Born and raised in Kentucky bourbon country, Emily Spillmann moved to France for love of a different barrel-aged drink (and a man with an alluring accent). She studied literature and French in college, and in 2013 she earned a master’s degree in international wine commerce. Emily specializes in anti-marketing and exports in Burgundy and her preferred form of expression remains the written word. Follow her on Twitter <a href="https://twitter.com/emilyintheglass">@emilyintheglass</a>.
Articles by Emily Spillmann
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Faouzi Issa of Domaine des Tourelles: Making the Adopted Grape Cinsault Shine in Bekaa Valley, Lebanon
"In my opinion, Cinsault is an adopted grape in Lebanon. Since the French don’t like it...
"We were never big fans of American Merlot. We found it sweet and simple. As always with...
"We're still making the wine exactly how my grandfather started with the same tools so it...