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Tuscany's Famed Steaks Lose Their Sizzle to Mad Cow Worries

Michèle Shah
Issue: June 15, 2001

June 15th, 2001 Mondavi Project in Southern France Appears Doomed Robert Mondavi Corp. may have lost its chance to make high-end Syrah in France's Languedoc region. The California company's $8 million proposal to develop a winery and vineyards in a public forest hit a roadblock when it became a cause célèbre in recent local elections.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands June 15, 2001.

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