The second vintage I’ve tasted of this wine gives a peek into what San Diego can do. It’s delicate, vibrant and intense, and that’s not a contradiction.
The grapes get one month of skin fermentation. The wine ages for 18 months in barrel. Franz is a genius with blauer wildbacher, whether in this still wine or in... read more →
From the middle of nowhere, about 50km south of Grenoble in the Isère department of France, comes a most unusual single malt from agronomist Frédéric Revol, who decided to distill... read more →
Considered Hervé’s most age-worthy, this is a great example of a wine, made in traditional fermentation and oak aging yet remains as light on its feet as a vin de... read more →