'People have become more wise from a viticultural point of view and then learning to stand back in the cellar. So, if I look at South African wines over the last 10 years, there’s been a monumental shift in quality. It’s insane." Duncan Savage
- "Elgin (Chardonnay) tends to have a little bit more flesh on the bones, a little bit more plumpness that kind of gives you that impression that you see really in Burgundy." Richard Kershaw
- Lucio Canestrari of Fattoria Coroncino, A Winemaking Pioneer in Castelli di Jesi, Italy
- "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
- "Everybody that works with me, the first word I listen to and the last each day is respect. To me there's nothing, nothing, nothing else. So when we grow, when we work in the field, we respect the present and the future of our land." Bruno De Conciliis
- Leclerc Briant, led by biodynamic pioneer Hervé Jestin, is one of only 40 Champagne houses that employs biodynamic practice and the only to age their Champagne underwater.
- Camille Lapierre and Jean Foillard discuss the origins and doctrine of natural wine.
- "Unfortunately, too many wineries treat them as nothing more than cash cows." Dorothy J. Gaiter and John Brecher explore rosé season