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In the Nov. 30, 2001 Issue

Thanksgiving Honoring an American Tradition

Features

Divine Dining, In Providence - New England's prettiest little city is also one of the most delicious
Beyond Lox - There are other smoked fish to try—with bagels or on toast points accompanies by Champagne
Turkey, trimmings and Wine - A guide to matching the bottle with the bird
Benchmark Vintage - In Piedmont, 1997 was a defining year for Nebbiolo-based wines
Thanksgiving in the Berkshires - At the Wheatleigh Hotel, An American Celebration with a French Accent
Thanksgiving Menu - The Wheatleigh's holiday menu deftly balances innovation and tradition
Dining out on Thanksgiving - Festive menus from Grand Award—winning restaurants around the country
Who Really Controls the Vineyards of FRANCE?
Washington Bets Big on Syrah - The high quality of recent releases and a boom in vineyard plantings bodes well for the future
Feedback: Opinions and Trends in Wine - Are 2000 Bordeaux Futures Overpriced?

Tasting Reports

Hands-On Winemaking - Produces a 100-Point Barolo
Pio Cesare's Tradition of Blending

Departments

Collecting

1961 Bordeaux Still Going Strong - Diminishing supply and varying quality affect prices
New York International Wine Auction Benefits Center for Disabled

News

Court Forces Utah to Lift Ban on Wine Advertising and Promotion
Grapevine
Mondavi Cuts Role in New Disney Park's Wine Attraction
California Wine Prices May Drop Due To Grape Glut
Preservation-Minded Chefs Celebrate Heirloom Tomatoes
New Wines, New Faces - Michaud Finds Success Close to Home

Columns

Wine-Buying Common Sense
Getting Screw-Capped
Hearth and Home

Auctions

Auction Markets Polarize in Aftermath of Sept. 11 - Prices remain strong for classic and rare wines, but recent releases fare poorly

The Buying Guide


The Buying Guide for this issue is available here.


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