Monthly Archives: May 2018

  1. Mladen Rozanic of Roxanich on natural winemaking in Istria, Croatia

    Mladen Rozanic of Roxanich on natural winemaking in Istria, Croatia

    "I would say, specifically in this type of industry, we lost individualism. So everything was collective, everything was common. So it wouldn't be wrong if I say we had a white wine and a red wine and it was then sold under different labels." Mladen Rozanic of Roxanich
  2. Laurent Bernard De La Gatinais of Tenuta Rapitalà On The Winemaking Renaissance In Sicily

    Laurent Bernard De La Gatinais of Tenuta Rapitalà On The Winemaking Renaissance In Sicily

    "Sicily has become a modern, trendy region with a fantastic offer in terms of diversity, quality, know-how in vinification and vineyard cultivation." Count Laurent Bernard de la Gatinais in conversation with Lisa Denning
  3. Seven Rosés From $9 to Buy Now – and Maybe One for a Wedding

    Seven Rosés From $9 to Buy Now – and Maybe One for a Wedding

    "Unfortunately, too many wineries treat them as nothing more than cash cows." Dorothy J. Gaiter and John Brecher explore rosé season
  4. Frank Gonzalez of Spain's Juan Gil on value winemaking

    Frank Gonzalez of Spain's Juan Gil on value winemaking

    "You know majority, I think probably about 90% of all the grapes that we use are old vine. That's pretty impressive." Frank Gonzalez of Juan Gil talks old vine Monastrell
  5. The Charm of La Gironda in Nizza Monteferrato

    The Charm of La Gironda in Nizza Monteferrato

    "Nizza is also a “core zone” of the Langhe-Roero and Monferrato vineyard landscape, declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 2015, and possibly represents the part that is less well-known (for now!), but definitely unspoiled and authentic." -Susanna Galandrino
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