The chief winemaker at Viña Leyda on the importance of letting the terroir speak and why finesse and elegance now rule the roost in Chile.
Maycas del Limarí’s Marcelo Papa Marcelo Papa outlines his altered approach to making Pinot and his belief in the potential for the particular grape in Chile’s Limarí Valley.
Michael Dresser recommends a Romanian Pinot Noir “comparable to a good regional Bourgogne” while Irene Virbila picks an Italian white “scented with white peaches and lime”.
Mike Cox, winemaker at Schug Winery in Carneros, shares his views on attempting to achieve perfection with Pinot in California.
The head winemaker at one of California’s most respected Pinot Noir producers, Williams Selyem, has announced his departure after 16 years.
The chief winemaker at Cono Sur on how Pinot Noir’s gracefulness and freshness is charming the palates of young Chileans.
Hamish Anderson takes a look at some of the best Madeira wines while David Williams recommends some “premier league” Italian wines from some of the country’s lesser known regions.
The Pinot pioneer on taking a softer approach, the sport of winemaking and why Pinot’s alluring and capricious nature gives him goose bumps.
The 10th annual celebration of Pinot Noir in Central Otago has seen record ticket sales and a visit from famed Burgundian winemaker Aubert de Villaine.
Ben Glover, winemaker at Mud House in New Zealand, on the rewards of patience, Pinot’s unique expression and taking a hands-off approach.
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