"A number of restaurants around the U.S. have extensive collections of older wines they have kept well for a long time and have not marked up aggressively as the years have gone on."
- “We weren’t trying to imitate anything. It turned out to taste quite a lot like Corton-Charlemagne, but that was incidental.” Mike Chelini talking to Dorothy Gaiter
- "These wines are reintroducing America to a style of wine that went dormant for a long time," she explained. "They're reminding people that there's a different way to make Chardonnay." - Sarah McCrea