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In the Sept. 15, 2004 Issue

Great Values


The Gateway to Oregon Wine Country - Portland has big-city sophistication on a human scale

New Heights for California Sauvignon Blanc - Napa leads the way with the best quality to date

Breakout for California Pinot Noir - The 2002 vintage is the one we've all been waiting for

California's New Red Wine Values - 50 wines that will satisfy your palate without picking your pocket

Ten Routes to Value - California producers take different approaches to make and market their red wines

Beef Bonanza - Three old hands have opened successful new steak houses

Home Roasting - Getting the most out of your coffee

Catching Up With ... Stanley Hoffman


The Origin of Drinking? - Some scientists believe humans evolved to enjoy alcohol


Mélange à Trois: New Philadelphia Bar Showcases Wine, Beer and Cheese

Hogue Releases Wine-Closure Study, Switches to Screw Caps

Study Links Wine to Lower Risk of Ovarian Cancer

Second Vinexpo Americas Attracts Smaller But Still Diverse Crowd


My Dearest France ...

Good Values From Around the Globe

Kindred Spirits


Up, Up and Away - Demand for '82 Bordeaux leads boom in sales

Doris Duke Cellar Nets $3.8 Million at Auction

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