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In the Nov. 30, 2002 Issue

Wines Across America


The Right Stuffing - Mom's is best, but a few simple extras add flair to the soul of Thanksgiving
New Zealand's Pursuit of Pinot NoirNew Zealand's Pursuit of Pinot Noir - In a land known for zingy whites, red wines are starting to make their presence known.
Piedmont's Silver Lining - A string of great vintages helps soften the blow of a disastrous 2002 harvest in parts of Barolo
Flying the Unfriendly Skies
A Lake in the Clouds - North Tahoe Ups the Ante with Destination Dining
An American Attitude in Southern France
Wine Across America - As vineyard acreage grows across the country, wineries now operate in all 50 states. Wine Spectator checks the progress of regional American wines
American Way of Wine - Regional Vintners now Labor for More than Love
A Holiday Menu from Wine Country - Richard Reddington, chef at Napa Valley's Auberge du Soleil, presents an easy, wine-friendly meal


Italy's Dining Capital - In Milan, a delicious problem: too many great restaurants to choose from
Home Cooking Alla Milanese - Nothing says "Lombardy" like a classic saffron risotto with osso buco


Gallo Buys Napa's Historic Louis M. Martini Winery - In rare buying spree, California giant also takes over Mirassou brand
Congress Eases Wine-Shipping Restrictions
New South African Venture Is a Hole in One
Wine Drinkers Have Healthier Habits, Study Reports
Château Le Gay in Pomerol to Be Sold
DiRoNA Inducts 90 New Members at Reunion


On the BV TCA Trail
An Open Letter to Natural Winegrowers
Taste of America


Fretting Over Wine - Jazz performer John Pizzarelli keeps time for wine
Two Smaller Sales Mirror Macro Market - As September winds down, Bordeaux and Burgundy remain in demand
Uncorking Restaurant Policy

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