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  1. In no field of endeavor is the friction between tradition and innovation more evident than in the making of fine wine; and no label presides more completely over past and future than Dom Pérignon,...
  2. Pedigree, rather than taste, is often the decisive factor in the commercial success of a fine wine. Nowhere perhaps is this more true than in Champagne. No matter how delicate their texture or subtle...
  3. In the world of fine wine, no name is more pervasive than that of Michel Rolland, the oenologist from Bordeaux who has not only profoundly influenced the style of winemaking in that region but also...
  4. Scottish themes abound in the nomenclature of Torbreck, the celebrated Australian winery founded in 1994 by David Powell, who once plied his hand as a lumberjack in a forest in Scotland of the same...
  5. Take a clsoer look at the William Cole Vineyards Ten Cabernet Sauvignon and the Expresiones del Corazón collection.
  6. Four years ago, the Antique Wine Co. ( www.antique-wine.com ) of London unveiled the first installment in its Grand Château Series, a rare release of 18 bottles of the best vintages produced by...
  7. The Heidsieck name has been intimately associated with Champagne since 1785, when Florens-Louis Heidsieck established Heidsieck & Co. in Reims. Champagne Charles Heidsieck was founded in 1851 by...
  8. In the cellar and in his life, Richard Geoffroy manages to blend contrasts and contradictions into graceful unities. Born in Champagne’s Côte des Blancs region to a family whose members had been...
  9. Unlike other collecting categories, where a newcomer might already have an appreciation for the most sought-after items, fine wine is a category closely linked to collectors’ previous experiences and...
  10. In 1755, when Armand de Vignerot du Plessis, third Duke of Richelieu and marshal of France, was taken ill while in Guienne, a physician prescribed liberal doses of a certain red wine from Bordeaux...

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