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An Interview with Jameson Fink

In this interview, I pick wine writer Jameson Fink’s brain to understand who he is and where he is going in the wine world. Today, he writes frequently on his own blog with a motto, “Wine without Worry” and is a Contributing Editor at Grape Collective. He also travels frequently across the world to learn and share […]

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Pamela Heiligenthal Interviewed over at Grape Collective

Enobytes own Pamela Heiligenthal Interviewed over at Grape Collective . Grape Collective, a new and progressive online wine magazine recently spotlighted one of our own writers, Pamela Heiligenthal. The interview, conducted by Jameson Fink, highlighted Pamela’s wine journey from her early days as a restaurant Sommelier to where she is now, balancing her life as […]

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Sommelier Journal Winery Spotlight: Heredad Segura Viudas

While Champagne precedes its reputation for quality, the much-admired bubbly often carries extravagant pricing, making sparklers from other grape growing regions more appealing for value-conscious consumers. In Penedès, quality is king and many of the bodegas prove they have the goods to deliver delectable sparklers at a fraction of the cost of good Champagne—and they […]

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BlogTalk Radio: Oregon’s Wine Regions & Wineries

A few days ago, Mark Norman interviewed me for his World Wine Marketing Blog Talk Radio about  Oregon’s wineries and the wines. We are all aware of the wonderful Pinot noir’s produced from the Willamette Valley, but many are not familiar with Oregon’s other regions and grapes. We had a lively discussion about the region’s […]

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Venerable Winemaker Goes Global

The Randle Johnson Interview with MacDaddy Marc from Enobytes A couple of weeks back I got an invitation from the folks at The Hess Collection Wines advising me I could interview Randle at Andina in Portland prior to his annual trek to Argentina for harvest and subsequent winemaking duties for Colomé,  Hess’s Argentinean outpost in […]

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Behind the Scenes with Richard Arrowood

I’m guilty of reminiscing. I admit it. But I think anyone that has tasted wine for a few decades is as guilty as I for recollecting greatness. We all have those memories where certain decades, regions or producers simply blow our minds. Maybe it’s simply a green drinker finally grasping greatness in a glass. I […]

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