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New Wines, New Faces: Viña Altaïr

A partnership gives birth to two Chilean reds that shine

Posted: March 7, 2005  By James Molesworth

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New Wines, New Faces: Realm Cellars

From "blessed plots" come outstanding Napa reds

Posted: February 25, 2005  

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New Wines, New Faces: Rudi Schultz

An outstanding South African Syrah from an up-and-coming winemaker

Posted: February 18, 2005  By James Molesworth

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New Wines, New Faces: Sanctum

For his personal label, a top South African winemaker turns out a 92-point Shiraz

Posted: February 11, 2005  By James Molesworth

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New Wines, New Faces: Noemía de Patagonia

Owner of Italy's Argiano winery makes an outstanding Malbec from a remote spot in Argentina

Posted: February 4, 2005  By James Molesworth

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New Wines, New Faces: Detert Family

Three grandsons go from a hobby to an outstanding Napa Cabernet Franc

Posted: January 26, 2005  

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New Wines, New Faces: ACVS

A 91-point California Chardonnay from a chef who loves fish

Posted: January 5, 2005  

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New Wines, New Faces: Feudo Maccari

A 90-point Sicilian red from one of Tuscany's top new vintners

Posted: December 22, 2004  By Jo Cooke

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New Wines, New Faces: Axios

A Napa Cabernet worthy of bearing an emperor's image

Posted: November 15, 2004  

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New Wines, New Faces: Andrew Geoffrey

At 91 points, this Cabernet makes an outstanding toast to a vintner's two sons

Posted: November 9, 2004  

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New Wines, New Faces: Red Car

Slick packaging goes with rich, dense wines

Posted: October 25, 2004  

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New Wines, New Faces: Éric Texier Breaks Into the Rhône

Inspired by U.S. winemakers, the Bordeaux native started his own label, working with growers in Burgundy and the Northern and Southern Rhône.

Posted: September 8, 2004  By Per-Henrik Mansson

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New Wines, New Faces: Burgundy's Labouré-Roi Redefines Itself

After making major investments, brothers Louis and Armand Cottin recently released some of their best-ever white Burgundies.

Posted: August 24, 2004  By Per-Henrik Mansson

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New Wines, New Faces: Buoncristiani Family Bonds Over Napa Reds

Inspired by their father's home winemaking, four brothers are producing top-notch Cabernet and Syrah in the family garage.

Posted: August 10, 2004  By MaryAnn Worobiec

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New Wines, New Faces: Donum Estate Shows Gift for Pinot Noir

In California's Carneros district, former Buena Vista vineyard manager Anne Moller-Racke is making a fresh start with a new brand.

Posted: July 13, 2004  By James Laube

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New Wines, New Faces: Keller Estate Races to Success in Sonoma

Car collector Arturo Keller and his daughter Ana got off to a fast start with their Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Syrah.

Posted: July 1, 2004  By James Laube

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New Wines, New Faces: Nicholson Ranch -- In Clear View for Chardonnay

Ramona Nicholson has turned her family property in Sonoma Valley into a producer of top-notch Chardonnay.

Posted: March 12, 2004  By MaryAnn Worobiec

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New Wines New Faces: Villa Creek Cooks Up a Hot Rhône-Style Red from Paso Robles

Cris and JoAnn Cherry were introduced to winemaking by California vintners who dine at their restaurant.

Posted: January 2, 2004  By Daniel Sogg

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New Wines, New Faces: K Vintners Rocks With Washington Syrah

A chance meeting with Cayuse winemaker Christophe Baron led Charles Smith to start his own winery.

Posted: December 26, 2003  By Harvey Steiman

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New Wines, New Faces: Hundred Acre Doesn't Flinch at $150 Napa Cabernet

When it comes to wine, Jayson Woodbridge does nothing halfway, from his vineyard purchases to the gold leaf on the bottles.

Posted: October 31, 2003  By Tim Fish

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