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In the June 30, 2003 Issue


Cover Story

Madrid Fusión
Rioja Reclaims its Past
Two Culinary Cultures
Priorat Struggles With Success
A Mixed Case
Building Bold
Tasting the Future
Jean León's Challenge


Long Island Tasting Report - Successful vintages in 2000 and 2001 showcase the region's strengths
Spain Comes to Connecticut - The most inventive Spanish food in North America is served in two surprising locales
The Spanish Cure - Iberian hams and sausages are finally becoming available in the United States
Good Wines, Tough Sell - The 2002 Bordeaux draw mixed reactions in debut tastings
Feedback: Opinions and Trends in Wine - Cutting the Burgundian Knot


Grapes For Glory - Home winemakers put passion ahead of profit


Pssst ... Wanna Buy a $2 Cabernet - Bargain brands proliferate as wineries discreet try to sell of their surplus
Oregon's Wine Bar Scene Receives Noble Treatment in Portland
Wine & Health: Red-Wien Compound May Fight Skin Cancer
Catching Up With ... Phil Woodward


Message in a Bottle
Tasting Room Matters
The Bitter Taste of Franco-American Politics
Spain Rising


Windy City Hits High Note
Ready to Serve - Brooklyn's borough president binds a community through wine
Auction Index Slides for the Second Straight Quarter - First-growths and Italian wines take a hit, while California makes a small gain

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