#80: Global Wine Issue
- Special Report: Going Global–Imported Wines Appearing More Frequently On-Premise
- Operation Profile: Wine Destination Restaurant 15 Years After
- 169 Wines Recommended
Below is a summary of Restaurant Wine magazine issue #80, published in Nov/Dec 2000. This issue is available for purchase online by clicking “Add to Cart” below.
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Going Global–Imported Wines Appearing More Frequently On-Premise. What is a “global wine program”? Why are global wine lists suddenly in vogue? We answer both questions in this timely, informative report.
Wine Destination Restaurant 15 Years After. This restaurant has maintained its edge and its reputation for 15 years. Here’s how its wine director’s commitment and attention to details keeps its wine program on top.
169 recommended wines from 8 countries, including 15 delicious sparkling wines; the best ’98 California Chardonnay we have tasted; 14 high end California Cabernets; and 6 excellent 1998 Pinot Noirs from California. There are plenty of imported discoveries as well: 6 higher priced Argentinean reds (that will certainly alter your opinion of Argentina’s ultimate potential); 23 of the best new releases from Australia; exceptional French wines (Chablis, Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Anjou Rouge, Pouilly-Fume); 21 German Rieslings from the excellent 1999 vintage; 18 exemplary Italian red wines, from Sicily to Tuscany; and exceptional Sauvignon Blancs and Pinot Noirs from New Zealand.