseen circumstances.


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