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In the June 30, 1995 Issue

Australian Chardonnay

Features

Sampling Australia's Restaurants: What's on the menu Down Under? Try some sautéed kangaroo with sun-dried tomatoes, braised emu or wattle seed Pavlova
Australia's New Shades: Already known for Chardonnay and Shiraz, winemakers from Down Under are starting to show what other flavors they can achieve
Australian Quest:In Pursuit of The Great Chardonnay: Where Does the Best Chardonnay Grow?
Bali Highlights: Four outstanding South Seas hotels cradle guests in the utmost luxury without disturbing the island's natural beauty
The Cutting Edge: Cal Stamenov has picked up the culinary torch at Pacific's Edge restaurant in the Highlands Inn in Carmel, Calif.
The Strength To Say No to Bottling
Sultans of Shiraz
A Surprisingly Good Show: Bordeaux's 1993 and 1994 vintages, tasted from barrels, are elegant and balanced; if only they weren't so expensive

News

Chalone Wine Group Acquires Interest in Duhart-Milon
Chicago's Rick Bayless Wins Culinary Oscar
New Danish Study Shows Big Health Benefits in Wine Drinking
Italian Bubbly House Makes New Brut Cuvée
Wine-Savvy Madrid Is Home to Two New Wine Bars
Grapevine

Columns

The Heady Mix of Men And Wine
Why Futures Are Fizzling
Live Long, Live Well: Part I

Auctions

Index Soars in the First Quarter of 1995: Wine at auction out-performs Dow Jones average
Cellaring Whites Right: Most white wines shouldn't see the rack. Here are the ones that should

The Buying Guide


The Buying Guide for this issue is available here.


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