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May 31, 2009 Issue  :  People

New Act

Sonoma County reds and whites headline Dan Aykroyd's latest winemaking venture

Posted: May 31, 2009  By Tim Fish

April 30, 2009 Issue  :  People

Johann Rupert Sets a Quick and Steady Pace

A remade L'Ormarins joins the ranks of South Africa's top wineries

Posted: April 30, 2009  By James Molesworth

April 30, 2009 Issue  :  People


Posted: April 30, 2009  

Dec. 31, 2008 Issue  :  People

The Gray Fox

With subtlety and skill, Joseph Henriot is making his mark in Champagne and Burgundy

Posted: December 31, 2008  By Mitch Frank

Nov. 15, 2008 Issue  :  People


Chef Wolfgang Puck has always made sure to give as he gets

Posted: November 15, 2008  By Harvey Steiman

Nov. 15, 2008 Issue  :  People

Passionate Pouring

Sommelier Andréa Fulton-Higgins empties an 8,000-bottle cellar in three days

Posted: November 15, 2008  By Nathan Wesley

Nov. 15, 2008 Issue  :  People

Diving In

Chef Laurent Gras launches a seafood restaurant in beef-loving Chicago

Posted: November 15, 2008  By John Mariani

Oct. 31, 2008 Issue  :  People

Terroir and Chemistry

Domaine Dujac bridges Old World and New World in Burgundy

Posted: October 31, 2008  By Mitch Frank

Oct. 31, 2008 Issue  :  People

The Santa Barbara Edge

Three grapegrowers at the frontier of California vineyard expansion help define a region

Posted: October 31, 2008  By Daniel Sogg

Oct. 15, 2008 Issue  :  People

Havana's Best Sommelier

Zudlay Nápoles pursues her wine passion in an unlikely place?

Posted: October 15, 2008  By James Suckling

Sept. 30, 2008 Issue  :  People

The Quiet Men of Chablis

The Raveneau brothers let their wine speak for them

Posted: September 30, 2008  By Mitch Frank

Aug. 31, 2008 Issue  :  People

In the Pink

Sacha Lichine, heir of a venerable wine family, is making the world's most exclusive rosé

Posted: August 31, 2008  By Robert Camuto

July 31, 2008 Issue  :  People

The Passing of a Legend

Robert Mondavi shaped our modern wine culture

Posted: July 31, 2008  By James Laube

June 30, 2008 Issue  :  People

Wine by the Numbers

With eight wineries in Bordeaux and California, Stephen Adams keeps his eye on the bottom line

Posted: June 30, 2008  By Peter Hellman

June 15, 2008 Issue  :  People

Vineyard Capitalism

William Hill and Richard Wollack develop and invest in West Coast vineyards

Posted: June 15, 2008  By Daniel Sogg

April 30, 2008 Issue  :  People

Paving the Way for California Pinot Noir

Texas transplants Adam and Dianna Lee track down the best West Coast vineyards to make stellar wines

Posted: April 30, 2008  By Tim Fish

April 30, 2008 Issue  :  People

Climbing the Pyramid

Alfred Tesseron is raising quality at Bordeaux's Pontet-Canet

Posted: April 30, 2008  By Jo Cooke

April 30, 2008 Issue  :  People

Trusting Altesino

Elisabetta Gnudi Angelini is gently improving one of Montalcino's best wineries

Posted: April 30, 2008  By Mitch Frank

Dec. 15, 2007 Issue  :  People

Finding Success on a Shoestring

Ulises Valdez left a Mexican village to become one of Sonoma's most respected growers

Posted: December 15, 2007  By Daniel Sogg

Dec. 15, 2007 Issue  :  People

No Surrender

Bernard Magrez may be the most ambitious—and controversial— man in Bordeaux

Posted: December 15, 2007  By Mitch Frank

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