Monthly Archives: March 2019

  1. Jasper Riddle of Noisy Water Winery Steps Up to the Plate for New Mexico Wine

    Jasper Riddle of Noisy Water Winery Steps Up to the Plate for New Mexico Wine

    "There's been a growth and an explosion of New Mexico wines. There's a lot of exciting things going on." -Jasper Riddle
  2. A Napa Valley Travelogue, Anniversary Broken-Toe Edition

    A Napa Valley Travelogue, Anniversary Broken-Toe Edition

    "...a tiny slice of Napa as seen through our eyes, as visitors for almost 45 years." Dorothy J. Gaiter and John Brecher
  3. Weingut Roterfaden: A Bright Red Line Through Württemberg's Wine

    Weingut Roterfaden: A Bright Red Line Through Württemberg's Wine

    Talk to people with on-the-ground knowledge of the southern German wine scene and one name comes up again and again. A red thread, you could say, through the conversation about what's happening in German wine today.
  4. Renato Fenocchio Showing the Potential of Barbaresco

    Renato Fenocchio Showing the Potential of Barbaresco

    "Renato always told me that if the girls were raised with us then they could see the grapes from when they were flowers. Of course the girls wanted to taste the grapes and we could not say that they are poison and you can't eat them." Milva Fenocchio
  5. The Italian Wine Podcast Turns Two

    The Italian Wine Podcast Turns Two

    Monty Waldin's Italian Wine Podcast has just turned two. Check it out!
  6. Celler Vall Llach: Started As A Social Project, Now Producing Award Winning Priorat Wine

    Celler Vall Llach: Started As A Social Project, Now Producing Award Winning Priorat Wine

    "After Mr. Llach started to live in Porrera, he decided to do something for the town and that’s how Vall Llach, the social project, was born. He and my father started this project only to help the people in town." Winemaker Albert Costa
  7. Jochen Beurer: Power and Vision in Germany’s Most Dynamic Wine Region

    Jochen Beurer: Power and Vision in Germany’s Most Dynamic Wine Region

    Württemberg, long the sleeping giant of German wine, is suddenly wide awake. Jochen Beurer’s ideas are inspiring a generation of young producers to reimagine what’s possible in the “Trollinger Republik.”
  8. Diamond Creek ’78 and Riesling’s ‘Benjamin Button Act’: Secrets of Aging

    Diamond Creek ’78 and Riesling’s ‘Benjamin Button Act’: Secrets of Aging

    "We enjoy older wines because we feel that if you pay attention, you’ll notice that they’re more likely to change dramatically in the glass as you drink them." Dorothy J. Gaiter and John Brecher
  9. The Soulful Wines of Bruno De Conciliis

    The Soulful Wines of Bruno De Conciliis

    "Everybody that works with me, the first word I listen to and the last each day is respect. To me there's nothing, nothing, nothing else. So when we grow, when we work in the field, we respect the present and the future of our land." Bruno De Conciliis
  10. Ross Cobb of Cobb Wines Proves That Harsh Weather Conditions Can Make Beautiful Pinot Noir

    Ross Cobb of Cobb Wines Proves That Harsh Weather Conditions Can Make Beautiful Pinot Noir

    "Wine is so cool, especially Pinot Noir that translates the climate, the vintage, the soil and the vineyard management into the wine." - Ross Cobb talks terroir
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