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March/April 2004
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Market Monitor

By: Stephen Tanzer

Recent and impending developments affecting the retail wine market.
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2002 and 2001 Red Burgundies

By: Stephen Tanzer

The gloriously ripe and silky 2002s are going to captivate even Burgundy neophytes, but long-time Burgundy veterans will not want to miss the more classic, if more austere, 2001s. Both vintages are addressed in depth in the IWC's most extensive coverage yet of red Burgundy.
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2002 Loire Valley Sauvignon Blancs

By: Stephen Tanzer

Why look for cheaper alternatives to Loire Valley sauvignon blanc when the 2002 vintage yielded so many stunning values in Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé?
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Oregon Pinot Noir Update

By: Stephen Tanzer

Only a handful of Oregon's producers made 2001 pinot noirs with real flavor authority, but my early look at the 2002s suggests that this will be one of Oregon's most successful pinot noir vintages to date.
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Languedoc/Roussillon 2001

By: Stephen Tanzer

Vintage 2001 was as spectacular a year across France's Mediterranean rim as it was in Châteauneuf du Pape, with the best wines offering flamboyant ripeness combined with unusual freshness and spine. Best of all, values abound.
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