Monthly Archives: May 2020

  1. Gideon Beinstock of Clos Saron Talks Cults and Cultivation

    Gideon Beinstock of Clos Saron Talks Cults and Cultivation

    "I'm proud of my work, but I don't take credit for greatness in wine because to me that's the vineyard, because there's no greatness other than the vineyard in wine." Gideon Beinstock
  2. Hidden Treasures for Sale as Restaurants Sell Wine Curbside; Our 1994 Meursault

    Hidden Treasures for Sale as Restaurants Sell Wine Curbside; Our 1994 Meursault

    "A number of restaurants around the U.S. have extensive collections of older wines they have kept well for a long time and have not marked up aggressively as the years have gone on."
  3.  Jacques de Klerk of Radford Dale focusing on site-specific wines in Stellenbosch, South Africa

    Jacques de Klerk of Radford Dale focusing on site-specific wines in Stellenbosch, South Africa

    "We've spent the last 20 years really refining the ethos. And that is site-specific, single-terroir, single-vineyard in some cases, wines of character and immerse drinkability." " Jacques de Klerk Radford Dale
  4. We’ll Always Have Napa: Read This, Then Shut Your Eyes and Imagine

    We’ll Always Have Napa: Read This, Then Shut Your Eyes and Imagine

    "But thinking about Napa gives us and millions of others warm feelings because many of us have had some of the best times of our lives there. Just because we can’t go to Paris right now doesn’t mean we can’t look at pictures of the Eiffel Tower and dream about the day we can."
  5. Bruce Murray of Boundary Breaks: Leaving a life of tech startups for the allure of Finger Lakes Riesling

    Bruce Murray of Boundary Breaks: Leaving a life of tech startups for the allure of Finger Lakes Riesling

    "The best Riesling, historically, have come from Germany, from Austria, from France, and we have climates here that are very similar to those. " Bruce Murray, Boundary Breaks
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