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In the Feb. 29, 1996 Issue

Traveler's Guide to Burgundy


The ABCs Of Burgundy: Enjoying red and white Burgundy is easy; fully appreciating them is an intellectual challenge
The Etiquette Of Great Expectorations
Unlocking Burgundy's Secrets: Tasting benchmark wines is the best way to grasp the region's diversity
Minitours: Four day-trips that take you to the great vineyards and historic cellars of the Côte d'Or
By Appointment Only: Tasting in a Burgundy cellar is a rare treat; here are 30 winemakers who will welcome you
Country Comfort: Hotels in Burgundy put you close to the vineyards
Great Temptations: Burgundy's best restaurants serve unexpectedly rich food for diners with big appetites and big budgets
Three-Star Dining: We seek out the six restaurants with three stars from Michelin and find them all worth a detour.
The Best of the Rest: We review 26 other restaurants in Burgundy, where local chefs and unique wine lists make an exciting mix
1994: A Year To Cheer: 1994 has all the right stuff to be a landmark year for California Pinot Noir - the best wines are rich, full-bodied and complex


Britain Raises Safe Drinking Limits
In a Dramatic Shift, New Federal Guidelines Say It's OK To Drink Moderately
Mouton-Rothschild Withdraws Its 1993 Artist Label
New Home and New Winemaker for Dominus
Sonoma's Chateau St. Jean Appears Headed to Wine World


If I Knew Then What I Know Now
Simi Goes Back to Its Roots
Wine Makes You Thin-Officially
Pent-up Demand Will Boost 1995 Bordeaux Prices


Extraordinary Measures: North Carolina wine community raises $53,000 at auction for ailing "wine lady"
Latest Auction Results: Late, great sales finish the '95 season in London

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