Natural Wine · Terre Magazine · Women · Writing

Terre Magazine Featured In Edible Brooklyn

I’m still so high off the incredible excursion earlier this month in Georgia. Stay tuned for my full story on the country’s wine and food culture soon on Vice MUNCHIES, and in the meantime I’ve put up some detailed tasting notes on this blog. But this month has continued to be a gem, because the… Continue reading Terre Magazine Featured In Edible Brooklyn

Amphora Wine · Georgian Wine · Natural Wine

Notes On The Natural Wine Revolution In Georgia

There is so much happening in the natural wine scene in Georgia, it’s impossible to recount it all here, but I’m going to share some of my tasting notes. Briefly, if you’re not familiar with Georgian wines: the country has been making wine continuously for about 8000 years, and there are shards of qvevri (the clay amphorae… Continue reading Notes On The Natural Wine Revolution In Georgia

Natural Wine · New York City · Sparkling Wine · Vineyards · Women · Writing

Meet Terre Mag This Weekend At #FOODBOOKFAIR2017

It’s been many months in the works–and it all started at that damn wine bar, Wildair, where I keep going back, again and again, unable to resist the funky wines, the fried shrimp dish, the raucous tattooed kitchen staff. The hostess, as well, was incredibly friendly, and as I showed up more and more regularly,… Continue reading Meet Terre Mag This Weekend At #FOODBOOKFAIR2017

Biodynamics · Natural Wine · Restaurants · Uncategorized

Support Raisin, The World’s Only Natural Wine App

Raisin is an app that supports the natural wine community by alerting wine lovers to places they can find organic, biodynamic, low-sulfite wines made on a small scale, all around the world. It’s a simple concept, meant to help make natural wine more transparent and approachable for everyday people who might be new to the idea… Continue reading Support Raisin, The World’s Only Natural Wine App

Amphora Wine · Biodynamics · France · Paris

Parisian Love Affairs & A New Wave Of Right Bank Bordeaux In April’s Wine Enthusiast

I have two (very different) pieces in this month’s Wine Enthusiast Magazine. First, there’s a short feature about producers in the Right Bank of Bordeaux, where the Côtes de Bordeaux appellation (created in 2009) is trying to establish itself as a new benchmark of quality–meaning, they are working toward healthier vineyards, and in some cases turning… Continue reading Parisian Love Affairs & A New Wave Of Right Bank Bordeaux In April’s Wine Enthusiast

New York City · Sommeliers · Wine

Don’t Miss Wines On Wheels, An Incredible NYC Tasting Event

On the last weekend in April, wine lovers in New York have the opportunity to attend the wine tasting event of the year–really, it’s just too good to pass up. Unfortunately, I myself cannot attend, so please can you go and I’ll live vicariously through you? We’re talking about Wines on Wheels, an annual event… Continue reading Don’t Miss Wines On Wheels, An Incredible NYC Tasting Event

California · Not Our President · Oregon · Vineyards

Immigrants Make American Wine Great

There was a moment after Trump’s election when food and drink writers stopped working for a few weeks, frozen–does our work even matter? Aren’t these topics so petty that we should now cease to scribble our hard-researched sentences on so-and-so chef, or this ancient grape, and just crawl under a rock and let the political writers… Continue reading Immigrants Make American Wine Great