Monthly Archives: February 2021

  1. California's Wineries and Women's Ownership: An Empirical Study

    California's Wineries and Women's Ownership: An Empirical Study

    No formal academic studies to date have addressed the important question of women's ownership of wineries in California, and it seemed to us that it was time to do so.
  2. At the Foot of The Mountains: Interview with "Barologirl" Giulia Negri

    At the Foot of The Mountains: Interview with "Barologirl" Giulia Negri

    Young but wise-beyond-her-years, Giulia Negri talks about finding her footing in Barolo.
  3. Open That Bottle Night: It’s Time for That Turley – or Maybe the Breast Label

    Open That Bottle Night: It’s Time for That Turley – or Maybe the Breast Label

    We’ve heard it over and over during the past year: “Now every night is Open That Bottle Night!” In the midst of such a horrific year, people decided to finally enjoy those bottles of wine that had been just too special to open.
  4. Moonstruck in Alsace: How Biodynamic Winemakers are Connecting the Dots Between Soil and Sky

    Moonstruck in Alsace: How Biodynamic Winemakers are Connecting the Dots Between Soil and Sky

    "Knowing that knowledge cannot know, remains the highest knowledge." -Fourth Century Chinese philosopher Zhuang Zhou
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