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    Why Lyle Railsback left his dream job at Kermit Lynch to become an entrepreneur

    "One time in Collioure, our grower had paid a diver to go bring up sea urchins, and they had a whole box of sea urchins. So he stood there and shucked the sea urchins and drank Collioure Blanc." Lyle Railsback on some of the magical moments working for Kermit Lynch

  2. Understanding Beaujolais: Thibaut Girin of Domaine Girin

    Understanding Beaujolais: Thibaut Girin of Domaine Girin

    "The region has made its fame thanks to Beaujolais Nouveau, and for some years, thanks to the work and experience of the winemakers, the Beaujolais are also long-keeping wine, who only want to showcase themselves and give to consumers pleasure all year round." Thibaut Girin
  3. Uncorking a Classic: 1947 Chateau Haut-Brion

    Uncorking a Classic: 1947 Chateau Haut-Brion

    "Wafts of tobacco, dried fruit compote, tea leaves; beauty, just ephemeral, fleeting beauty."
  4. Crozes-Hermitage, A Truly Budget-Friendly and Delicious Wine from the Northern Rhône

    Crozes-Hermitage, A Truly Budget-Friendly and Delicious Wine from the Northern Rhône

    Crozes-Hermitage, the largest wine appellation in the Northern Rhône, and the wines of Domaine Les Bruyeres.
  5. Pascal Jolivet On Using Instincts To Make Wine

    Pascal Jolivet On Using Instincts To Make Wine

    By doing the opposite of "what he was supposed to do" Pascal Jolivet is creating pure, terroir-driven Loire Valley wines.
  6. Wine of the Cévennes: Le Cigalois

    Wine of the Cévennes: Le Cigalois

    La Terrasses Cèvenoles, a cooperative started in 1951, in the foothills of the southern range of these mountains, where the Mediterranean climate makes for a good growing region, produces a rosé and a red. Both are tank fermented and aged.
  7. Cheverny, A Hidden Gem You Should Know About

    Cheverny, A Hidden Gem You Should Know About

    Cheverny, a wine sub-region located in Touraine, Loire Valley, mainly produces dry whites, light reds and rose. It received AOC status in 1993 and has 24 communes in the Loir-et-Cher department spread over 532 hectares.
  8. Saint-Joseph Producer Aurelien Chatagnier

    Saint-Joseph Producer Aurelien Chatagnier

    Domaine Aurelien Chatagnier and a wonderful yet classic example of elegant Syrah from the Northern Rhône.
  9. The Languedoc: Land of Sunshine, Wine and Golf

    The Languedoc: Land of Sunshine, Wine and Golf

    With over 300 days of sunshine each year, the Languedoc is home to an abundance of grape varieties and world-class golf courses.
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