Wine Manifestos: Importers

I've been saying for ages that the easiest way to make a wine-store buying decision is to memorize a short list of importers whose taste you trust. Slate's Mike Steinberger has done a substantial amount of the necessary legwork with his fantastic guide to wine importers, which also comes with a handy pocket card for on-the-fly consultations.  Well done, sir -- and I'm not just saying that because we have similar taste in importers.

Rupa Bhattacharya, Culinary Writer
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