Having produced wine for over a century in the US, the Riboli Family of San Antonio Winery has a story worth sipping in. This interview uncorks the story.
Carpe Travel sits down with Ashley Trout of Brook and Bull Cellars to chat about her journey into the wine industry and the Walla Walla wine region.
Interested in learning about Chilean wine? Carpe Travel uncorks Concha y Toro and its Casillero del Diablo label – literally on of the best wineries in Chile with Massimo Leonori.
It’s time to sip in more red, white and Black owned wines! The following list includes Black owned wineries in the U.S. that we should all be sipping.
Want to visit the Piedmont wine region? We’ve brought a little Piedmont to you! Franco Rocca dishes about his winery, pairings and discount on his wines.
Missouri has a rich history in winemaking. The state’s unoffical wine histrorian, Tony Kooyumjian of Montelle Winery spills the juice along with his story.
It’s fairly uncommon for a winery to have both a female head winemaker and female assistant winemaker, Garrison Creek Cellars in Walla Walla is one of those diamonds in the rough.
Women are a minority in the world of wine but more pioneers are stepping in. Mary Derby of DAMA Wines is one of Walla Walla’s female winemakers helping to pave the way. Carpe Travel shares her colorful story in its series, Interview with a Winemaker.
Is the number of women setting out to have a career in wine REALLY increasing? Carpe Travel explores the data and highlights women in wine who are pioneering the way.
Carpe Travel sits down with John Grochau, winemaker at Grochau Cellars and shares why Grochau Cellars is one of the Willamette Valley wineries that WOWS!
Carpe Travel sits down with Tim Harless of Hat Ranch Winery in Idaho for its series, Interview with a Winemaker.
When the winemakers fell head-over heels in love…with wine. Over the past few years I have had the privilege to interview several amazing winemakers for Carpe Travel’s Interview with a Winemaker’s series. I’ve shared most of these interviews already BUT I haven’t shared ALL the questions I’ve asked them. Yes, I’ve been saving some of …
Carpe Travel sits down with Melanie Krause of Cinder Wines to learn and sip in more of Idaho’s wine region.
Carpe Travel sits down with Earl Sullivan with Telaya Wine in Idaho for its series, Interview with a Winemaker.
Carpe Travel sits down with Robin Akhurst of Clos Pegase Winery in Napa Valley for its series, Interview with a Winemaker.
It is all about balance, balance, balance… Of course it’s about the balance, we’re talking wine with Jessica Munnell, the winemaker at Mercer Estates in Washington. I have yet to spend time exploring the Washington wine region – outside of my local wine shop – so I jumped at the chance to learn more by …
The tale of a European sommelier turned California winemaker… I’m a huge fan of Cabernet Sauvignon, which Alexander Valley in Sonoma County is known for, yet I’ve never spent time sipping my way through the valley. On our last trip to California we decided it was high time to explore its big Cabs for a …
Carpe Travel sits down with Jeff Freeland at Oso Libre Winery in Paso Robles for our Interview a Winemaker series.
Carpe Travel sits down with Michelle Cleveland of Creekside Cellars for its series, Interview with a Winemaker.
Sipping in Colorado Wine with Jay Christianson, Canyon Wind Cellars Earlier this summer I was invited to a small, private, wine tasting for writers here in Colorado. The gathering was specifically put together to preview wines that had won the Governor’s Cup Wine Competition, an annual competition recognizing the top wines in Colorado. This year, …
Wine should be appreciated but so should those who produce it. Carpe Travel sits down with Janet Myers of Franciscan Estate to share her story.
Carpe Travel sits down with Paul V Bonarrigo of Messina Hof for its series, Interview with a Winemaker.
Carpe Travel sits down with Greg La Follette for its Interview with a Winemaker series.
Carpe Travel sits down with Theresa Heredia of Gary Farrell Winery for its Interview with a Winemaker series.
Carpe Travel sits down with Renée Ary of Duckhorn Vineyards for its series, Interview with a Winemaker.
Carpe Travel sits down with Sergio Germano of Ettore Germano in Piedmont Italy for its series, Interview with a Winemaker.
Have you heard the story about the family from the United States who moved to France, bought a vineyard and started making wine? And did I mention they didn’t have any winemaking experience? One might think that story ends badly – either in vinegar or bankruptcy. But thanks of a few Angels – angel investors …
David Nagengast, Scheid Vineyards winemaker chats with Carpe Travel for its Interview with a Winemaker series to discuss wines in Monterey, CA.
Caraccioli Cellars is a family owned and operated vineyard with roots deep in Monterey County. More in Carpe Travel’s Interview with a Winemaker series.
Jeffery Blair with Blair Vineyards shares his insights and experiences making wine in Monterey County in Carpe Travel’s Interview with a Winemaker series.
Welcome to this month’s edition of A Winemakers Tale where I feature interviews with winemakers from different wine regions around the world. Seeing as I’m still feeding (or rather sipping) my mild obsession with Oregon wine country I have discovered yet another AMAZING Pinot Noir to grace my dinner table. It seemed only fitting to try and interview its …
Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are two of my favorite summer wines. This summer I discovered two new favorites from Phelps Creek Vineyards in the Oregon wine country. I recently had the privilege to interview its winemaker, Alexandrine Roy who brings a bit of old world to new world winemaking. Alexandrine is a fourth-generation winemaker at Domaine Marc Roy in the village of …
Carpe Travels sits down with Austin Hope, the winemaker and president at Hope Family Wines to learn more about his wines and background.