Grape Collective talks with fourth generation Alicia Lini about what makes classic Lambrusco and the challenges of the 'cheap' reputation Lambrusco suffered in the 1970s and 1980s.
Monthly Archives: July 2017
- "We have exactly the same soil as Saint-Émilion, which is limestone and clay for the upper part." Jean de Boigne of Château de Pitray on the qualitative similarities between Côtes de Bordeaux Castillon and its more famous neighbor Saint-Émilion
- "Volcanic deposits, while extremely destructive in the short-term, evolve into rich agricultural soils that provide essential nutrients to plants and crops." Lisa Denning talks volcanic soils with Antonio Capaldo
- Kelby James Russell attended Harvard University receiving his BA in Government with a minor in Economics. Having learned enough to develop a healthy dislike for both disciplines, he returned home to New York's Finger Lakes to master the craft of wine.