Monthly Archives: July 2018

  1. Château Roquefeuille Stands Out From The Crowd Of Provence Rosé

    Château Roquefeuille Stands Out From The Crowd Of Provence Rosé

    Winemaker Lea Rouyet's passion for Grenache shines through brilliantly in her rosés.
  2. Éric Texier on making natural wine in the northern Rhône

    Éric Texier on making natural wine in the northern Rhône

    "For me as a traditionalist, as a traditional natural winemaker, it's just going back to what was done, let's say, before the industrialization of the food industry and wine producing." Éric Texier
  3. Paumanok Vineyards to Acquire Palmer Vineyards on Long Island

    Paumanok Vineyards to Acquire Palmer Vineyards on Long Island

    "The acquisition of Palmer Vineyards makes sense for Paumanok on several levels. It gives us a much needed presence on Sound Avenue. Geographically, it is located very close to Paumanok which will make the logistics of running the two operations smoother." Charles Massoud, Paumanok Vineyards
  4. It’s a French Barrel. No, It’s an American Barrel. It’s Both! A Rioja Story

    It’s a French Barrel. No, It’s an American Barrel. It’s Both! A Rioja Story

    "Winemakers and their barrels. Get them started on the subject and it’s hard to get them to stop. For good reason. In influencing the taste and style of wine, the choice of oak barrels is like painters having additional colors." Dorothy J. Gaiter and John Brecher
  5. Inside the Wines and Mind of Bellwether’s Kris Matthewson

    Inside the Wines and Mind of Bellwether’s Kris Matthewson

    "I think you need to be able to see what you're doing in winemaking way ahead of when it actually happens." Kris Matthewson
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