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In the Oct. 31, 2004 Issue

Wine Collecting


New Wines, New Faces: Kingston Family Vineyards
The Grana Clan - Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese has some compelling relatives
A Florentine Resistance - Fabio Picchi is reinventing Tuscan cuisine
Chicago's Next Wave - Chefs are meeting the demand for sophisticated food without attitude
Tuscany's Red Treasures - The 2001 vintage puts Sangiovese in the spotlight as vintners squeeze as much quality as possible into the bottle
Monumental Masseto - Ornellaia's perfect Merlot from Bolgheri
Bold Reds from the South of France - Blends based on Syrah or Mourvèdre offer distinctive flavors and plenty of value
Beginner's Guide to Wine Collecting
The Passion to Buy and Store the Best - How occasional drinkers turn into collectors
$8,000 Prototypes - Four cellars map different collecting strategies
Acquisition Options - When it comes to stocking your cellar, the local wine shop is only the beginning
Protecting Your Assets - To build or buy?
Maintaining Your Cellar - Your wine collection changes with every bottle bought or consumed
Concentration Methods - Water out of wine


Montelena Battles "Cellar Funk" - TCA taint in prominent Napa winery forces a renovation
Red-Wine Compound May Increase Longevity, Study Finds
West Coast Harvest Kicks Off Early
Is a Sale in Mondavi's Future? Family to Reduce Control of Winery
Chillin' Out: New System Preserves Opened Wine


Becoming a Wine Collector
Brett: Love It or Filter It
Wine Viagra


Masters of Merlot - Masseto and Pétrus face off in Florence
California Spirit Raises $950,000 for American Cancer Society

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