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|Rain, Rain, Go Away: In 1993 Burgundy's white wines pale in comparison with its reds, but Pouilly-Fuissé is a bright spot|
|Culinary Summit: The great chefs of France honor New York's Le Cirque with a feast that moves the capital of cuisine from the Old World to the New|
|Tradition Fails The Rheingau: The great old estates stumble as a new generation picks up the torch|
|Chianti Comes to California: The Sangiovese grape captures winemakers' imaginations as they struggle with sites and styles|
|Sirio's Circus Of the Chic: How Italian-born restaurateur Sirio Maccioni keeps his French restaurant, Le Cirque, in the center ring of New York dining after 21 years|