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In the Sept. 30, 2003 Issue

France's New Faces

Cover Story

France's New Faces - young leaders take on the problems of Old World winemaking
Jean-Charles Boisset - Transforming his father's firm in Burgundy
Jean-Louis Chave - Building on half-millenium of tradition
Pierre-Yves Colin - An existential change in Burgundy
Isabelle Coustal - A gentle woman takes on tough challenges
Stéphane Derenoncourt - A rebel prevails in Bordeaux
Laurence Faller - Searching for balance in Alsace
Philippe Guigal - A boot camp for leadership
Philippe Guigal - A boot camp for leadership
Pierre Perrin - A treasure hunter in the Southern Rhône
Pierre Perrin - A treasure hunter in the Southern Rhône
Jean-Guillaume Prats - A competitive spirit in St.-Estéphe
Claire Villars - Taking the Bordeaux bull by its horns

Features

White Burgundy's Surprising 2001 Vintage - Ripe and rich Chardonnays dominate the best of the côte d'or
Australia's Reds Roll On - Shiraz, Grenache and Cabernet lead the pack
Australian Geography 101
Coming Home to Roost - Chicken aficionados find that the old ways produce the best birds
New Wines New Faces: Shea Vineyard
Global Wine Values for $9 or Less - A roundup of 200 affordable wines from five continents
Europe: A Powerhouse for Firm-Flavored Values
Australia: Fruit-Forward Wines With an Edge
United States: Look to California and the Northwest
The Best of the Rest: South America and South Africa

News

North Carolina to Legalize Direct Shipping of Wine
Grapevine
French Laundry Will Close Temporarily
French Laundry Will Close Temporarily
Chef Michael Mina to Open New San Francisco Restaurant
Greek Study Supports Health Benefits of Mediterranean Diet
A $25 Million Winery for 25 Wines - Nickel & Nickel unveils a distinctive Napa home for single-vineyard wines

Columns

Merlot for Your Amusement
Doubleheader
The Next Really Big Red

Auctions

The Liquid Portfolio - It's a matter of how you gauge appreciation
Wyoming Auction Remains Strong
Wine Spectator Auction Index Sheds 6 Points in Second Quarter - First-growth Bordeaux demonstrates strength in an otherwise sluggish period

The Buying Guide


The Buying Guide for this issue is available here.


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