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March/April 2001
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Market Monitor

By: Stephen Tanzer

Recent and impending developments affecting the retail wine market:
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1999 and 1998 Red Burgundies

By: Stephen Tanzer

These two very good to excellent vintages offer something for every Burgundy lover: utterly captivating, fruit-driven '99s with enticing sugar/acid balance and considerable early appeal, and concentrated, more classically structured '98s that should evolve slowly.
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Oregon Pinot Noir Update

By: Stephen Tanzer

My annual coverage of Oregon's pinot noirs covers two highly successful vintages (1998 and 1999) in which more excellent wines were made than ever before.
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Best New Table Wines from Portugal

By: Stephen Tanzer

Portugal's distinctive, food-friendly wines, many from indigenous varieties, continue to offer very good value, and are a refreshing change of pace from the same old cabernets, merlots and chardonnays.
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Mea Culpa

By: Stephen Tanzer

Due to an error by the editor, publisher and chief glass-washer of this journal, page 31 of Issue 94 was replaced by page 31 of an old issue of the IWC.
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New Releases from Chile

By: Stephen Tanzer

My annual look at Chile highlights the best of a weak lot of current releases, many from the washout El Nino year of 1998.
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