Dorothy Gaiter and John Brecher interview Sta. Rita Hills wine pioneer Richard Sanford.
Monthly Archives: September 2018
- Richard Sanford was a Naval officer during the Vietnam War. A shipmate named Scott Wine introduced him to Volnay which led to a wine journey that ended with him being inducted into the Vintners Hall of Fame by the Culinary Institute of America. By Dorothy J. Gaiter and John Brecher.
- Some of the best Galician wines are being made in this historic winemaking area.
- "My preferred way to view it is to go back to the original French term, which was "vin naturel," which just basically means, like, "plain wine," not worked over too much, you know?" Hank Beckmayer of La Clarine Farm on natural wine
- "Thanks to today’s wide world of wine, we were able to travel from the Hotel California to Hungary in a single delicious evening." Dorothy J. Gaiter and John Brecher
- From teetotalling male model to owner of the largest importer of South African wines in the US, Andre Shearer talks with Lisa Denning about the amazing journey he's been on.
- "He's been everything from a Green Beret Army paratrooper to a gymnast to a scuba diving instructor to an undercover narcotic agent in New York City." Eddie O'Keefe on his father's background prior to planting Riesling in Michigan in 1974