Interviews with Winemakers
Peruse through all of the interviews with winemakers we’ve done in this archive of relevant wine articles and stories from Opening a Bottle.
First-Taste Guide to Etna Rosso
How Europe's Most Active Volcano Has Redefined Italian Wine
Mozia Grillo from Tasca d’Almerita: A Vineyard Story
A Tale of Phoenicians, Salt and Deranged Rabbits
First-Taste Guide to Chorey-les-Beaune
This Burgundy Village Is Not Glamorous. And That's the Point.
Impressive Debut: Vietti’s Timorasso
Their Newest White Wine Might Have You Reaching for the Decanter
Three Wines from Alois Lageder
Battling Climate Change with a Bag of Tricks
Three Wines from Domaine Anne Gros & Jean-Paul Tollot
Why These Burgundian Winemakers Are Pursuing Carignan and Grenache
Elvio Cogno’s Own-Rooted Barbera d’Alba
A Follow-Up to My Piece on Own-Rooted Vines for SevenFifty Daily
Three Wines From Charles Heidsieck Champagne
The Similarities of Winemaking and Music with Cellar Master Cyril Brun
10 Best Alsace Wines from a Great Big Tasting in Colmar
And Why You Should Care
Can Albariño Conquer the Central Coast?
At First Blush, It Would Seem So.
Big Barolo from Rocche dei Manzoni
An Interview with Winemaker Rodolfo Migliorini
Tasting Report: ARPEPE Wines, October 2017
"Everyone abandoned chestnut in Italy, but we stayed with it."