Katy Wilson creating Coastal Neo-Classics

Sonoma Coast is one of the most controversial official American Viticultural Areas (AVA) in the wine world. It was originally meant to represent the...

Joel Peterson | The Godfather of Zinfandel

As someone I consider to be one of the generous, genuine and brilliant lights of California wine, and someone who has given 50 years...

Donald Patz: A New Beginning

Donald Patz has never been known for being a wallflower in the wine world and his Patz & Hall wines were always as bold...

Bob Cabral Wines From the Heart

If ever there was someone destined to be a winemaker, it is Bob Cabral. He grew up an agricultural family and culture in California’s...

Volcanic Wines from Mediterranean Islands

Next stop on our worldwide volcanic wine tour are two islands with the most extreme terroir in our travel itinerary. So, put on your...

Volcanic wines of The South of France

Provence is clearly known in the wine world for light, ethereal Rosé and in the world of luxury travel for sunny villages and some...

Napa Valley’s Volcanic Side

Napa Valley is undeniably one of the world’s greatest wine regions and volcanic activity over the past 150,000 years has much to do with...

Italian Wines from Volcanos

Wine does flow from volcanos and this is the first of a series of articles on the where, what and why of these vinous...

A Bubbly Tour of France

What do most people think of when they consider the sparkling wines from France? You got it: Champagne. And while Champagne is lovely stuff,...

Norwegians in Chile

This is the story of Norwegian shipowner Dan Odfjell, who discovered the land and wines of Chile in the early 1990s and reaped treasures...