Monthly Archives: September 2020

  1. Oregon Wine Pioneer Susan Sokol Blosser on ‘the Apocalypse,’ Rage Baking – and Optimism

    Oregon Wine Pioneer Susan Sokol Blosser on ‘the Apocalypse,’ Rage Baking – and Optimism

    "Well, we’re doing well, but Mother Nature has stopped sending us gentle hints. She’s really smacked us on the side of our heads to get our attention." Susan Sokol Blosser
  2. Laura Catena's Gold in the Vineyards: A Celebration of The World's Most Iconic Wineries

    Laura Catena's Gold in the Vineyards: A Celebration of The World's Most Iconic Wineries

    "I chose wines that had somehow achieved 'otherworldy' fame, and which had particularly visionary owners and family stories." -Laura Catena on the wines included in her book.
  3. Inside a Human Rights Lawyer’s Quest to Become the First Black Master of Wine; "This Is Really About the Journey"

    Inside a Human Rights Lawyer’s Quest to Become the First Black Master of Wine; "This Is Really About the Journey"

    “To some extent, credentials help. While it’s encouraging that the industry seems to be taking a closer look at deep seated biases, we have not advanced far enough for people to be afforded the same opportunities simply based on their abilities and enthusiasm.” Angela Scott
  4. The Changing Perception of Cava: An interview with Javier Pagés, President of DO Cava

    The Changing Perception of Cava: An interview with Javier Pagés, President of DO Cava

    "In the end, we are a serious region making great wines out of our vineyards and territory, with a very complex method, costly and rigorous, that makes great quality wines." Javier Pagés, president of the Cava DO
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