Tag: winemaking

Crushpad – The Death of a Business Model

Silicon Valley lies a mere 90 miles from the heart of California wine country, but sits worlds apart. The frenzy

Winemaking as Therapy: Japan’s Autistic Winery

When I first started drinking wine, I had all sorts of romantic notions about what winemaking involved. I though of

In Search of the Cynical Winemaker

I had a conversation the other night with a fellow wine writer that unsettled me. We were tasting a number

Will UV Treatment of Wine Save Terroir?

It seems like every week, there’s a new story about some inventor debuting some newfangled technology to make wine better.

Semi-Debunking Wild Yeast Fermentation in Wine

If you’ve read many wine labels, especially those of wines that cost more than $25, you’ve almost certainly seen on

That Smoky 2008 Vintage: California Wine and Wildfires

There were a few weeks in June when the last place a wine lover would have wanted to be was

Book Review: First Big Crush by Eric Arnold

Review by Christy McGill. Have you ever daydreamed about a different life? Perhaps one set in some sun-dappled, far-flung wine-making