Log In / Join Now

Magazine Archives

In the May 15, 2004 Issue

Zin Masters


Los Angeles Dining Grows Up - Several new restaurants are putting substance over style
The Taste of the Present
The Fish of Choice - Salmon is plentiful and versatile, and wild varieties usually have the best flavor
Hail to White Zin?
The Expensive Taste of Europe
The Zin Masters - Five vintners who have mastered this mysterious grape and helped it gain international acclaim
Ridge: the Vision to Search Out Old Vines
Ravenswood: Tapping Sonoma's Treasures
Turley: Rediscovering Napa Valley
Seghesio: Renaissance in Sonoma
Rosenblum: the New Frontier
The Wines of Greece - An ancient wine region shows growing pains as it opens up to the modern world
A Greek Idyll - Molyvos bridges the old country and the new
South Africa Steps Up - Syrah and Sauvignon Blanc emerge as the country's biggest wines
The Dumb Period - Why do some wines temporarily shut down?


Bill Harlan Builds His Legacy - After creating one of California's best Cabernets, this uncompromising visionary looks for new worlds to conquer
A Turn to Simplicity at Masters of Food and Wine - Top chefs and stellar wines vie for attention in Carmel


Wine Talk

Wine Talk: Dan Rather


Turley, Bryant Square off in Napa Trial - Winemaker wins breach of contract suit against Cabernet producer
Wine and Health - Drinking Linked to Better Cardiovascular Health in Elderly, Studies Find
Michelin Names France's New Three Stars
New Venture Brings Together Australia, Bordeaux and Champagne
U.S. Supreme Court Asked to Rule on wine Shipping


The Masters of Zinfandel
Who Rules Now?


Wine Lost in Time -- The Doris Duke Cellar
Total Sales Rates Soar at U.S. Auctions in Early 2004

The Buying Guide

The Buying Guide for this issue is available here.

WineRatings+ app: Download now for 300,000+ ratings.