Monthly Archives: July 2022

  1. The Black Wine Guy Experience: Packing 50 Lives into 54 Years

    The Black Wine Guy Experience: Packing 50 Lives into 54 Years

    Who is MJ Towler? And a second question: How does he do what he does so well?

  2. Charlie Holland of Gusbourne Winery on The Challenges and Rewards of Making Wine in England

    Charlie Holland of Gusbourne Winery on The Challenges and Rewards of Making Wine in England

    “The notion of English sparkling wine surprises many Americans,” says Eric Asimov in The New York Times, “who still hold the notion of Br...

  3. Rosé, Seriously: Faith Plays a Role In Cain’s First Blush

    Rosé, Seriously: Faith Plays a Role In Cain’s First Blush

    Next time you’re gulping a rosé, maybe when you’re into the second glass, stop for a second and ponder this question: Why don’t we take rosé more seriously?

    We have tasted many rosés recently and have conducted broad bl...

  4. Ivana Radikon: Friuli Collio  and the Orange Wine Revolution

    Ivana Radikon: Friuli Collio and the Orange Wine Revolution

    " Their wines astound for their purity, their distinctiveness and their almost radical evocation of a pre-modern age."

    Eric Asimov, New York Times

    Collio is home to some of the world's great skin contact wines. "Collio" is taken from the word ...

  5. País in Chile, Mission in L.A.: Everything Old Is New Again

    País in Chile, Mission in L.A.: Everything Old Is New Again

    We hopped the M10 to attend a tasting in Harlem recently. We had no idea the bus would transport us to a different time. We were on our way to sample wines from Chile. Among the wineries represented, one named Santa Rosa de Lavaderos, from the Maule Valley in central Chile, was offering a vertical – 2018, 2020, 2022 – of its País. País? We rushed over.

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