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Market Monitor

By: Stephen Tanzer

Recent and impending developments affecting the retail wine market.
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2000 and 1999 White Burgundies

By: Stephen Tanzer

Chardonnay on the Cote de Beaune miraculously withstood a potentially damaging storm at the beginning of the 2000 harvest, and the region produced its second consecutive highly successful crop of wines.
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New Releases from Washington State

By: Stephen Tanzer

The favorable harvest conditions of '98 and '99 yielded more outstanding wine than ever before, and in my latest round of tastings I was struck by the growing number of Washington State merlots, cabernets and syrahs that successfully combine assertive New World flavors and Old World savoir-faire.
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Three Vertical Tastings

By: Stephen Tanzer

This special feature spotlights Mauro Mascarello's classic, traditionally made Barolo Monprivato, Hugel's Riesling Vendange Tardive back to 1935, and Quilceda Creek's ever-evolving Cabernet Sauvignon.
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Current Releases from New Zealand

By: Stephen Tanzer

New Zealand's vibrant, food-friendly white wines, particularly sauvignon blancs, are better value than ever before, as prices have remained essentially unchanged in export markets in recent years.
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The Forecast for Tokaj

By: David Schildknecht

Following a string of difficult vintages, Hungary's Tokaj region was blessed with back-to-back botrytis-rich harvests in 1999 and 2000.
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