winemaking

  1. Bruce Murray of Boundary Breaks: Leaving a life of tech startups for the allure of Finger Lakes Riesling

    Bruce Murray of Boundary Breaks: Leaving a life of tech startups for the allure of Finger Lakes Riesling

    "The best Riesling, historically, have come from Germany, from Austria, from France, and we have climates here that are very similar to those. " Bruce Murray, Boundary Breaks
  2. Thomas Lombard of Champagne Lombard and Terroir Focus in Champagne

    Thomas Lombard of Champagne Lombard and Terroir Focus in Champagne

    "So we want the wine to reach all the potential and we want them to be good enough without sugar added, because sugar hides all these typical aromatics that come from the soil, that come from the terroir." Thomas Lombard on moving away from dosage
  3. Do You Speak Wine Science?

    Do You Speak Wine Science?

    Though the science of wine is a story infrequently told to consumers, the industry has come a long way in adopting rigorous science. Essentially, we have gotten down the basics...
  4. Le Domaine du Bagnol and the Emergence of Cassis

    Le Domaine du Bagnol and the Emergence of Cassis

    Cassis is one of the emerging wine regions in Southern France. Sébastien Genovesi, winemaker at Le Domaine du Bagnol, talks about the rich history of wine in Cassis and the terroir of the region.
  5. The Evolution of Charles Banks

    The Evolution of Charles Banks

    The former Screaming Eagle owner on the intersection of venture capital and wine.
  6. Head High Wines: Generators of Good Will

    Head High Wines: Generators of Good Will

    "In surf, sometimes I ride a long board and sometimes I ride a short board. It is the same with wine — I feel like I have at least enough experience to be able to go out and pursue different styles without feeling like I'm being didactic."
  7. Sustainable Because: It's About Working with Nature, Not Fighting Against It

    Sustainable Because: It's About Working with Nature, Not Fighting Against It

    New Zealand grape growers and winemakers talk sustainability.
  8. The Alto Adige Alliance: Good Cooperatives are Good Values

    The Alto Adige Alliance: Good Cooperatives are Good Values

    The cliché "no committee ever wrote a novel” stands as a reminder that too many cooks result in a broth of the lowest common denominator. And that’s often the view taken of wine cooperatives... but there are exceptions. In fact, one small corner of Italy is chock full of them: Alto Adige.
  9. Wine Term: Chaptalization

    Wine Term: Chaptalization

    Chaptalization is a process in winemaking where sugar is added to the grape juice or must before fermentation in order to increase the alcohol level in the finished wine.
  10. The Wine of Liechtenstein: A Princely Pursuit

    The Wine of Liechtenstein: A Princely Pursuit

    Every wine bottle is a story, and Liechtenstein has plenty of its own to share.
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