Bourgogne Grapples With Fighting Frost Without Producing Emissions
In seeking to first do no harm: Why are carbon dioxide producing active methods so widely utilized for fighting frost in Bourgogne vineyards, and elsewhere?
What If The Wine Industry Adopted A First Do No Harm Mentality?
This new series explores wine through a “first do no harm” practice with a focus on those elevating environmental and sustainability awareness from soil to glass.
Forbes Latest: History In A Glass: The Intoxicating Quality Of Old Vine Wines
Historical old vines are time machines, prophets, and cherished family heirlooms. They also produce some of the world’s most intoxicating wine.
Latest in Wine Enthusiast: New Hope In Chile
During this time wrought with division and marginalization, it is my humble honor to share a story of taking chances, hope, and trust in unlikely partnerships between Chile’s Indigenous Buchaheuico and Lickan Antay communities and it’s wine industry. Together these partnerships are addressing centuries of dehumanization and abstract poverty through wine production.
Forbes Article: William Chris Vineyards Latest Wine Fights Food Insecurity For Millions Of Texans
You may not live in Texas, but have long been curious about the state’s wine. Today is the perfect opportunity to try a well-made, value priced, 100% Texas wine from one of the state’s top wineries, AND provide aid to millions of food insecure Texans simultaneously.
Wine Searcher Article: New Burgundy Level Adds to the Chaos
As Burgundy prices continue to rise, the Bureau Interprofessional des Vins de Bourgogne (BIVB) continues seeking ways to delineate terroir-driven quality wines at more affordable price points.
Off-Target Herbicide Drift Threatens Vineyards Across U.S.
In my first article for Wine Business Monthly I tackle a topic so important, it threatens the very existence of the US wine we enjoy.
Forbes Article: Around The World With Texas White Wine
“The diverse Texas terroir supports a dozen white grape varieties,” shares Cheramie ‘Cherms’ Law , co-founder of Salt and Pepper Wine, “meaning one can go on a wine trip around the world without ever leaving the state!”
Forbes Article: What’s The Deal With Orange Wine?
What’s the deal with orange wine? Why has a skin-fermented white wine been marred by misconceptions and controversy? Why even consider drinking a wine that’s “orange”? My latest Forbes article dives into this racy subject with straight-forward information and a few fabulous orange wines you must try!
Forbes Article: Six Reasons To Fall In Love With Vermentino
Vermentino is an easy grape to love. A flexible white grape – crisp enough for white wine drinkers, while red wine fans are drawn to its savory, food-friendly nature. Once discovered, you too will fall in love with Vermentino. Learn more in my latest for Forbes