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A World of Wine: Tickets Now on Sale for the 2024 New York Wine Experience

Where can you find more than 250 of the world’s greatest winemakers, plus some of the titans of fine dining, all in one place for an entire weekend? Wine Spectator’s New York Wine Experience is returning to Times Square Oct. 17-19, and tickets are now on sale for weekend packages that offer wine lovers 3 days of unparalleled access to fine wines and the incredible people behind them.

The 43rd Wine Experience will bring vintners from around the world to the New York Marriott Marquis. After the event kicks off with a massive walk-around tasting, Wine Spectator senior editors will lead in-depth seminars with winemakers, allowing attendees to taste classic wines while hearing the stories behind them.

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For Bordeaux aficionados, veteran Jean-Guillaume Prats, who previously worked at Cos d’Estournel, Lafite Rothschild and LVMH, will be sharing a vertical of wines from Château Léoville Las Cases. Philippe Guigal of Rhône Valley powerhouse E. Guigal will be pouring wines from the famed “La La” vineyards, the Côte Rotie sites his family has turned into treasured names. Senior editor Bruce Sanderson will host an in-depth look at the 2020 vintage from Barolo, with four of the top vintners in this Italian powerhouse appellation.

Italian legend Angelo Gaja sat down for an in-depth interview with Wine Spectator editor and publisher Marvin R. Shanken earlier this year to discuss his life and his amazing career. Now Gaja and Shanken will come together on stage for part two of their chat.

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New World wine fans will be able to explore mountainside Napa Cabernet Sauvignon with senior editor James Molesworth and Lokoya winemaker Chris Carpenter. And globe-trotting vintner Paul Hobbs will present a retrospective vertical of three vintages of the flagship Malbec of Viña Cobos to mark the 25th anniversary of this Argentine icon.

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Plus, numerous Wine Stars will share one of their special wines with the audience and the story of what it means to them. This year’s stars include Burgundy’s Erwan Faiveley, actor and Washington vintner Kyle MacLachlan of Pursued by Bear, Château Haut Brion‘s Prince Robert de Luxembourg, Greg Brewer of California’s Brewer-Clifton and sports broadcasting legend Jim Nantz of The Calling.

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Wine and food are a marriage made in heaven, and this year will see the latest round of the Chefs’ Challenge: Eric Ripert, José Andrés, Emeril Lagasse and restaurateur Danny Meyer will be back with great dishes to see who can choose the best wines to pair with them. And to top things off, the people behind Wine Spectator‘s Top 10 Wines of 2023 will present their amazing bottlings for the crowd.

Tickets for the 2024 New York Wine Experience are on sale now and are going quickly at Last year’s Wine Experience sold out. The full weekend package includes all seminars, VIP access to two nights of the Critics’ Choice Grand Tastings, where more than 250 winemakers will be pouring wines rated 90+ points by Wine Spectator editors, and a closing reception featuring top Champagnes and food from Grand Award–winning restaurants.

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