Monthly Archives: July 2019

  1. Women Winemakers in the Piemonte-Langhe: The "Curse" Upended

    Women Winemakers in the Piemonte-Langhe: The "Curse" Upended

    We study women winemakers in major wine regions and what facilitates their success in the male-dominated field of winemaking. Reporting on prominent international wine regions where women are receiving increased recognition as winemakers is of particular interest.
  2. Four Champagnes and a Baby: A Journey Leads to an $8,400 Box of Salon le Mesnil

    Four Champagnes and a Baby: A Journey Leads to an $8,400 Box of Salon le Mesnil

    How special is this wine? In the book “A Scent of Champagne,” Richard Juhlin writes simply: “Salon is the connoisseurs’ most sought after Champagne.”
  3. Living Soils, Living Vessels, Living Wines: The Bottled Philosophy of Weingut Heinrich

    Living Soils, Living Vessels, Living Wines: The Bottled Philosophy of Weingut Heinrich

    Gernot and Heike Heinrich have fully embraced biodynamics, amphora, and skin ferments as ways of expressing "sense of place" in their corner of Burgenland, Austria.
  4. News Flash: Heitz Will Split Itself to Return to Its (Vineyard) Roots

    News Flash: Heitz Will Split Itself to Return to Its (Vineyard) Roots

    “What is Heitz’s legacy and what do we want to be known for? We’re going back to that. Single-vineyard wines is our focus and everything else takes a back seat.” Carlton McCoy Jr.
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