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Truffle lunches, 100-year-old Bordeaux and 10-dish dinners are only part of the annual Masters of Food & Wine
Harvey Steiman
Issue: May 15, 2002

Jeffrey Bragman, a clinical psychologist from San Carlos, Calif., has been coming to the Masters of Food & Wine every year since 1994. He is drawn back by the event's unusual conjunction of rarities, such as vertical tastings of Vega Sicilia Unico and Salon Champagne Le Mesnil, the only ones to be presented anywhere by those wineries this year.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands May 15, 2002.

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