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In the July 31, 2006 Issue



Prime Time for Châteauneuf-du-Pape - As a new generation settles in, quality surges in this historic appellation
Châteauneuf at a Glance
Nine Wineries to Watch - These family-owned domaines are helping lead Chateauneuf-du-Pape to new levels of quality
Touring Châteauneuf - Captivating restaurants and history abound, but powerful wines remain the top attraction
Washington's Red Wave - Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon dominate the top wines from this distinctive region
The Betz Factor - This pioneering Washington vintner knows his business inside and out
04 Chardonnay Richness from California - A smaller crop includes plenty of stars, as Sonoma struts its stuff
Campton Place, Silks - New faces to watch at two classy downtown hotel restaurants
Grand Tour Pulls Out All the Stops - New York and Las Vegas tastings feature hundreds of great wines poured by vintners and winemakers
Borgata Expands - No room at the inn? Start building
Wine Talk: Juan Diego Flórez


Avant-Garden - Supper fare and summer sippers for backyard entertaining


When Winemakers Attack - As French producers' violent protests continue, solutions prove elusive
Napa Producer Declassifies Two Vintages
Red-Wine Compound May Be Good for the Gums
Education: The New Way to Sell Wine - Stores are welcoming all types of wine drinkers


Look Who's Talking
The 25-Watt Wine
This Issue: In the Vineyard; On the Web
Rib It - Wet or dry, Kansas City or Memphis, barbecued ribs bring the picnic to you


An Exceptional Crew - Investment-worthy Bordeaux offer good value
Good Thing Going - Established charity auctions break records with new and traditional tactics
Big City, Big Bottles: New York Auction Raises a Half-Million Dollars

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