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In the Sept. 15, 2002 Issue

Great Wines of Tuscany


Italian Regional Cooking—American Style - A long way from pasta with tomato sauce, authentic Italian cuisine comes in many delicious forms
Slim Pickings for California Pinot Noir - More single-vineyard wines at higher prices mark the mixed 2000 vintage
Feedback: Opinions and Trends in Wine - Critic-Proof Wines
Southern California'sWine Country Getaway - Santa Barbara County marries rustic charm with sophisticated pleasures
Santa Barbara's Future Is Now - Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Syrah lead the way in California's South Coast
Rediscovering Rice - There's more to rice than white or pilaf. Just ask the rest of the world
The Heart of Italy - An insider's guide to the land, the people and the great wines
The Super Tuscans - In an Italian paradox, Tuscany's most impressive wines carry a humble appellation
Brunello di Montalcino - Tuscany's most famous wine region produces Sangiovese at its best
Chianti Classico - A new generation delivers world-class wines
Tuscany's Best Values - In addition to its expensive prestige wines, this vast region offers plenty of good buys


Joseph Phelps Vineyards Heads to Sonoma - Napa-based producer eyes new winery for Chardonnay and Pinot Noir
Christian Bizot of Champagne Bollinger Dies
Federal Judge Overturns Texas' Shipping Laws
Napa Valley Vintners Move to New Zealand
La Cuvée Wine Bar Livens Up Long Island's Wine Country
New Wines, New Faces - The Insider: Beringer Veteran Launches Own Napa Brand


Credibility Gaps
The Great New Wines of Tuscany


Sonoma's Bounty Displayed at 22nd Annual Showcase of Wine & Food - Auction raises $31,000 more than in previous year
Auction Prices Hold Firm for Classic Collectibles - California cults reflect Dow's woes
Morrell & Co. Snares $8 Million Cellar and Eliminates Consignor's Fee

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