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  1. The high-tension sport of racecar driving would seem to have little to do with the art of transforming humble grapes into wine sufficiently tantalizing to seduce the nose and palate of even the most...
  2. The Trimbach family has owned Clos Sainte-Hune in the Alsace region of France for more than 200 years, but the Trimbachs did not produce a single-vineyard wine from its yields until 1919. Today, the...
  3. Louis Roederer 1999 Cristal Rosé Champagne Although the rosé version of Roederer Cristal is not a white wine per se, its inclusion here indicates just how important rosé Champagne has become in the...
  4. Tenuta dell’Ornellaia 2004 Masseto, Toscana As will happen to an exclusive product when it becomes more abundant, Super Tuscans have lost some of the cachet they had two decades ago, before Bordeaux...
  5. The recent surge of residential development in downtown Seattle is part of mayor Greg Nickel’s plan to create a vibrant, walkable urban core. The Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Seattle (...
  6. Mandarin Oriental Tower, Chicago For nearly a decade, Palladian Development operated its one-acre parcel of land between Chicago’s East Lake and East Wacker streets as a parking lot. With the 2004...
  7. Facilities at the Turks & Caicos Sporting Club (877.815.1300, www.tc-sportingclub.com ) include a 100-slip marina, stables, a 5,700-foot-long jet strip with customs and immigration services, a...
  8. The new Poro Poro community on Costa Rica’s Papagayo Peninsula demonstrates how Exclusive Resorts (800.447.8988, www.exclusiveresorts.com ) distinguishes itself from every other destination club...
  9. Yellowstone Club Few golf courses present the opportunity to stand on the side of a mountain, at an elevation of 7,500 feet, and tee off across a canyon while praying that your ball sticks on an...
  10. Solstice In what went down as the year of the great shake-up in the destination club industry, one major player, Tanner & Haley, filed for bankruptcy, while other top clubs scrambled to...

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