Monthly Archives: March 2021

  1. Diora Rosé: Winemaking With a Large Palette; Two Vintages, Two Strikingly Different Blends

    Diora Rosé: Winemaking With a Large Palette; Two Vintages, Two Strikingly Different Blends

    We’ve been told for years and we’ve even written it: Good wines are made in the vineyard. It’s all about the place, the terroir and, yes, that does exist.
  2. Summiting Mount Etna - The Revitalization of a Volcano's Ancient Viticulture

    Summiting Mount Etna - The Revitalization of a Volcano's Ancient Viticulture

    As the wines of Mount Etna have risen in quality and acclaim over the course of the 21st century, credit is due to the dedicated growers and producers who brave the unforgiving terrain of one of the world's most active volcanoes.
  3. Family, Farming and Fermentation: Interview With Sarah Hedges Goedhart of Hedges Family Estate

    Family, Farming and Fermentation: Interview With Sarah Hedges Goedhart of Hedges Family Estate

    Washington State's Hedges Family Estate, a pioneer of the Red Mountain AVA, is crafting award-winning biodynamic wines.
  4. Made in Terrassenmosel: Sarah Löwenstein of Weingut Heymann-Löwenstein

    Made in Terrassenmosel: Sarah Löwenstein of Weingut Heymann-Löwenstein

    To grow wine on these steep and rocky slopes requires dedication, perseverance, and a standard of hands-on care that is almost unparalleled in modern winemaking.
  5. OTBN in Lockdown: Divorce Wines, Miami Dust and a Perfect Bottle From Costco

    OTBN in Lockdown: Divorce Wines, Miami Dust and a Perfect Bottle From Costco

    Given the state of the world, we never would have guessed this, but Open That Bottle Night 2021 reached new heights, celebrated by wine stores from Massachusetts to Singapore, by wineries from Australia to Tuscany and by shut-in-for-too-long people from Jamaica to Sonoma.
  6. Argentina Beyond Malbec: Interview with Lucia Romero of Dos Minas

    Argentina Beyond Malbec: Interview with Lucia Romero of Dos Minas

    "We want these wines to transport the consumers to our unique desert-like region, and at the same time we want to make wines that are easy to drink and enjoy with friends and family." - Lucia Romero
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