In the May 15, 1995 Issue

Great Chefs of France

Features

Rain, Rain, Go Away: In 1993 Burgundy's white wines pale in comparison with its reds, but Pouilly-Fuissé is a bright spot

Last Call: Lunch With Burgundy's Latour

Culinary Summit: The great chefs of France honor New York's Le Cirque with a feast that moves the capital of cuisine from the Old World to the New

Tradition Fails The Rheingau: The great old estates stumble as a new generation picks up the torch

Chianti Comes to California: The Sangiovese grape captures winemakers' imaginations as they struggle with sites and styles

Sirio's Circus Of the Chic: How Italian-born restaurateur Sirio Maccioni keeps his French restaurant, Le Cirque, in the center ring of New York dining after 21 years

News

'94 Bordeaux Prices Jump as Vintners See Higher Quality

DRC Releases Its Worst Vintage Since 1983: The 1992 reds are surprisingly weak given that the domaine reported low yields.

FTC Gets Cash for Consumers in Investment Scheme

Grapevine

California's Wente Bros. Offers Vineyard Home Sites in Battle With Suburban Sprawl

Congressional Wine Club Tastes California Wines

Columns

This Bud's For Them: Women Are Better Tasters

Of Vineyards Found and Lost and Found Again

Readers Unmask A Columnist's Blind Tasting

Auctions

Restaurants Do Your Bidding: Sommeliers buy at auction to enliven wine lists and save you money

Sotheby's Serena Sutcliffe: The expert reflects on a career in wine and makes recommendations on what to buy

Other

Fast Food and Wines To Match - 30-Minute Menu For May

The Buying Guide

The Buying Guide for this issue is available here.

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