Meet the king of bubbles
Three’s company for this Québec expat
Forging connections wherever he goes
Tantalus winemaker says maturing vines point to bright future
The founder of Villa Maria Estate reflects on 50 years of business
In 1961, George Fistonich leased two hectares from his father in Aukland, New Zealand. With just under half a hectare of vines, he started making wine under the name Villa Maria.
Luis Garcia Severino has spent more than 30 years at Vincente Gandia Winery
Luis Garcia Severino, head enologist for the Vincente Gandia Winery, was recently named Valencia's best winemaker of 2011. The vote was made unanimously by the Valencian Association of Enologists.
Chatting about making wine and attending wine festivals with the chief winemaker at VSPT Wine Group
Marco Puyo is the chief winemaker for the VSPT Wine Group, an organization with 8 wineries in Chile and 2 wineries in Argentina. Until Aug. 2011, he was winemaker at San Pedro, one of the wineries owned by VSPT.
A Lapostolle winemaker discusses experimenting with grapes and biodynamic farming
Andrea León has been a winemaker at Lapostolle since 2004. She is also the communications manager.
A conversation with one of Chile's most prolific and successful winemakers
Álvaro Espinoza is a wine industry legend in Chile.
Charles Smith to appear at Western Canadian wine festivals this fall
Charles Smith started his winemaking career with a cool five grand and a maybe not-so-cool Chevy Astrovan.