How to Learn the Rules of Winemaking and Then Break Them
"Being a woman, a person of color, and queer, I am proud to be diversifying this industry," says Krista Scruggs.
Georgia’s Best Wine Is Buried
The Republic of Georgia, that is, where natural wines ferment in underground vessels and the hospitality borders on pathological.
Immigrants Make American Wine Great
With the recent uptick in immigration raids, many people in the wine industry have begun fearing for their workers' safety, and the labour shortage that such raids could cause.
LA's Wine Scene Is Turning Orange
Orange wine, which is not made from any citrus fruit, is essentially a pre-modern form of white wine, where the coloured skins of grapes are allowed to remain in contact with the juice itself.
Meet the Falcon-Whisperer of Napa Valley Wine Country
Rebecca Rosen makes a living off protecting vineyards from berry-eating pests with the help of trained birds of prey.
Artist Marjetica Potrč's 'The Invisible Lunch' Attempts to Reenvision Public Space
Fresh fruit and radical thoughts at the Slovenian-born artist's one-day installation at the New Museum's Ideas City Festival.