Documentary shorts — unscripted — featuring farmers, artisans, and others
As a 2nd generation owner, Alex Blosser, of Sokol-Blosser Winery says of their annual Fall harvest that it’s an intense time, only one chance to get the job done right.
As an Oregon winemaker, Andrew Rich knew he was within close proximity to two distinct grape growing regions: the Willamette Valley and Columbia Valley that afforded him certain advantages.
It’s that time of year to get your buckets ready and go pick your own fruit and/or vegetables.
Dick Shea came into farming later in life from an entirely different career path. He chose his Oregon vineyard property (Shea Wine Cellars) after six months of careful research, settling upon a 140-acre pasture in the Yamhill-Carleton District in Newberg.
The idea for the LIVE program (Low Input Viticulture and Enology) came about in the early 1990’s when it became clear to Ted Casteel there needed to be both an education and independent verification program based upon solid, science-based principles to promote sustainability practices to other producers.