Tag Archives: experimental wines

Wine Makers, Drinkers and Subscribers

Wine clubs, once a popular staple of the 80’s and 90’s middle class, are back with a vengeance and a wider demographic. Back in the day, wine clubs were a bit stuffy, reserved for subscribers who were interested in (or wanted to appear interested in) wine, but who weren’t confident enough to make their own […] Read More »

Oak, Steel & Beyond: Where a Chardonnay gets its Flavors

Despite a stint of stigma, Chardonnay is the most popular variety of wine in America. But a Chardonnay can be a lot of different things. There are any number of different flavors and approaches to a Chardonnay – the most common including oak, butter, fruit or mineral flavors. But while it may seem obvious that […] Read More »

Stainless Steel & The Freedom to Experiment

With the steadily growing demand for wine, modern winemakers are more than encouraged to experiment and develop something new. The market is swelling with a new generation of wine and beer enthusiasts who welcome small batches and ingenuity. And so, there is room to play. Stainless steel wine barrels are the perfect companion to experimental […] Read More »