Grape Collective talks with winemaker Diane Gualtieri of Château Pas du Cerf and Château Camp Long about the rich rosé history of Provence.
- "Unfortunately, too many wineries treat them as nothing more than cash cows." Dorothy J. Gaiter and John Brecher explore rosé season
- 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.
- At Fattoria Sardi Matteo Giustiniani is making some of Italy's best rosé. After years of experimentation, his extended skin contact, biodynamic wine has become a benchmark for quality rosé. Monty Waldin talks to Giustiniani about his wine journey.
- "Our favorite rosés are those that truly taste pink. They’re not light reds or colorful whites masquerading. They’re proudly pink." Dorothy J. Gaiter
- Grape Collective’s religion is wine, and our latest savior is Giovanni Scarfone, a vigneron who has a small holding (2.5 hectares) in the Faro region of Sicily.
- The concept of seasonal beverages goes back thousands of years, and was particularly popular in Ancient Rome.