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In the Sept. 30, 2004 Issue

Arnold Palmer


Good Times for Mussels - Tasty, inexpensive, versatile -- and much cleaner -- mussels are waiting
Wine Talk: Alexander Payne
Sydney's New Traditionalists - A new wave of chefs is looking to Old World wine regions for inspiration
Solving the Chinese Puzzle - Henry Leung helped stock many Chinese restaurants in New York with fine wine. Now he's headed for Napa Valley
Three Times Is a Charm - Alsace caps a trio of fine harvests with elegant whites in 2002
A Banner Year for White Burgundy - 2002 Chardonnays live up to advance billing
A Visit with Arnold Palmer - From the putting green to the wine cellar, an American legend enjoys the good life
Powerhouse Australian Shirazes - Twelve classic-rated wines top this year's reds from Down Under
A Menagerie of Aussie Values - Rapid growth in vineyard plantings has stoked a boom in fine reds costing $10 or less



The Legacy of Emile Peynaud - Bordeaux enologist changed winemaking around the world


Archaeologists Uncover Wine Cellar From Early Colonial America - Excavations of Jamestown turn up wine bottles from the 1600s
Drinking Wine May Not Lead to Gout, But Beer and Spirits Do, Study Finds
Even in a Bastion of Tradition, Producers Take Screw Caps for a Spin
San Francisco Dining Heats Up With New Restaurants From Mina and Morrone
Italy Gets Its Own Napa-Style Center for Wine, Food, and Culture
California Wine: A $45 Billion Industry


Wine and Golf
Are You Getting (Wine) Old Yet?
Environmental Studies


Drinking Well and Looking Good - Designer Alexander Julian produces his own wine label
Auction Market Stays Hot Into the Summer
Auction Index Inches Ahead in Second Quarter - With Italy leading the way, index returns to previous high

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