This article originally ran on Harpers but, given space restrictions was nearly half of the original in length. Here I present it in its entirety. The concept of rebellion in wine typically conjures up images of a winemaker taking a chainsaw to old, large barrels or flipping off the regulatory body and growing whatever grape varieties he or she pleases. Hardly grand acts of sedition in the greater scheme of […]
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