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Market Monitor

By: Stephen Tanzer

Recent and impending developments affecting the retail wine market.
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2004 and 2003 White Burgundies

By: Stephen Tanzer

Vintage 2004 brought a return to a more classic style of Burgundy, and long-time fans of these wines will enjoy the highly aromatic fresh fruit, mineral and floral character of the best examples. My annual coverage of white Burgundy also includes in-the-bottle notes on the highly concentrated 2003s. Happily, many wines from this heat wave summer are less exotic than they appeared to be from barrel a year ago.
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Australia, Part Two

By: Josh Raynolds

Josh Raynolds offers notes on nearly 250 more of the best new wines from Down Under.
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The Best New Wines from New Zealand

By: Stephen Tanzer

New Zealand is the fastest-growing wine category in the U.S. market, as consumers increasingly seek out the fruit-driven, crisp wines from New Zealand's temperate, ocean-influenced climate. My report on new releases is heavy on sauvignon blanc and pinot noir, which account up the lion's share of the best bottles I tasted in New Zealand and in New York in recent months.
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The Best New Wines From Spain

By: Stephen Tanzer

Despite the challenges posed by the cool, rainy 2002 growing season and the baking-hot summer of 2003, Spain continues to be one of the top sources of wine value. My annual coverage of these wines, which also includes numerous bottlings from the superb 2001 and 2004 vintages, features a host of world-class wines at remarkably gentle prices.
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