Located in the Santa Cruz Mountains, Ridge has been making single-vineyard wine since 1962. Journey with Paul Draper into the history of the winery and the significance of the ’71 vintage in the Judgment of Paris.
At the turn of the century, Southern California had more vineyards than Napa, but Prohibition changed that. We take a trip to a secret vineyard that has not been tended to in decades to unravel a mystery.
We talk to experts and go deep into the cellars of one of the world's most celebrated and historic wineries, Château d'Yquem, as we attempt to solve the mystery of a possibly counterfeit bottle found in Los Angeles, California.
The winemaker and co-owner of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti is Aubert de Villaine. He is responsible for making some of the world's most expensive and sought after wines. Spend some time with him in the vines of Burgundy.
Jill and Steve Matthiasson have defied the norms of Napa since the moment they began making wine. By starting with farming, they have crafted a very different wine than many expect from the Napa Valley.
Hosted by Andrew Zimmern, we explore what it means to be authentic and who gets to cook what. Featuring Rick Bayless, Tanya Holland, Emiliana Puyana, and Michael Twitty. Conversations at Copia is a thought-provoking live talk series at the CIA at Copia in Napa that brings together the pioneers o...