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In the Nov. 30, 2003 Issue

Perfection in Piedmont


New Wines New Faces: K Vintners
Is There a Doctor in the Winery? - Many medical professionals find a new calling among the vines
A Mountainside Holiday Dinner - Montagna at The Little Nell delivers elegance and warming fall flavors
Wine Spectator 2003 Reader Survey - The results are in as you speak up on wine
Santa Fe and the Taste of the Southwest - A cultural and culinary crossroads mixes old and new
Turkey Alternatives - A few ways to break with tradition on Thanksgiving
Perfection in Piedmont - The 2000 vintage of Barolo and Barbaresco earns a 100-point rating
Beyond Nebbiolo - Alternative reds from Piedmont
A Maestro's View - A conversation with Bruno Giacosa
Pushing Piedmont Ahead - A conversation with Domenico Clerico
New Zealand's Lively Style - While Sauvignon Blanc still leads, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay offer high quality as well
From Atlases to Potboilers - New releases and updated classics for winter reading
Burgundian Outpost - Veronique Drouhin-Boss and her vision of Oregon Pinot Noir


French Wines Still Facing Hard Times in U.S. Market - Sales and imports have been down since the falling-out over Iraq
Better Grapes From Outer Space?
Wine-Drinking Women Have Better Chance of Becoming Pregnant, Research Finds
Robert Parker Asks His French Assistant to Resign


Napa's Wine Beehive
Living the Dream in Venice
A Perfect Vintage


Close-up: Bert Stern - Photography, women and wine
Czech-Trained Glass Repairer Unclouds the World of Decanters
Fall Auction Season Starts Strong Across the Country - Bordeaux and Burgundy continue to attract frenzied buying

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