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Interviews with a wine expert: what it takes to become Master of Wine

Interviews with a wine expert: what it takes to become Master of Wine

Lenka Sedlackova MW, has been in the wine business for over a decade. Based in London, she works with one of the best UK importers Fields, Morris & Verdin. She is the ...
Bartolo Mascarello: defending tradition in Barolo through art and wine

Bartolo Mascarello: defending tradition in Barolo through art and wine

The late Bartolo Mascarello was not just a classic Piedmontese winemaker, but also a gifted artist. Alongside Mascarello's impeccable long-ageing wines, he was celebrated for his self-designed labels, some of ...
Giacomo Conterno: delayed gratification in purely traditional Barolo

Giacomo Conterno: delayed gratification in purely traditional Barolo

Giacomo Conterno was at his time ahead of the other producers of Barolo. Inspired by his father Giovanni, who was one of the first Barolo producers to bottle his wine ...
Cantina Rivella Serafino: making wine with love at home in Barbaresco

Cantina Rivella Serafino: making wine with love at home in Barbaresco

The recurrent characteristic foggy views from the house cantina stretch lazily over the noble slopes of their single cru Montestefano ...
Giuseppe Rinaldi: one of the last defying traditionalists of Barolo

Giuseppe Rinaldi: one of the last defying traditionalists of Barolo

Giuseppe ('Beppe') Rinaldi is of the rare vinous breed in the Northwestern Italian Piedmont. As one of the last traditional Barolo makers he strives to preserve his father's and grandfather's lifelong wisdom ...
Joseph Phelps: iconic winery in Napa goes green

Joseph Phelps: iconic winery in Napa goes green

The 600 acre ranch that Joe Phelps bought near to a charming town of St. Helena breaths a verdant carpet of vines as ...
Heitz Wine Cellars: tradition without opulence in winemaking Napa Valley

Heitz Wine Cellars: tradition without opulence in winemaking Napa Valley

The family-owned Heitz winery in Napa Valley was one of the forerunners of the wine renaissance in California producing top quality, globally praised wine ...
Gaja: producing some of the most expensive wines in Italy

Gaja: producing some of the most expensive wines in Italy

Angelo Gaja was revolutionary in his winemaking approach that put the Italian Barbaresco on the premium world wine map. First, he convinced his father not to buy grapes from other ...
Bertaud Belieu winery: DiCaprio's choice in Saint-Tropez

Bertaud Belieu winery: DiCaprio’s choice in Saint-Tropez

Its prestigious location near the fancy shores of Saint-Tropez still puts trumps into the cards of the Bertaud-Belieu winery, yet its wines could win the game based on their own ...
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