#64: Southern Hemisphere Wine Issue
- Profile: How a neighborhood restaurant has been able to introduce its clientele to its “uptown” wine program
- Special Report: The wines of New Zealand are beginning to gain notoriety in the USA
- Notebook: An enormous amount of wine activity is taking place in the Southern Hemisphere
- 59 Wines Recommended
Below is a summary of issue #64, published in March/April 1998. This issue is available for purchase online by clicking “Add to Cart” below.
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How a neighborhood restaurant has been able to introduce its clientele to its “uptown” wine program–and earn their accolades, while increasing sales nearly 50%…
The wines of New Zealand are beginning to gain notoriety in the USA. Are they worth seeking out? Or, are the wines over-hyped? Find out in this exclusive report by Master of Wine Ronn Wiegand…
An enormous amount of wine activity is taking place in the Southern Hemisphere. Isn’t it time we recognized that the torch is being passed from the New World to the Southern Hemisphere?
59 top rated New Zealand wines, including Sauvingon Blancs, Chardonnays, Rieslings, Merlots, and Cabernet Sauvignons… Remarkable releases from the Carneros district… A terrific Italian Sangiovese for less than $11… Great values continue to arrive from Australia, including a $12 Pinot Noir…