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Antonio Galloni exits WA

Postby Dale Williams » Tue Feb 12, 2013 9:07 pm

http://www.drvino.com/2013/02/12/antoni ... -advocate/

On another board, someone posted a tweet by Lyle Fass, priceless:
David Schildknecht is next but he is writing his 200 page resignation letter so it will take time.
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Re: Antonio Galloni exits WA

Postby David M. Bueker » Tue Feb 12, 2013 10:23 pm

200 pages? That's Schildknecht's executive summary.
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Re: Antonio Galloni exits WA

Postby Tim York » Wed Feb 13, 2013 4:38 am

"the publication seems to be at a low. The Ralph Nadir of wine criticism?"

LOL :lol: :lol:
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Re: Antonio Galloni exits WA

Postby Ryan M » Wed Feb 13, 2013 1:43 pm

Hey, with WA starting to collapse, maybe we'll get back Niel Martin as an indepedent too? Viva Wine Journal!
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Re: Antonio Galloni exits WA

Postby Dale Williams » Wed Feb 13, 2013 2:22 pm

Wow, I think now someone could spend about 3 grand a year just on subscriptions (I've certainly forgotten some, tried to just do English language)!

Magazines
Wine Spectator
Wine Enthusiast
Decanfer
World of Fine Wine
Sommelier Journal

Mutli-Reviewer Wine Newsletters
Wine Advocate
IWC (Tanzer)
International Wine Report

Subscription Individual Reviewes/Specialists
Jancis Robinson
Suckling
Burghound (Meadows)
View from the Cellar (Gilman)
Rhone Report (Dunnick)
James Halliday
Pinot Report
For the Love of Port (Hirsch)
Champagne Warrior (Baker)
Champagne Guide (Liem)
The Wine Doctor (Kissack) (going paid subscription)
Antonio Galloni

Not sure if Clive Coates, Oz Clarke,. Hugh Johnson have paid access newsletters or merely books
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Re: Antonio Galloni exits WA

Postby Mark Lipton » Wed Feb 13, 2013 5:53 pm

Dale Williams wrote:Wow, I think now someone could spend about 3 grand a year just on subscriptions (I've certainly forgotten some, tried to just do English language)!

Magazines
Wine Spectator
Wine Enthusiast
Decanfer
World of Fine Wine
Sommelier Journal

Mutli-Reviewer Wine Newsletters
Wine Advocate
IWC (Tanzer)
International Wine Report

Subscription Individual Reviewes/Specialists
Jancis Robinson
Suckling
Burghound (Meadows)
View from the Cellar (Gilman)
Rhone Report (Dunnick)
James Halliday
Pinot Report
For the Love of Port (Hirsch)
Champagne Warrior (Baker)
Champagne Guide (Liem)
The Wine Doctor (Kissack) (going paid subscription)
Antonio Galloni

Not sure if Clive Coates, Oz Clarke,. Hugh Johnson have paid access newsletters or merely books


There's also JLL's website, drinkrhone.com, which is at least partially subscription-based.

ETA: Also Claude Kolm's Fine Wine Review

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Re: Antonio Galloni exits WA

Postby Brian Gilp » Wed Feb 13, 2013 9:00 pm

Mark Lipton wrote:
Dale Williams wrote:Wow, I think now someone could spend about 3 grand a year just on subscriptions (I've certainly forgotten some, tried to just do English language)!

Magazines
Wine Spectator
Wine Enthusiast
Decanfer
World of Fine Wine
Sommelier Journal

Mutli-Reviewer Wine Newsletters
Wine Advocate
IWC (Tanzer)
International Wine Report

Subscription Individual Reviewes/Specialists
Jancis Robinson
Suckling
Burghound (Meadows)
View from the Cellar (Gilman)
Rhone Report (Dunnick)
James Halliday
Pinot Report
For the Love of Port (Hirsch)
Champagne Warrior (Baker)
Champagne Guide (Liem)
The Wine Doctor (Kissack) (going paid subscription)
Antonio Galloni

Not sure if Clive Coates, Oz Clarke,. Hugh Johnson have paid access newsletters or merely books


There's also JLL's website, drinkrhone.com, which is at least partially subscription-based.

Mark Lipton


And while I read it for the articles and not the wine reviews there is also Wine & Spirits.
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