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In the June 15, 2002 Issue

San Francisco

Features

Frozen Assets - With one of these ice cream makers in your kitchen, you can have it your way all summer long
Oregon's Burgundian Knot - Pinot Noir quality has never been better, but pricey single-vineyard bottlings proliferate
A Chilly Year for Zinfandel - Vintage 2000 is another tricky season
Inside Advice - Take it from a local: The best restaurants in San Francisco aren't all trendy, expensive or near your downtown hotel
Special Occasion Dining - Where you dress up and order the tasting menu
Luxury Hotels - It's a buyers' market for the best lodgings in town
Best Bakeries - Where to go for distinctive sourdough and more
Country Drives: The Other Napa - Discovering the quiet charms of low-key Carneros
Country Drives: Simply Sonoma - Easy driving in a lovely region that's chockablock with vineyards
Country Drives: Highland Wine Country - Toasting stunning views in the Santa Cruz Mountains
Bistros and Brasseries - Great food and wine in more casual surroundings
Bay Area Originals - Unusual places that help make this area special
Coffee Culture - There's a robust dark roast everywhere in the city that started the craze
Wine Shop wisdom - Great finds are easy prey in a city full of connoisseurs
Flavors of Italy - Tasting the heritage that made Bay area cooking great
Feedback: Opinions and Trends in Wine - The Best by the Bay

News

Wine-Shipping Battle Heats Up in Federal Courts - Judge overturns North Carolina's ban on interstate shipments
Grapevine
Wine and Health: - Study Provides New Insight Into How Red Wine May Help Fight Cancer
Manhattan Steak House Scores New Wine Bar
Wine on the Rise: - U.S. Sees 64 Percent Jump in Production in Midst of Global Growth
New Wines, New Faces - Veteran Mondavi Winemaker Expands Her Portfolio
Premier Cru Status Awarded to Several Vineyards in Burgundy's Côte de Beaune

Columns

Tree Hugging
American Beauty

Auctions

Italian Wines at Auction - A growth market emerges amid inconsistent prices
Portland Auction Flirts With Million Dollar Mark
Absentee Bids Propel Hot Lots Over the Top - March bidding roars as lots soar beyond estimates
Abilities Wine Tasting & Auction Finds Luck At 13th Annual

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