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In the May 15, 2005 Issue

100 Wines for $15 or Less


Wine Talk: Richard Leakey
Wine From a Windfall - After selling Grey Goose, Sidney Frank migrates toward wine
Premium Pâté - Pâté doesn't have to be complicated to be good
davidburke & donatella, Café Gray, Bellavitae - Three restaurants that are also personal reinventions
Welcome Back to Palm Springs - Fine dining joins golf, spas and the sweet art of doing nothing in this desert retreat
North by Northeast - Fine restaurants are thriving in Greenwich, Conn. including the best new French restaurant in the country
It Pays to Wait - Austrian vintner's patience is rewarded in 2003 with Riesling and Grüner Veltliner
South Africa Spreads its Wings - Syrah and Chenin Blanc emerge as serious quality contenders
Updating a Classic
Jimmy Carter's Passion for Winemaking - The former president keeps a family tradition alive
Beyond Cabernet and Chardonnay - 100 values from around the globe for $15 or less


The Fallout From Mondavi - Constellation sells off Luce, Arrowood and Byron; more wineries could follow
First Port House Declares 2003 Vintage
Staying Upbeat: Study Finds Wine May Benefit Women With Heart Disease
Michelin Guide Names New Three-Star in France, Demotes Two Others
Masters of Food and Wine Seduces With Star Power


Sideway's Double Whammy
Forgive Me, For I Have Sinned
A Legend in the Making
Global Values


2000 Bordeaux Selling Below Release Prices - Steady supply and bargain prices at auction
Naples Winter Wine Festival Raises More than $11 Million - Sets new record for money brought in by a charity wine event
Hart Davis Hart's Inaugural Auction Draws Crowds

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