Log In / Join Now

Magazine Archives

In the March 31, 2002 Issue

A Wine Lover's Guide to Cheese

Cover Story

The Fourth Course - No longer a fad, after-dinner wine and cheese is here to stay
Raw vs. Pateurized -- What's the Difference?
Choosing the Cheese
Max McCalman - The cheese vanguard in New York
Ihsan Gurdal - A trove of obscure treasures in Boston
Debra Dickerson - Selling British farmhouse quality to Americans
Liam Callahan - The second generation of handmade Sonoma cheeses


Inside Wine: Chaptalization - When augmenting alcohol, it's a matter of degree
When Disaster Strikes - The restaurant world is perilous, but the strong survive
The Other Pork - With fat and flavor back in style, gourmets are sure to go hog wild
Lion King Dining - To sample the best of South Africa, you need travel no farther than Jiko, in Florida's Disney World
Back to Earth in Bordeaux - Although a difficult vintage, 1999 offers both good wines and good prices
Burgundy Seduction - Charming '99 reds earn outstanding rating


Old World Values New World Promise - The Herzog family drwas on tradition to fuel progress in their kosher wines


Flying the Not-So-Friendly Skies - When it comes to wine onboard, tougher security measures lead to confusion, but not much change
Groups Challenge Ban on Health-Claims Labels
Shafer Dedicates First Napa Syrah to its "Relentless" Winemaker
Moderate Drinking Does Not Reduce Chance of Pregnancy, Study Finds
Euro Switch Has Little Impact on Wine Prices
Out, Damned Spot! UC Davis Studies Most Effective Wine-Stain Removers
Napa Winemaker Creates an Outstanding Syrah in France


Sonoma's Little Secret
Do I Contradict Myself?
Let Them Eat Cheese


Charity Auctions in 2001 Topple Records - Every event in Top 10 raises at least $1 million
2001 Commercial Auctions Total $95 Million
Wine Tops Investment Collectible List Over Past Five Years

The Buying Guide

The Buying Guide for this issue is available here.

WineRatings+ app: Download now for 340,000+ ratings.