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In the April 30, 2005 Issue

100 Point Wines


The Sideways Effect - Santa Barbara County prospers from the wine film's success
Bouchon, Fleur de Lys, Mesa Grill and Mix - More top chefs add their chips to the culinary pot
Wine Talk: Tom Seaver
You Can Take it With You
Portraits of Perfection - What Does It Take For A Wine To Earn A 100 Points?
Not Just Derby Dining - Louisville serves modern and homey food year-round
How Constellation Captured Mondavi's Empire - An exclusive interview with Constellation's Richard and Robert Sands by Wine Spectator editor and publisher Marvin R. Shanken
The Once and Future Chef - A tapas menu celebrates facets of José Andrés
The Versatility of Riesling
Chile's Maturing Quality - After reaching new summits, Chile looks to solidify its position



Wine & Health - Cognitive Drinking: Alcohol in Moderation May Keep Older Women's Minds Sharp
Wine Spectator Exhibits Belle Epoque Posters


Change Comes to Napa's Wine Auction - After losing its crown, the charity fund-raiser is getting a makeover
Arnold Palmer Tees Off With New Wine Brand
Michelin's Mistake
Lawsuits Force California Wineries To Address Accessibility Issues
Become a Better Wine Taster


Runaway Ripeness
Pursuing the Wild Pinot
Wide Right in Washington
100-Point Wines


Wine Country Color - Eric Christensen makes wine country his muse
New Auction Index - Listings rise 13 percent, paced by Bordeaux
Collecting Q & A - With Peter D. Meltzer


The Once and Future Chef - A tapas menu celebrates facets of José Andrés

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