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In the Sept. 30, 2002 Issue

U.S. Cooking Schools

Cover Story

Kitchen Curriculum - Cooking schools across the country offer instruction and entertainment to suit every taste and level of skill
Cooking in Wine Country - Three culinary programs take you behind the scenes in Napa Valley
Cooking Schools Across America - A short list of top schools for wine lovers who want to improve their kitchen skills

Features

Big Country, Big Reds - Australia, known for pwerhosue Shirazes, is now exciting with other reds, too
A Winning Vintage for Burgundy - The 2000s offer racy, elegant expressions of their terroirs
The Coq Crows - A recipe for coq au vin that can be prepared even if you're not in Burgundy
Feedback: Opinions and Trends in Wine - Are Tasting Notes for the Weak?
Oak Flavorings - With cost a concern, winemakers find detours to new barrel flavors

People

Man With A Plan - Through grit and talent, Alvarao Palacios has become the most exciting winemaker in Spain

News

Gris or Grigio: Whatever Its Name, This Pinot's Hot - American versions of this white wine are growing in popularity
Beringer Blass Buys Winery for Etude, Plans to Add Several New Wines
Four Out of Five Regular Wine Drinkers Prefer Reds, Survey Finds
Grapevine
Gehry Unveils Design for Canadian Winery
New Wines, New Faces - Paris Businessman Brings Revolution to Chablis Winery

Columns

Napa's Grape Gumshoe
Burgundy and Its Enemies
Back to School

Auctions

2002 Auction Sales Down 12 Percent Through June
Glorious Anonymity - Why the genius behind silver and gold wine collectibles is hard to pin down
Silver Linings - Wine collectibles attract a following of their own

The Buying Guide


The Buying Guide for this issue is available here.


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