Tag: la garagista

What we talk about when we talk about biodynamics: A conversation with la garagista’s Deirdre Heekin

One vigneronne reflects on how Rudolph Steiner’s philosophy and practice fit into her Vermont vineyards. I clearly remember the first

Marquette Nouveau in Vermont: A Not-So-New Style of Wine from a Still-New Grape

It’s been more than a decade since the Marquette grape made its debut on the commercial market with its promise

Krista Scruggs is Infusing New Blood into Cold-Climate Wine

Krista Scruggs made her first trip to Vermont two years ago to continue her self-education in wine growing and winemaking.

Why “Hybrid” Isn’t Useful — or Important — in Wine Ruminations on retraining the tongue -- and how we talk about wine

The harvest season is a wrap in the northernmost reaches of wine country, and except for the clusters that still

Natives and Hybrids: Should They Co-exist With Vinifera?

Here’s a fall activity: drive through the vineyard-lined roads of the Finger Lakes region in upstate New York, preferably during

Tastemaker: Deirdre Heekin, la garagista farm + winery

I don’t remember when I first heard about Deirdre Heekin who co-own la garagista farm + winery in Barnard, Vermont with her

My Thanksgiving Wines Here's what I'll be drinking -- but you should drink what you want.

Every Thanksgiving, I promise myself that the wine-pairing column I always seem to end up writing will be my last.

2016 Harvest Report: la garagista (Vermont)

Deirdre Heekin, co-owner and winemaker of la garagista in Barnard, Vermont sent this 2016 harvest report yesterday evening: “2016 has

There’s (Good) Wine in the Mountains of Vermont

I just got back from three days immersed in the Vermont craft beverage world as part of my annual TasteCamp

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