Peter Sisseck

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Talking wine with Peter Sisseck from Dominio di Pingus. The Danish winemaker who winewise was brought up in Bordeaux, created Pingus in Ribera del Duero and recently came back to Bordeaux.

“You start with a BANG and then you run after – trying to recreate.”

Pictures by Carlos Gonzalez Armesto

Laurent Ponsot

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Talking wine with Laurent Ponsot of Domaine Ponsot in Burgundy

“I learned from old people in my village when I was a kid. Lot of  things on birds, trees, grass, flowers… things like that. And the relation of all these elements with the vines, with the grapes, with the weather and so when I decide my date of grapepicking. It is just based on when is this flower blooming, where does this typical bird makes its nest – in the tree, up, in the middle down? When is this grass growing. Then we find a date.”

Ted Lemon

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Talking wine with Ted Lemon of Littorai! The first american winemaker in burgundy making wine for Domaine  Dujac, Domaine Roulot and Domaine Roumier in the 1980’s now making pinots and chardonnays in Sonoma.

When I was working in Burgundy – as far as I was concerned – walking on to, you know, Clos de la Roche and pruning Clos de la Roche thats as good as life gets, right?


Sashi Moorman

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Talking wine with Sashi Moorman of Piedrasassi, Domaine de la Côte and others
Sashi Moorman are behind the wines of Stolpman, Sandhi, Domaine de la Côte, Piedrassi and Evening Land.
He is in pursuit of balance. In this podcast we talk about how to make wine in the vineyard.