Burgundy’s Wildly Colorful Multidisciplinary Festival, Feÿ

A 17th century chateau comes to life with exhibitions and performances

Over the weekend of 20-22 September, the town of Villecien, France played host to Feÿ, an art festival in its second year. Taking place at the stunning 17th century Chateau du Feÿ, the three-day event is a multidisciplinary affair that bridges the present and the past through visual arts, music, performance, architecture, film and food. Across 40 acres in the Burgundy region—inside the chateau and …

Four Generations Behind Maison Joseph Drouhin’s Burgundy Wines

A family-owned brand embodying the spirit of the historic region, and investing in Oregon

Among the tan and taupe buildings of Beaune—a historic town at the heart of Burgundy—one needn’t look far to discover properties belonging to Maison Joseph Drouhin. The winemaking house was founded back in 1880 and its past is tightly woven with that of its hometown. Today, the brand is still family-owned and -operated by the Drouhins themselves. They produce 90 different wines—some of which are …

Wolverine 744 LTD

Resurrecting a 1920s design in burgundy cordovan leather

Heritage brand Wolverine is launching today the 744 LTD, a work boot based on a design originally introduced in the 1920s. The company gave us an exclusive first look at the cordovan leather beauties, which have been hyped in menswear circles for the last few months. Wolverine partnered with Chicago-based tannery Horween to produce a short run of 1,000 pairs—a clever nod to their “1000 …