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In the Oct. 15, 2004 Issue

Wine & Health

Cover Story

Wine and a Healthy Lifestyle - How moderate wine consumption can help us stay healthy and live longer


Peaks and Valleys for California Merlot - 2001 isn't the outstanding vintage many expected, but some exciting wines were made
Washington's Big Mo - Quality gains momentum at wineries big and small
Wine Padre - Sonoma-born Kevin Towers spends his days running the San Diego Padres but always makes a pitch for wine
Honoring Julia Child - She taught the pleasures of cooking, eating and drinking wine
Seattle's Wine Country - A diverse urban setting is home to some of Washington's best wineries
Blowing Smoke - An ancient preservative is still valued for flavor
A New Gastronomic Center - The Ferry Building Marketplace combines produce and dining under one roof
The New Northwest - Seattle cuisine brings European flavors into the fold
Mapping Wine's Benefits - Research shows that moderate wine consumption can have positive effects on many parts of the human body


Wineries Reach Out to Hispanics - U.S. companies ty Spanish-language marketing and special bottlings
Court Rules That California Can Require Napa-Named Wines to Come From Napa
Cava or Champagne? New Test May Be Used to Detect Wine Fraud
The King of All Bottles


Wine and Health
Parental Advisory
Get It While You Can
New Wines New Faces: Poesia


Sonoma Showcase Flaunts Region's Wine - The annual three-day charity event raises more than $385,000
Inaugural Auction Raises More Than $1 Million for Sonoma's Children

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