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Comparing Burgundies, Part 1: The Terroir

Burgundy is known for its terroir -- the unique combination of grapes, ground and winemaker -- that shapes each wine. Get a snapshot of Burgundy's terroir with Bruce Sanderson, Wine Spectator senior editor and tasting director.

Posted: April 19, 2006  

Dec. 31,2005 - Jan. 15,2005 Issue  :  News

U.S. Wineries Switch to an Eco-Friendly Fuel

Posted: December 31, 2005  By Lynn Alley

Nov. 30, 2005 Issue  :  Features

California's Eco-Oracle

"Amigo Bob" Cantisano is a laid-back sage in the high-stakes world of grapegrowing

Posted: November 30, 2005  

Nov. 30, 2005 Issue  :  Features

Biodynamic Apostles of the Languedoc

How a Brit and an American are striving to make some of southern France's best reds

Posted: November 30, 2005  By Kim Marcus

News & Features  :  News

Sonoma Voters Reject Ban on Genetically Modified Crops

In one of California's prime wine regions, organic growers and environmentalists failed in attempt to halt bioengineering

Posted: November 10, 2005  By Lynn Alley

News & Features  :  News

Would You Like Fries With That Pinot Noir?

The smell of cooking oil wafts through the vineyard, as wineries turn to biodiesel to fuel their vehicles

Posted: November 7, 2005  By Lynn Alley

News & Features  :  News

An Alternative Source of Caviar Now At Risk, Report Concludes

Prized for its eggs, Tennessee's paddlefish, relative of the sturgeon, may be overfished

Posted: July 14, 2005  By Jacob Gaffney

June 15, 2005 Issue  :  News

Wineries Get Their Moment in the Sun

Vintners turn to solar power for cost savings and environmental cachet

Posted: June 15, 2005  By Dana Nigro, Daniel Sogg

News & Features  :  News

As Oregon Salmon Struggle, Wineries Chip In to Help

Producers that protect and restore the state's waterways can use the Salmon Safe label on their wines

Posted: May 18, 2005  By Lynn Alley

March 31, 2005 Issue  :  Inside Wine

Inside Wine: Water Hazards

Irrigating vines is a necessity for some, but a crime for others

Posted: March 31, 2005  By Daniel Sogg

News & Features  :  News

Imports of Beluga Caviar Allowed to Continue

Despite sturgeon's threatened status, U.S. government chooses not to ban the delicacy

Posted: March 4, 2005  By Lynn Alley

News & Features  :  News

More California Counties to Vote on Banning Genetically Engineered Crops

Sonoma County and other wine-producing regions consider joining GE-free bandwagon, following Mendocino's lead.

Posted: June 28, 2004  By Lynn Alley

Nov. 15, 2002 Issue  :  Features

Robert Lavine's Vineyard Quest

Establishing a new environmental ethic at California's Santa Margarita Ranch

Posted: November 15, 2002  By Lynn Alley

May 15, 2002 Issue  :  Inside Wine

Inside Wine: Filtration

How winemakers produce wines that are clear and microbiologically stable

Posted: May 15, 2002  By Daniel Sogg

May 31, 2001 Issue  :  Inside Wine

Inside Wine: Canopy Management

Posted: May 31, 2001  By Daniel Sogg

Jan. 31, 1994 Issue  :  Features

Aspen's Culinary Peak: The Little Nell

Posted: January 31, 1994  

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