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In the July 31, 2003 Issue

California's New Faces

Cover Story

California's New Generation - These aspiring stars are shaping the future in the state's vineyards and cellars
Greg Brewer - Burgundian inspiration in Santa Barbara
Thomas Brown - Quick rise to prominence in Napa
Marc Cuneo - Helping Sebastiani start over
Kris Curran - Planning the next great Pinot Noir
Mat Garretson - Spreading the Rhône gospel
Agustin Huneeus Jr. - Carving his own niche
Brian Loring - Life in the fast lane
Philippe Melka - Stepping from Turley's shadow
Cecilia de Quesada - The art of selling Cabernet
Vanessa Wong - The call fo the wild Sonoma Coast


Languedoc Breakthrough - The 2000 vintages delivers robust reds at bargain prices
Limoux: White Wines Take the Lead
Alsace's Indian Summer - October weather turns trouble into triumph for 2001 harvest
The Importance of Terroir in Alsace - A tasting of Hugel's Riesling Jubilée over a 20-year span reveals a consistency of site
Bandol's Big Reds - Mourvèdre makes a statement in one of France's friendliest wine regions
Lacroix's Second Act - An old-guard Philadelphia chef joins the vanguard
Big Time for Shrimp - A recent abundance of choices from around the world means better flavor
Feedback: Opinions and trends in Wine - Shake, Rattle and Wine
A Golden Vintage - 2001 is outstanding for California Chardonnay


Gambling Rolls into Wine Country - Sonoma wineries argue that casino deals county a bad hand
Turley vs. Bryant: A Breakup Turns Ugly
De Loach Files for Chapter 11
2003 Southern Harvest Snapshots - Some regions shine, some regions struggle
Sales of French Wines Drop
New Wines, New Faces: Lemelson Vineyards


The Winemaker's Wine
New Faces From California, Italy and France
Can You Spare Any Exchange?


Balancing Your Wine Cellar

The Buying Guide

The Buying Guide for this issue is available here.

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