"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
Monthly Archives: September 2020
- September 24, 2020Tags: lisa denning , laura catena , grape collective"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.
- September 18, 2020Positive strides are being made in California's male-dominated wine industry.
Inside a Human Rights Lawyer’s Quest to Become the First Black Master of Wine; "This Is Really About the Journey"September 10, 2020Tags: wset diploma , wine , spottswoode winery“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
- September 04, 2020Tags: wine , spanish wine federation , spanish wine"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