In the May 31, 1995 Issue

Mouton Rothschild Art

Features

Angelo Gaja Buys More Prime Barolo Land

America's Dessert: The story behind America's favorite pie, and how to keep the crust light and flaky

No Rush for 1994 Cabernet: A first look at the baby vintage from California, and an advisory that there's little need to buy futures

Rebel With a Cause: Didier Dagueneau's outspoken manner ruffles feathers in the Loire, but his convictions advance the quality of Pouilly-Fumé

Another French Revolution

A New Wave: Chef Eric Ripert and Maguy Le Coze have paid homage to Le Bernardin's founding chef, Gilbert Le Coze

A Love Affair of Art and Life - When famous artists began designing Mouton-Rothschild's labels, the world of Bordeaux changed forever

Don't Forget the Whites: Bordeaux's 1992 and 1993 white wines turned out better than the current crop of reds

News

Acacia Drops Vineyard Bottlings of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay

Grapevine

Writer Named West Coast Editor

Mondavi Opens Huge Barrel Cellar for Fighting Varietals

Rheingau Vintners Classify Their Own First Growths

Champagne Maker Buys One of Burgundy's Largest Wineries

Columns

The Resurrection of Napa Valley

Beverly Hills Crop

The Quiet Killer

Auctions

Bidders Break Records at Zachys- Christie's Inaugural Auction: $1.8 million spent on 1,200 lots in marathon sale

Garrick Ohlsson has mastered two art forms: the piano and wine connoisseurship: Can the genie be put back in the bottle?

The Buying Guide

The Buying Guide for this issue is available here.

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