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In the May 31, 2005 Issue

2002 and 2003 Red Burgundy


Wine Talk: Jeff Bridges
Salt Takes Center Stage
Discovering Budapest - This exotic Old-World capital features world-class dining, fine wines and luxury hotels
2003 Burgundy - A record-breaking heat wave produces extraordinary ripeness
Inside the Cellars - Tasting previews of 25 Top Producers
2002 Burgundy - A North wind before harvest turns disaster into triumph
Tokaj's Rebirth - Foreign investors help to resu


Ornellaia Stays in Tuscan Hands - Frescobaldi arranges to buy Mondavi's stake in the prominent estate
N.Y. Retailer Pleads guilty to Futures Fraud
Message on a Bottle: Wineries Push To Put Antitoxidant Content on Labels
The Doobies Do Wine
Wine Spectator Founder Bob Morrisey Dies
Bordeaux Château Offers Buyers a Choice of Closures


Great Vintages of Red Burgundy
48 Hours
Where's the Passion?


The Cellar Surgeon - A doctor turns his love of wine and architecture into a second job
Treasure Coast Wine Festival Offers A Bounty of Fine Wines
Bottles on the Beach - Miami Beach draws thousands of wine lovers for fourth annual festival
Split Vintages Still Age-Worthy - 1992 and 1991 Vintage Ports remain good buys due to slow price appreciation
Cellar Notes: Santa Barabara Red Wine Futures - 2003 Pinots shine among 35 Santa Barbara wines

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