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Breakaways in the vineyards

Wines of Pennsylvania

“Welcome to the land time forgot,” uttered Sarah Troxell-Rhodes upon my arriving at the pleasantly windy, 360° view that's Galen Glen Winery. With life & work partner Galen Troxell, recently joined by their daughter Erin, it's become internationally recognized for varieties well suited to the continental climate and slate soils of Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley--Riesling and Grüner Veltliner--notable as 15-20% of Pennsylvania's production is from grapes grown in this American Viticultural Area though “it struggles for an identity having not long ago being a destination for simple sweet... Read more

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Paolo Basso et Marion Marker Portraits of winegrowers

Château de La Dauphine

Completed in 1750, the chateau owes its name to the Dauphine of France and mother of Louis XVI, Marie-Josèphe de Saxe, who stayed there shortly after its construction. Still today she could marvel of...

Portraits of winegrowers

Château Cantin

Château Cantin is in the portfolio of Grands Chais de France, France’s number two wine merchant, whose famous brand ‘J.P. Chenet’ has gone around the world. The management and marketing of this Saint...

Marie-Laure Latorre, Paolo Basso et Olivier Decelle Portraits of winegrowers

Château Jean Faure

Who has never heard of the Picard' boss's story? He embodied the success of these captains of industry who decide to change live drastically. Visionary, enthusiastic, passionate, Olivier Decelle...

Portraits of winegrowers

Château de Pressac

He came to change his life, take root and make a wine worthy of the greatest. Undoubtedly, Jean-François Quenin brings together dreams held by many enthusiasts. To become a winegrower. Saint...

Portraits of winegrowers

La Gaffelière revives

Silver vines signed Philippe Pasqua, archeo-touristic project based on a Gallo-Roman villa discovered on the estate, new vathouse in 2013, promotion of Château La Gaffelière among the Bordeaux...

Paolo Basso et Yohan Aubert Portraits of winegrowers

Vignobles Aubert

At a time when the vineyards of Bordeaux attract large investors, families can be seen as kind of survivors. But bearing the name of Aubert, a family business that has no less than 6 properties all...

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