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  1. What About the Workers? Why Wine Certifications Don’t Go Far Enough

    What About the Workers? Why Wine Certifications Don’t Go Far Enough

    Certification protects the consumer from dubious marketing claims (clean wine), as well as importers who are reliant on the honesty of their producers but does it go far enough? The next task must be a social contract between winery owners and their staff and communities for fair working conditions.
  2. Marina Marcarino of Punset Winery in Piedmont and the Agronomic Philosophy of Manasobu Fukuoka

    Marina Marcarino of Punset Winery in Piedmont and the Agronomic Philosophy of Manasobu Fukuoka

    "In the year 2007, I fell in love with Masanobu Fukuoka and I decided to add to the agriculture of not doing. The agriculture of not doing is not working. It is just the not impacting with nature, allowing nature to do its own job."
  3. Roberta Bricolo of Cantina Gorgo Carries on Her Family's Dream

    Roberta Bricolo of Cantina Gorgo Carries on Her Family's Dream

    "Wine must be loved not because our life depends on it, but because it makes it more pleasant, more intense, more interesting." Roberta Bricolo, Gorgo Winery
  4. The Native Grapes of Umbria: Luca Baccarelli of Roccafiore

    The Native Grapes of Umbria: Luca Baccarelli of Roccafiore

    "...we can offer a kind of new proposal of wines, offering new varieties because the indigenous varieties from Umbria are almost unknown in the shadow of the big Tuscany wines or maybe other wines from Italy. So for many reasons Umbria is really interesting." Luca Baccarelli
  5. Celler Vall Llach: Started As A Social Project, Now Producing Award Winning Priorat Wine

    Celler Vall Llach: Started As A Social Project, Now Producing Award Winning Priorat Wine

    "After Mr. Llach started to live in Porrera, he decided to do something for the town and that’s how Vall Llach, the social project, was born. He and my father started this project only to help the people in town." Winemaker Albert Costa
  6. RAW WINE: A place to feel the pulse of natural wine

    RAW WINE: A place to feel the pulse of natural wine

    RAW WINE fairs are returning to North America in November! This is your chance to meet, taste and learn from the people and bottles that in many ways define our cultural moment in wine.
  7. Garbinada Wind and Llicorella Soil Make Mas d’en Gil Stand out from The Crowd in Priorat

    Garbinada Wind and Llicorella Soil Make Mas d’en Gil Stand out from The Crowd in Priorat

    "When people think of Mas d’en Gil, they look at us as a reference, a specific style that people are looking for, and we would like to keep the flame. But in the meantime, we are not afraid to make changes." -Antón Lorenzo
  8. Francesco Bordini: Rising Star Making Terroir-Driven Sangiovese in Modigliana

    Francesco Bordini: Rising Star Making Terroir-Driven Sangiovese in Modigliana

    An interview with rising star winemaker Francesco Bordini of Villa Papiano in Emilia-Romagna, Italy.
  9. 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.
  10. Di Legami: Stylish Sicilian Wine With Organic Native Grapes

    Di Legami: Stylish Sicilian Wine With Organic Native Grapes

    Di Legami is a small family winery in the Trapani area of Sicily. Headed up by winemaker Sebastiano Polinas and owners Giuseppe and Gabriella Di Legami they farm 45 hectares of vines are all tended to organically and harvested by hand.
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