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Producers

Day Wines

At the age of 16, Brianne Day’s family moved to the gorgeous Willamette Valley, and although the fertile region offers the chance to fall in love with everything from apples to hops to dairy cows, it was the rows of vineyards that piqued her curiosity the most. Several years later, as a young adult, she saved her pennies and began a journey that has since taken her to 80+ wine regions.

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Château Haut-Monplaisir

Cathy and Daniel Fournié organically farm 74 acres of nothing but Malbec vines in the grape's ancestral home of Cahors. Throughout the Middle Ages, it was the black wine from here that was revered most in the western part of France. In fact, it was even added to Bordeaux to bump up its body and presentation. Cathy inherited the vines from her father, who spent years selling to negociants, and enlisted the help of dynamic winemaker Pascal Verhaeghe to work towards a modern revival of a forgotten about corner of French winemaking.

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Lurisia

Atop Monte Pigna, the snow falls in the winter, melts and picks up trace minerals on its journey through the earth. It returns to the surface in the form of springs. As the legend goes, long ago a miner swung a pickaxe against a rocky wall here, discovering a spring that produced this “magic” water, able to heal wounds in a surprisingly fast amount of time. The Lurisia Spa was established in the 1940s, eventually adding a production facility to bottle their pure, healthy water.

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Weingut Muster

To approach the soul of a wine, Maria and Sepp Muster believe one must sidestep laboratory analysis, and to make good wine, one must approach the project with honesty and courage. Biodynamically farming 10 hectares of family plots, the Musters have been making very good wine since 2000 in the soils of southern Styria, filled with a clay silt known colloquially as Opok.

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Azienda Menicocci

In 1986, Cristina Menicocci was just three years old when her father Claudio decided to transition their farm to organic practices. 22 years later, she took it a step further by converting the farm to biodynamics. At the foot of the Cimini Mountains in Lazio, Azienda Menicocci grows grapes, olives and hazelnuts, but their farm fosters so much more life than that.

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Baglio Baiata Alagna

Ercole Alagna represents the third generation to lead the family estate in western Sicily, continuing his grandfather Guiseppe’s quest to make wines, Vermouth, and Marsala. Each generation has been committed to growing and modernizing the business, and today they sustainably farm over 50 hectares of grapes suited to the area, a mix of Zibibo, Nero D’Avola, Grillo, etc.

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Le Due Terre

In the village of Prepotto, just 10km from the Slovenian border, Silvana Forte and Flavio Basilicata make just four precise and focused wines every vintage. Their grapes are a mix of modern and indigenous, but what they share in common is an affinity for the unique mix of soils around Prepotto, a blend of clay and marl known locally as "ponca."

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