Monthly Archives: January 2017

  1. Savuto, a Southern Italian Gem

    Savuto, a Southern Italian Gem

    Calabria has more than 170 different native grape varieties, about 80 of which are unique to the region. Savuto - the name is related to "sanutum,” which meant “healthy” or “sane.”
  2. Joe Campanale: From serving wine to making wine

    Joe Campanale: From serving wine to making wine

    "I didn't want it to be so funky and so out there where I wanted people who didn't care about natural wines to still be able to appreciate the wine, just for being a delicious, pretty, pure wine." Joe Campanale
  3. Into the Unknown: Ezio Voyat Wines

    Into the Unknown: Ezio Voyat Wines

    There is a good chance that you have never heard of Ezio Voyat (rightfully so). Most people haven’t -- the wine is very rare, hardly any stores carry it, and allocation is so sparse that years can go by without it arriving to the US. What’s the fuss?
  4. Organic Brunello Pioneer Francesco Leanza

    Organic Brunello Pioneer Francesco Leanza

    "We must focus on hundreds of different Brunellos, from hundreds of difference vineyards, from hundreds of different cru and terroirs. We must produce different wines from this unique place." Francesco Leanza in conversation with Monty Waldin
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