• FLC #23 - Francesco Scala / Azienda Agricola Scala

    FLC #23 - Francesco Scala / Azienda Agricola Scala

    The Scala family’s primary goal is to showcase excellent Calabrian wine. The focus on quality reigns supreme over large production volumes, so you can always be assured that you’re getting the best possible wine from them. As of 2016, all of the wines are certified organic, but the winery has been practicing low intervention and vinification methods for many years. The Scala wines are...
  • FLC #22 - Pablo Martinez Gago / Bodegas Casa Monte Pio

    FLC #22 - Pablo Martinez Gago / Bodegas Casa Monte Pio

    From Pablo Martinez Gago of Bodegas Casa Monte Pio: ‘We are conscious that the secret of a good wine is in the soil, to make the most out of our native varieties and to obtain the best grapes; each harvest we interpret the vineyards in a different way, considering each vine like a living being… Each bottle contains the mystery of a land and...
  • FLC #21 - Arnold Holzer / Eschenof Holzer

    FLC #21 - Arnold Holzer / Eschenof Holzer

    Arnold Holzer was 22 years old when he took over the 16-hectare family vineyard in the heart of Wagram, Austria. He and his brother Mathias are now the fourth generation to farm the Holzer land. The Holzer brothers are at the cutting edge of the new Austrian wine scene. Holzer has said that most Austrian wine stays in Austria, and historically the Austrian wines...
  • FLC#20 - Sashi Moorman / Evening Land

    FLC#20 - Sashi Moorman / Evening Land

    This FLC meet-up is a great opportunity to get insight into one of the most brilliant minds in the US wine scene. Sashi Moorman, a former chef turned brilliant winemaker, was working as a winemaking consultant whilst pursuing his own wine label. Things went from good for Sashi to great when he crossed paths with Raj Parr, the most sought-after sommelier in California. Their...
  • FLC#19 - Albert Canela & Mariona Vendrell / Succes Vinicola

    FLC#19 - Albert Canela & Mariona Vendrell / Succes Vinicola

    In 2011, Albert Canela and Mariona Vendrell created Succés Vinícola at the tender age of just 20! Using indigenous grapes from their native Conca de Barbera in Catalunya, Succes have forged an admirable reputation in the natural wine world. They were one of the first producers to vinify a still red wine from the native Trepat grape which was historically only used for adding...
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