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by Fred McMillin
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|12th||-||Fog Mountain Chardonnay, Boisset, 2000, $8|
|11th||-||Mellow Yellow Red, Van der Vijver, NV, $14|
|10th||-||Emeril's Classic Red, 2000, $13|
|9th||-||Shale Ridge (Lockwood) Cabernet Sauvignon, 2001, $8|
|8th||-||Novella Cabernet Sauvignon, Central Coast, 2000, $11|
|7th||-||Amusant Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, 2001, $30|
|6th||-||Black Coyote Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, 2000, $25|
|5th||-||Graeser Diamond Mountain Red, 1999, $28|
|4th||-||Chameleon Cellars Napa Valley Merlot, 2000, $23|
|3rd||-||Sunset Cellars Potter Valley Zinfandel, 2000, $18|
|2nd||-||Charles Creek Sonrisa Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, 2001, $26|
And we're number one!
|1st||-||Domaine Alfred Califa Pinot Noir, 2000, $42|
What category of wines won the most places on the list? Napa Valley Cabs...so what's new?
About the Writer
Fred McMillin, a veteran wine writer, has taught wine history for 30 years on three continents. For information about the wine courses he teaches every month at either San Francisco State University or San Francisco City College (Fort Mason Division), please fax him at (415) 567-4468.
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