Elliott Eglash

Elliott Eglash

Elliott Eglash

Elliott Eglash is a writer and editor currently working on his MFA in nonfiction writing at Columbia. His work has appeared in Musée Magazine, The Believer Logger, the Nassau Literary Review, and elsewhere. New to wine writing, he’s been drinking wine since at least age 21. His work can be found at https://elliott-eglash.squarespace.com

  1. Florian Gojer Explores the Compelling Contrasts of Santa Maddalena

    Florian Gojer Explores the Compelling Contrasts of Santa Maddalena

    The Gojers are among the oldest and most respected vintners in Alto Adige—in 1987, Florian Gojer was the first producer in the Santa Maddalena region to bottle a wine from a specific vineyard, Vigna Rondell,

  2. thoroughbred

    Thoroughbred, and Thoroughly Delicious: An Interview with Bill Cromwell of Pinhook

    "Our founder was a sommelier for a long time, so we started to look at whiskey a little bit more like wine." -Bill Cromwell

  3. 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.
  4. Johannes Tiefenbrunner and the High-Altitude Wines of Alto Adige

    Johannes Tiefenbrunner and the High-Altitude Wines of Alto Adige

    "We try to keep the quality we get from the vineyards because, in the cellar, you can't make things better. You can only keep the quality and make the best of it." -Johannes Tiefenbrunner
  5. Loving Tannat: Germán Bruzzone of Bodega Garzón on Uruguay's Wine Evolution

    Loving Tannat: Germán Bruzzone of Bodega Garzón on Uruguay's Wine Evolution

    "In Uruguay, we produce of course strong Tannat with a lot of tannins, but now we are trying not to express that aggressivity, that tannic face, we are trying to express the other face of the Tannat, it's a soft face with good body of course, good personality." -Germán Bruzzone
  6. Campania: Volcanic Wines from Pompeii to Present Day

    Campania: Volcanic Wines from Pompeii to Present Day

    Literal hotbeds of minerality, nutrients, and flavor, volcanoes provide both the basis of many great wines and the occasion for their consumption.
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