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In the May 31, 2004 Issue

Burgundy

Features

Mules, Guns & Beans - To find great coffee, take the difficult journey to the source
A Brief History of Coffee - Ancient roots in the middle east lead to a new life in the new world
Around the World - Coffee's tropical origin and terroir determine flavor
Making the Perfect Cup - There is no mystery to making great coffee at home as long as you follow four basic steps
Best Brewers - Machines that make you wake up and smell the coffee
Red, White and Beautiful in Burgundy - In 2002, thanks to the extraordinary harvest, both red and white wines are outstanding
Henri Jayer - A veteran of 63 vintages evaluates 2002
Christophe Perrot-Minot - A rising star shines brightly in 2002
Buying Burgundy - It's not easy to secure these small-production, high-priced wines, but where there's a will, there's a way
Portugal's New Wave - Red wines from the Douro make a statement
Our Kind of Town - Chicago fine dining embraces world cuisines
New Wines New Faces: Donum Estate
The Grills of a Lifetime - This summer, step up to the plate with a serious cooker

News

Mendocino Says No to Genetically Modified Vines - County's organic growers say move will protect their reputation
Grapevine
Sherry May Be Good for Heart Too, Study Finds
Gallo Buys Winery in Calfornia's Central Coast
A Question of Altitude
New Vienna Hotel and Restaurant Shows Dedication to Fine Wine
King Tut Drank Reds, Scientists Say

Columns

Moonshine to Fine Wine
The Most Famous Wine You've Never Tasted
Don't Overlook 2001 Red Burgundy
Coffee and Burgundy

Auctions

Keeping it Cool - Matt McGinty's simple science spawns an energy-saving storage system
Knoxville Museum of Art Celebrates First Auction

The Buying Guide


The Buying Guide for this issue is available here.


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