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New Wines, New Faces: Shea Vineyard Builds A Reputation for Oregon Pinot Noir

Vineyard owner Dick Shea is bottling his own wine, capitalizing on the good name his grapes have earned in others' hands.

Posted: September 26, 2003  By Harvey Steiman

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New Wines, New Faces: Pax Wine Cellars Specializes in Syrah

This boutique Sonoma producer makes exotic wines in a utilitarian setting.

Posted: September 2, 2003  By Tim Fish

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New Wines, New Faces: Viñedo Chadwick

In honor of his late father, the owner of Chile's Viña Errázuriz produces a Cabernet from the family's original estate.

Posted: June 13, 2003  By James Molesworth

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New Wines, New Faces: Chiarello Family Vineyards

No chef's surprise from Michael Chiarello, whose Napa Syrahs and Zinfandels show high quality

Posted: June 6, 2003  By MaryAnn Worobiec

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New Wines, New Faces: Antiyal Releases 91-Point Red from Chile

Former Viña Carmen winemaker Alvaro Espinoza sticks close to home with his new boutique winery.

Posted: March 21, 2003  By James Molesworth

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New Wines, New Faces: California's Domaine Alfred Releases a 91-Point Pinot

The winery's founder, who goes by the name Terry, jokes that he picked the name so he could blame any problems on Alfred.

Posted: February 24, 2003  By James Laube

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New Wines, New Faces: An American Attitude in the Southern Rhône

With his Château de Nages wines, Michel Gassier has brought attention to the obscure Côstières de Nîmes appellation.

Posted: October 4, 2002  By Per-Henrik Mansson

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New Wines, New Faces: Paris Businessman Brings Revolution to Chablis Winery

Joseph Henriot has taken over William Fèvre and changed its practices, resulting in an impressive lineup of 2000 Chardonnays.

Posted: August 16, 2002  By Per-Henrik Mansson

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New Wines, New Faces: The Insider

Tor Kenward, a 25-year veteran of Beringer, launches his own Napa Cabernet brand.

Posted: July 19, 2002  By Daniel Sogg

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New Wines, New Faces: California's Craftsman-Style Cabernet

Restaurant designer and owner Pat Kuleto brings his signature style -- a focus on natural materials -- to his Napa Valley winery

Posted: June 13, 2002  By Tim Fish

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New Wines, New Faces: From Baking Spices to Cabernet Franc

The new Crocker & Starr label gives Napa winemaker Pam Starr a chance to play with Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc.

Posted: May 24, 2002  By Daniel Sogg

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New Wines, New Faces: Mondavi Winemaker Expands Her Portfolio

Geneviève Janssens and her husband, Luc, have combined their passions for wine and art at their boutique Napa Cabernet winery.

Posted: March 8, 2002  By Tim Fish

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New Wines, New Faces: Up By Their Own Bootstraps

California's new Copain and Carlisle labels have a few things in common -- including their startup spirit and outstanding Syrahs.

Posted: February 8, 2002  By James Laube

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New Wines, New Faces: Syrah and Shale in Paso Robles

After success with their Linne Calado label, Justin Smith and Matt Trevisan are going separate ways -- but they agree on one thing: Paso is red Rhône country.

Posted: January 11, 2002  By Daniel Sogg

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A Napa Winemaker Makes an Outstanding French Wine

Clos du Val's Bernard Portet strikes gold in the Languedoc region of southern France

Posted: December 6, 2001  By Kim Marcus

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New Wines, New Faces: Alvaro Palacios Heads to the Hills -- Again

The Spanish vintner who helped establish Priorat's reputation picked another on which to make his mark.

Posted: September 21, 2001  By James Molesworth

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