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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. Wine Pioneer Steve Edmunds On Making Joyous Wines That Grab You

    Wine Pioneer Steve Edmunds On Making Joyous Wines That Grab You

    "Cru Beaujolais ... just the smell of that wine would make me feel so happy ... jolly right down to my bones and that was the source of the play on Beaujolais, the Bone-Jolly thing" -Steve Edmunds on how he came up with the name for his gamay-based wine.
  3. The Origins of Natural Wine: A Conversation with Camille Lapierre and Jean Foillard

    The Origins of Natural Wine: A Conversation with Camille Lapierre and Jean Foillard

    Camille Lapierre and Jean Foillard discuss the origins and doctrine of natural wine.
  4. Champalou Vouvray: What I'm Loving Now, Act One, Scene One

    Champalou Vouvray: What I'm Loving Now, Act One, Scene One

    Discover the unique and delicious Champalou Chenin Blancs from Vouvray.
  5. Anthony Lynch The Next Generation at Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant

    Anthony Lynch The Next Generation at Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant

    "Other certain trends like orange wines or natural wines, they're also fascinating, really amazing wines to be tasted. But, often these sort of trends can overpower the notion of tradition and of terroir and diversity in all the wines that are being made in the world." - Anthony Lynch
  6. Fattoria Moretto and the Growth of Artisan Lambrusco

    Fattoria Moretto and the Growth of Artisan Lambrusco

    Not your father's Lambrusco! Fattoria Moretto is part of a wave of artisan Lambrusco producers who are making super interesting wines.
  7. Daniel Brunier On The State Of Châteauneuf-du-Pape

    Daniel Brunier On The State Of Châteauneuf-du-Pape

    "We don't do filtration. We don't do fining. We don't use a selected yeast. We don't use selected bacteria. We don't use anything, so it's very natural wine." Daniel Brunier
  8. With Wine, Endless Treasures Await

    With Wine, Endless Treasures Await

    The United States is home to more than 8,000 wineries. Three in four produce fewer than 5,000 cases per year; about 50 percent produce fewer than 500,000 cases.
  9. Beaujolais: The Greatest Secret in Wine

    Beaujolais: The Greatest Secret in Wine

    Consumers seeking compelling reds from Burgundy instead of Beaujolais once paid a premium of about 25 percent, today's consumers can expect to pay a premium of 400 percent.
  10. Importer Profiles: Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant

    Importer Profiles: Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant

    Get to know the Kermit Lynch portfolio
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