Maria Helm Sinskey from Napa’s Robert Sinskey Vineyards talks about her greatest regrets and ideal dinner party guests in our Proust Q&A.
The fourth generation winemaker of Massolino in Piedmont, speaks to db about his love of pairing cold Nebbiolo with sushi.
Sixth generation Alto Adige winemaker, Alois Clemens opens up to db about Batman being his hero and what he looks for in a woman.
The chief winemaker at Grace Vineyards, Shanxi Province in north western China speaks to db about hating bureaucracy and wanting to become a musician.
The CEO and group chief winemaker of the Rathbone Group talks to db about having no time for regrets and dining with David Attenborough.
Mumm’s chief cellar master talks to db about Alexandre Dumas, disliking hypocrisy and his unceasing determination.
The chief winemaker and vice president of India’s largest winery, Sula Vineyards, Ajoy Shaw speaks to db about his life of no regrets, dislike of liars but love of Tintin.
Axel Stiegelmar of Weingut Juris highlights Pinot Noir’s deep monastic roots in Austria and tracks his own shift away from the pursuit of concentration.
AXA Millésimes managing director Christian Seely on his fears, loves and hates as well as where he wants his ashes scattered.
Laurie Hook shares her responses to the Proust Q&A. Laurie is the winemaker at Napa’s Beringer Vineyards, which she joined in 1986.
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