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In the June 15, 2005 Issue

U.S. Wine Country

Cover Story

Hidden Wine Country - Take the back roads to six unique and appealing American wine regions
San Luis Obispo - Easygoing charm on California's Central Coast
Charlottesville - History comes alive in the vineyards of Virginia
Willamette Valley - A taste of Burgundy in rural Oregon
Finger Lakes - Wine and fine food flourish in upstate New York
Texas Hill Country - Small-town hospitality in the Lone Star State
Anderson Valley & Mendocino - Rugged beauty and eccentricity amid the California redwoods

Features

A Rose Blooms in Anaheim - A stellar cellar is born in an unlikely location
Australia's Secret Weapon - Riesling comes on strong, while Chardonnay keeps pace
Fifth Floor, Myth - A little ambition is a good thing
In the Mountains of Karabakh - A war-ravaged former Soviet region tries to recover its winemaking roots
Wine Talk: Jeff Corwin

Cellar Notes

Firsthand Reports on Upcoming Vintages of the World's Finest Wines - Syrah Shines in Paso Robles

Food & Drink

Cooking With Wine - Along with herbs and spices, wine is a must-have for every pantry

News

Wineries Get Their Moment in the Sun - Vintners turn to solar power for cost savings and environmental cachet
Allied Domecq Wines Split Up in $14.5 Billion Sale
Italy Investigates Possible Fraud at Frescobaldi
GrapeVine
Wine at 10,000 Feet
The Spawn of Sideways

Columns

Windows of Opportunity
The 60-Second Geek
DRC's Supremacy in Burgundy
Fear in Southern France
How the World's Vineyards Were Saved - The Botanist and the Vintner examines wines greatest crisis
Visiting the Vineyards
Wine Country Food - Bring the California vineyard table into your home

Auctions

Changing of the Guard - Performance of California classics at auction lags newcomers
A Wave of Records

The Buying Guide


The Buying Guide for this issue is available here.


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