Eduardo Torres Acosta took the bold move of moving from his home in Tenerife to Sicily and is a making animated, terroir focused wines on the north side of Mt. Etna.
Monthly Archives: October 2019
- “Traveling around the world, we have seen a lot of curiosity around Pinotage. When well made, it is an extremely food-friendly crowd-pleasing wine.” -José Condé, general manager of M.A.N. and Lievland wineries
- "The authorities, the academics, had warned us that we would never get red wine grapes ripe in that climate, and way too cool they said, way too cool." Michael Benedict
- "I believe wine in a bottle is capturing the geography and geology of a specific area at a period of time. We try our best to capture the expression of the terroir as much as possible." Luke O’Cuinneagain
- To help me explain why, I asked for help from my friend, Walter Speller. Walter is the Italian Wine Specialist at the Jancis Robinson publication and has great command over Italian wine knowledge, yet he describes his insights with playful banter and intimacy.
- "...descriptors do not do this wine justice. It is so elegant, so complex, so precise and so endlessly fascinating to us that John actually called it “infinite,” which is probably the only time he’s used that word in 46 years of tasting." Dorothy J. Gaiter
- "We are lucky to be in this place because the land is the point where everything starts." Matteo Soria
- Andrew Chalk explores grape growing and wine making at Tolosa in California's Edna Valley.
- "Puglia has the attention of the market worldwide and we are focusing on improving our winemaking and viticulture. The best wines are yet to come." Mauro di Maggio, Managing Director of San Marzano Winery