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Robert Parker

  1. retirement
    Robert Parker Has Rated His Last Big, Boozy BordeauxHe’s been an industry tastemaker, if a controversial one, for decades.
  2. Oeno-File
    The Wine Advocate Suing Departing Critic Antonio GalloniMore juicy wine-world gossip!
  3. Oeno-File
    Robert Parker Protégé Antonio Galloni Leaves The Wine AdvocateHe’s launching a bloglike thing that will bear his name.
  4. Big News
    Oaky: Robert Parker Leaves The Wine Advocate Big changes for essentially the world’s biggest wine influencer.
  5. Oeno-File
    Jay Miller Steps Down From Wine Advocate, Insists It’s Not AboutHe claims the departure was already planned before recent allegations came to light.
  6. Oeno-File
    Americans Now Love Wine and Beer Just the Same; 200-Year-Old Bottle of SauternesAlso, a Bay Area native moved to Burgundy and became a winemaker in no time flat.
  7. Oeno-File
    Italian Winery Markets a Ladies’ Wine Like Perfume; Robert Parker ThinksAlso, the notion that climate change is driving up alcohol levels in American wine is a crock.
  8. Oeno-File
    Robert Parker Wishes He Could Play Guitar; ‘Petrol’ in Riesling IsAlso, Vinho Verde isn’t actually green.
  9. Oeno-File
    Robert Parker Anoints the 2010 Bordeaux; Americans Buy American When It Comes toPlus: Château Pétrus pushes the cheap stuff, wine production is up in the U.K., and more, all in our weekly roundup of wine news.
  10. Oeno-File
    The Oeno-File: Robert Parker Cedes California, and a 1773 Vintage Sells For aAlso, Oregon winemakers are a quirky bunch.
  11. Mediavore
    Bud Light and Doritos Ads Score During Superbowl; USC Embracing Local FoodMeanwhile, the First Lady pushes for smaller portions at restaurants.
  12. Oenophile
    Japanese Winemakers Try to Make Something Classy From SwillKoshu, a grape known for producing cheap, sugar-sweetened wine, could be the next new thing.
  13. Oenofile
    Good Wine in a Bad EconomyWine writers suggest where to find values.
  14. Mediavore
    Hung to Cook in Midtown Kitchen; Chirico Pleads Not Guilty to ExtortionTop Chef winner Hung Huynh will begin a one-month stint at kosher restaurant Solo on March 2; Justin Smillie, formerly of Barbuto, has replaced Akhtar Nawab at the E.U. [NYT] Related: Akhtar Nawab to *NOT* Leave E.U., Will Open New Restaurant If you’re clamoring for a Valentine’s Day tablecloth dinner at White Castle, you still might be able to get one. [Eater] Master Purveyors will live on: The fire destroyed the offices, but the meat is still safe and sound in the warehouse. [Crain’s NY] Related: Venerable Meat Purveyor Struck By Fire