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In the May 15, 2003 Issue

Australia

Features

Australia's Edge - How the land Down Under scores so well with so many wines
Australia's Riesling Surprise - Chardonnay gains a competitor among the best white wines from Down Under
Leaving Pinotage Behind - South Africa turns to Cabernet and Syrah, and quality rises
Soft-Shell Crabs - Imports make this once-seasonal pleasure available year-round
Value Leaders - 15 wineries that deliver high quality for $40 or less
Australia's Edge - How the land Down Under scores so well with so many wines
Australia's Riesling Surprise - Chardonnay gains a competitor among the best white wines from Down Under
Leaving Pinotage Behind - South Africa turns to Cabernet and Syrah, and quality rises
Soft-Shell Crabs - Imports make this once-seasonal pleasure available year-round
New Heights in Aspen - This mountain hideaway is now home to a cosmopolitan culinary scene
Feedback: Opinions and Trends in Wine - Vino Solo
Chefs Impress at Annual Masters of Food and Wine
Más Tequila! - Margaritas move over -- boutique tequilas are challenging Cognac and single malts

News

Château Margaux Sold to Former Owner - Agnelli family parts with controlling stake in Bordeaux first-growth
Wine Labels May Now Point Consumers To Information on Health Effects
Grapevine
Producers in Ontario and Northern U.S. Bugged by Bad Odors in Wines
Suicide of Three-Star Chef Shocks France
From Whitewater to Wine: Kenneth Starr Joins Shipping Fight
Red Wine Extract Extends Shelf Life of Fruit
New Wines, New Faces - Domaine Alfred

Columns

The Heartbreak Grape
Mountain Climbing
The Wizardry of Oz

Auctions

The Eagle Soars - The top 1992 California Cabernets are a mix of elegance and complexity
2001 Cabernets Display Power at Napa Barrel Sale
Typically Slow Season Finds Success - California cults will rebound, propelling Zachy's to record-setting weekend

The Buying Guide


The Buying Guide for this issue is available here.


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