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In the Jan. 31 - Feb. 28, 2002 Issue

Annual Editor's Picks

Cover Story

Classic Collectibles - The decade of the 1990s produced great reds around the world

    The Right Stuff - Bordeaux's Right Bank appellations of St.-Emilion and Pomerol star in the 1990s

    A Golden Decade - Piedmont and Tuscany lead the way as Italian reds come of age


Battlegrounds Become Vineyards - In Lebanon, courageous winemakers are reviving an ancient tradition

"Dining In" in New York - In search of a chic and cutting-edge restaurant experience? Try a Manhattan hotel

Singular Chocolate - New unblended varieties taste strongly of their terrior

    Tasting Reports

    Spanish Steps - Honoring tradition yet daring innovation, Spain's winemakers are progressing with confidence and skill

      Black Gold Rush - Fortune seekers and wine pioneers stake their claim in Spain's emerging Ribera del Duero region


Burgundy Prices Drop Nearly 24 Percent at Hospices Auction - First decrease in seven years for bellwether sale

Burgundians Crack Down on Mediocre Wines



The Allure of Wine

Natural Wines—Not

More American Than Ever


Ports of Call - Price disparity offers significant value overseas 

"Grapes of Grief" Auction Raises Nearly $1 Million for WTC Victims

Christie's Auction House Splits With Zachys

Collectors Stick to Classics at Fall Sales - Records tumble under spirited bidding

The Buying Guide

The Buying Guide for this issue is available here.


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