Imagine the characteristics of your dream wine region. Would it produce red, white and sweet wines from a variety of different grapes? Would the wines be ageable and food-friendly? Would prices be low? France's Loire Valley has all of that -- and after a tough stretch of vintages from 1998 through 2001, wines from the potentially outstanding 2002 vintage are now arriving in U.
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