Stefanie Harris

Stefanie Harris

Stefanie Harris

Stefanie views wine as the intersection of art and agriculture. Her career in the wine industry feeds the deep curiosity she has about our relationship with the earth and its natural resources, as well as her passion for earnest craftsmanship. Formerly a sommelier at Del Posto in New York, much of her studies have been focused on Italian wine, but she gets enthusiastic about well-made wine from every corner of the world. When she’s not helping people find their new favorite bottle, Stefanie helps run a small, not-for-profit theater company.

  1. Exploring Portugal: Filipa Pato's Soulful Wines

    Exploring Portugal: Filipa Pato's Soulful Wines

    Filipa and her husband, William Wouters, shared with us their passionate dedication to making pure, unadulterated wines in Portugal's Bairrada region.

  2. Santa Barbara's Native Son:  Justin Willett

    Santa Barbara's Native Son: Justin Willett

    Justin talks to us about his most adventurous project to date and what it means to 'tread lightly' on your own home turf. 

  3. "Crystal Clear" - The Alpine Nebbiolos of Ar.Pe.Pe with Isabella Pelizzatti Perego

    "Crystal Clear" - The Alpine Nebbiolos of Ar.Pe.Pe with Isabella Pelizzatti Perego

    A valley surrounded by tall and fearsome mountains'' is how Leonardo Da Vinci described the region of Valtellina in his Codex Atlanticus. Da Vinci (apparently a clandestine w...

  4. 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.
  5. Natural Wines of the Aube: Turning Champagne Upside Down

    Natural Wines of the Aube: Turning Champagne Upside Down

    Grower producers in Champagne's southernmost region are leading the way towards a new set of traditions, ones based on sustainability and more individualized expressions of terroir.
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