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In the Oct. 31, 2003 Issue

Italy's New Faces

Features

Pioneering Tuscany's Maremma - Massive investment and dozens of new wines mark the emergence of this promising wine region
Tougher Times Ahead for Tuscany - Grab the great wines now because 2001 marks the end of a string of top vintages
Italy's New Generation - A bright future in an ancient land
Italy's New Faces: Albiera Antinori - Following in the footsteps of a giant
Italy's New Faces: Luca d'Attoma - A rugby player becomes a winemaking star
Italy's New Faces: Elisabetta Foradori - Climbing mountains in Trentino
Italy's New Faces: Barbara Kronenberg-Widmer - A Swiss woman finds her calling in Tuscany
Italy's New Faces: Francesca Planeta - Bringing Sicily to the World
Italy's New Faces: Luca Sanjust - When wine becomes art
Italy's New Faces: Alberto Tasca d'Almerita - Ushering an established name into the modern era
Italy's New Faces: Cesare Turini - A vintner driven by passion
Italy's New Faces: Luca Currado Vietti - Generational struggle in Piedmont
New Wines New Faces: Hundred Acre
Ragù for Me and You - Variety is the most important ingredient in Italy's best-known sauce
Contemporary Conquistador - Ignacio Osbourne is trasnforming his family wine company to conquer the world
Gold Rush Redux - Prospectors have been replaced by winemakers in the Sierra Nevada foothills
Long Island's Bridle and Bottle Soiree - Area winemakers kick off the Hampton Classic Horse Show with a tasting, dinner and charity auction

News

European Heat Wave Leads to Record Early Harvests - Some winemakers expect excellent quality; others worry about unbalanced wines
Grapevine
Red-Wine Compound May Hold Key to Longevity, Harvard Study Finds
Forest Fire Damages Canadian Wineries
France Has Really Got This South African Vintners Goat
Wine:It's What's With Dinner
New Wine Glasses Make More Scents

Columns

So What's the Next Really Big White?
Everybody Loves Italy
Global Watchings

Auctions

Engraving a Place in Time
Washington Wine Auction Breaks $ 1 Million Mark

The Buying Guide


The Buying Guide for this issue is available here.


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