Monthly Archives: December 2018

Anna Chilton on sustainability in wine, soil health and more

Here's a recent interview I did with Anna Chilton, who is studying to be a master of wine, and works for an agricultural producer, Camellia, which owns a winery (Linton Park) in South Africa. [caption id="attachment_1145" align="alignright" width="300"] Linton Park winery, South Africa[/caption] In the podcast we discuss what sustainability means in wine today, soil…
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Meeting the mad professor of far-north winemaking

If you want to make wine north either Copenhagen or Edinburgh, you should speak with Martins Barkans. He is the man who makes wine on the 57th parallel. That's 57 degrees north. Yes, 57 degrees north. He's spent eight years experimenting with 40 varietals, to make a drinkable wine from his three and a half hectare…
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