A look at how Oregon Pinot Noir isn't just for red wine anymore.
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Even after more than forty years as a winegrower, Stuart (Stu) Smith still finds his happiness in the vineyards. “There is just something to playing with a product in the dirt, and then having it at dinner,” he gushes
San Miniato is a delightful town in the province of Pisa, in Tuscany, however, the wines of this small area suffer from the weighty presence of much more famous Tuscan appellations like Chianti.
Quick—what do a former aerospace engineer, a computer tech industry entrepreneur, and a trained geologist who spent most of his career traversing the globe to find rare earth substances all have in common?
Today's labels include the alcohol percentage, sometimes a little tasting note or some generic information on the winery—and more often than not the "contains sulfites" statement. Is this really enough or does the consumer want more information?