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In the Aug. 31, 2001 Issue

2001 Grand Awards

Features

THE FEDERALIST
FIFTH FLOOR
GARY DANKO
GARY DANKO
MARINUS
Valley of the Doldrums - Rainy harvest tested winemakers in Loire's diverse regions
An Expanding Universe of Great Wine Lists - DESPITE TALK OF AN ECONOMIC SLOWDOWN, RESTAURANTS CONTINUE TO STRENGTHEN THEIR WINE PROGRAMS

Books

The Wine Library - The scoop on the latest books

Departments

Upfront

First Growths Set New Price Records for Young Bordeaux - U.S. consumers can expect to pay more than $300 a bottle for top 2000 wines
Researchers Reveal Hidden Roots of the Rhône's Great Grape - Syrah descended from two obscure French varieties
New Web Site Teaches Responsible Seafood Consumption
Cheese and Wine Reign at New Manhattan Bistro
New Wines, New Faces: Napa Valley Cabernet by Way of Persia

News

Napa Valley Parties On -- Never Mind the Market - Despite soft economy, annual charity wine auction rakes in $7.6 million, its second-highest total ever

Columns

Twenty Years of Grand Awards
Restaurant Whines
Got Cool?
What's Wine Got To Do With It?

Auctions

Hollywood Scores a Hit With Cystic Fibrosis Benefit
Demand for Mature Wines Remains Strong

The Buying Guide


The Buying Guide for this issue is available here.


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