Wild Arc Farm Directs the Wine World’s Spotlight Toward New York

With nothing added, removed or wasted, the farm is becoming one of the nation's most interesting wineries

In 2016, in the palpable heat of a New York City summer, Todd Cavallo and Crystal Cornish shed themselves of a collective 30 years of city living for a new life upstate—one where they’d operate their own farm and vineyard and produce their own wine. Today, the pair runs the four-hectare sustainable farm “experiment,” officially titled Wild Arc Farm, in Pine Bush, New York. Their grapes …

Interview: Isabelle Legeron, Founder of Raw Wine

"I think people know when they have something really authentic in their glass."

The renaissance of natural wine, in the way its replacing more commercial wines in the retail and consumer spaces, is far from over. Numbers wise, this is barely the beginning. The craze, explained succinctly as goodhearted and in the spirit of generational craftsmanship, can be attributed to a few things: the heightened expectations we’ve set for what we eat and drink, the trendiness of wellness …

South Africa’s Bosman Family Vineyards Releases a Coveted Orange Wine

From the eighth-generation family of winemakers comes a new skin-contact Grenache Blanc

An amber hue, unfamiliar and alluring in a wine glass, defines the sensory appeal to Bosman Family Vineyard‘s Fides. The color of this wine hints at a unique production and an even more curious taste profile—funky but finessed. Orange wines (not derived from the citrus fruit, but wine kept in contact with grape skins) represent an important, ever-emerging category. Few, however, can be approached with such ease. …