(born September 29, 1958) is an American wine and cigar critic and former Senior Editor and European Bureau Chief of Wine Spectator as well as European Editor of Cigar Aficionado. Suckling is internationally regarded as one of the world's most influential wine critics, Arnold, Eric, Forbes.com: The Booze Blog (July 15, 2010). Do Wine Scores Matter? James Suckling's retirement from Wine Spectator will tell us for certain "Operazione Suckling", Sommelier Toscana N.11, pp "Stappare un'emozione", Gentleman magazine N.108, pp Comiskey, Patrick, Los Angeles Times (March 17, 2011). Wine journalist James Suckling swirls over to his own website and one of the most experienced critics of vintage cigars. Strange, Hannah, The Times (October 8, 2009). Capitalist crunch hits Cuban cigar sales
[San Francisco Chronicle (blog)] - Free drinks!'” [Garchik/San Francisco Chronicle]. From the national scene: Video: How a pretentious wine glass gets made. [James Suckling]; Josh Ozersky wonders if “superchefs” have gotten too clubby with all these globe-trotting events, like Cook It Raw.
[Newser] - The wine, which has received at least one 100-point rating (from critic James Suckling) is housed in a master craftsmen-designed vessel made from hand-blown glass and called an ampoule, or tube-shape vial. That is suspended inside another piece of
[The Daily meal] - The wine has earned top reviews from Wine Spectator and wine critic James Suckling, who gave it 100 out of As for the taste, it's perfumed with "layer upon layer of flavor." Gago also said it has a "saturated blackness on the palate." Sounds
[Gourmetwelten] - James Suckling hat diesen Wein mit 100 Punkten bewertet. Der Inhalt einer Flasche ist in dem kunstvollen Behältnis abgefüllt - dazu kommt noch eine ganz besondere Serviceleistung: Weinmacher Peter Gago öffnet und kredenzt den Wein in einem höchst