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Sicus, when wine is made in the vineyard

by  |  12-07-2019

Driving forty five minutes covers a lot of ground in the wine world. It affords a 41km view of the entire Côte d’Or in Burgundy. Similarly, it will see you go from the top to... more » Driving forty five minutes covers a lot of ground in the wine... more »

Like water through a stone: Eduard Pié

by  |  03-03-2016

This is part three a four-part series on “rebellious” winemakers in Catalunya. Please read Part One, Part Two, and Part Four To put the massive size of DO Penedès in to perspective, you can drive... more » This is part three a four-part series on “rebellious” winemakers in Catalunya.... more »

Rebellious Penedès: “Unrated”

by  |  28-01-2016

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... more » This article originally ran on Harpers but, given space restrictions was nearly... more »

That rosé time of year

by  |  15-08-2014

Despite the rather sudden change to Fall-like weather here in the middle of August, this would be the traditional time of year in Catalonia to crack open a bottle of fresh rosé wine. In my... more » Despite the rather sudden change to Fall-like weather here in the middle... more »