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In the April 30, 2006 Issue

Italian Cuisine


Cellar Notes: 2004 Northern Rhône Preview - Cellar notes from eight top domaines point toward a potentially outstanding vintage
Chef Profiles
Gilt - With a little polish, this work-in-progress could become a shining star
True to Type - Germany's 2004 Rieslings show pure flavors and crisp profiles
2003 Vintage Port - A small crop yields great wines
The New Italian - American chefs sophisticate the ultimate comfort food
Building on the Past
Where To Eat - The New Italians
Old Meets New In Philadelphia - Historic neighborhoods are now home to a bustling contemporary food scene
South Africa Still Surging - Syrah and Chenin Blanc star as Americans discover the Cape
Wine Spectator Celebrates 30 Years - Founded in 1976, a newsprint tabloid has become the most widely read wine magazine in the world
The Wine Spectator Team
WineTalk: Lute Olson
Recommended Wine Choices for Featured Recipes



Triple Play - Americans are mastering triple-cream cheeses


Fire Damages Silver Oak Winery - Napa producer loses almost $2 million of 2004 Cabernet
Wineries Cope With Warehouse Inferno's Aftermath
A New Team in Tuscany
Serving Port With Camembert? That Does Not Compute
Moderate Drinking May Protect Against Stroke, Regardless of Race or Gender, Research Finds
A Showplace for Kosher Wine


Lust for the Must
The Destiny of Wine Nations
How to Taste Coffee
Wine Spectator Celebrates 30 Years


Naples Winter Wine Festival Sets a New High - Charity auction raises $12.2 million, breaking record
New Record Set for Single-Owner Cellar - Acker Merrall & Condit's mammoth wine auction garners almost $11 million
Wine and Art: Vintage Posters Set Auction Record
Auction Index Rises Again in the Second Half of 2005

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