California

Issue: May 31, 2000

May 31st, 2000 California Value-priced wines power the appeal of the Golden State's many styles By James Laube Sauvignon Blanc has been part of the California landscape since the 1800s, but it wasn't until recently that it evolved into the remarkably versatile, food-friendly wine it is today.

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