New Documentary Shines Light on Latinx Winemakers in Sonoma and Napa Valley

Depending on the topography and winds of change, wine harvest season in the Northern Hemisphere can start as early as August and last through October. But harvest wouldn’t be possible without countless laborers who often work very hard for very little. In California, Latinos make up the bulk of this group: a combination of multigenerational […]

These Eastern European Countries Are Home to Some of the Most Dynamic Winemakers Right Now

Thirty years ago, when the Berlin Wall fell and the Soviet bloc of Eastern Europe began to dismantle itself, few people were probably thinking it would change what wine they enjoyed the next time they went out to eat. But today, one can stroll into the restaurant Freek’s Mill in Brooklyn, N.Y., and open a […]

Farm-to-Table App Aims to Connect Chefs, Farmers, Butchers, and Vintners

Choosing a name for a company is never easy, especially when you’re bringing a new idea to market, like the farm-to-table app Arrivage. Its former name, Chef514, managed to fulfill the provincial language requirements of Qu?bec, Canada, which stipulates all enterprise names be in French, while also resonating in English. Five-one-four, Montr?al’s area code, is […]