Tweet I’ve written about Enologix here before. Their service purports to help you make wine that will score better with influential gatekeepers like Parker and the Wine Spectator. It is veiled in secrecy (very few producers own up to using it, though reports indicate that Enologix has approx. 50-60 clients) and it costs around 20K [...]
Tweet Michel Rolland is back in the news today as Eric Asimov proflies the flying winemaker in his New York Times column. There were a few standout quotes: I mention Clos du Val and Corison, two Napa Valley producers whose wines adhere to a less upfront, more austere style, and Mr. Rolland is strikingly dismissive. [...]
Tweet Ross Halleck, a newer and well regarded Pinot producer who works with Russian River Valley grapes, is inviting anyone with some cash to spare to invest in his winery. He’s attempting to raise $25,000 in cash to fund their expansion from a few hundred cases to around 1500. I’d say more, but Halleck does [...]
Tweet One of the best winery websites out there is the one for Twisted Oak Winery. They have an irreverent style and it is deftly incorporated into all the ways that they present themselves to the public. They even have a white (Marsanne & Rousanne) and red (Mourvedre, Syrah and Grenache) named “%@#$!” Pretty clever, [...]
Tweet Over at Wine Sediments. Less than 400 cases made, so if you’re interested go give it a read.