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California Cabernet's Split Decision - A few stars shine in 2000, but overall quality is variable
California Cabernet: A Look Ahead - The 2002 vintage is marked by quality swings
Joe Heitz and Martha's Vineyard - One of California's greatest winemakers discovered this stellar vineyard through a quirk of fate
Gold Rush in Toro - Spain's hottest wine region boasts big names, big money and big wines
Rutherglen's Unique Sweet Wines - An Australian region struggles to preserve its singular heritage
Roussillon in a New Light - This rustic Mediterranean region is bringing wine and dining up to date
Pigs, Salt & Glory - For generations, Carnicas Joselito has made the best vured hams in Spain
The Pleasures of La Pergola - A rooftop restaurant in Rome provides elevated cuisine and views across the Eternal City
California Sangiovese Losing Ground - Despite high hopes, Tuscany's prime red rarely thrives in the Golden State
The Entrepreneur and the Ambassador - Craig and Kathryn Hall make an investment as big as Texas in Napa Valley
A World in a Cellar - Enoteca Pinchiorri in Florence is home to an amazing array of wine
Decanting - Aeration -- friend and enemy of wine
Boutique Chocolate - New companies think small and aim high, with quality at a premium
Francis Ford Coppola - The Oscar-winning film director earns Wine Spectator's Distinguished Service Award
Salvador Renteria - Living the American dream in Napa
California Winery Woes: From Boom to Bankruptcy - In hard times, some producers choose Chapter 11
Holding Their Own - At age 10, the 1993 California Cabernets are mature and complex
Opening Act - Corkscrews create a market beyond their everyday use
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