"RETURN TO TERROIR"
 

Nicolas Joly invites you to the third RETURN TO TERROIR tasting in New York

Save the Date - March 6, 2006
The Altman Building, 135 West 18th Street

  • 10am-5pm: Press & Trade Tasting
  • 11:00-11:45: Round table “Terroir and biodynamics around the world”
  • 12:30-1pm: Nicolas Joly “Introduction to biodynamics”
  • 3pm-3:45pm: Round table “How to market BD wines?”
    Round tables moderated by Joshua Greene, Wine & Spirits magazine
And for those who want to further their understanding of Biodynamics and terroir, Nicolas Joly will lead a class 9:30-11:30 on 7 March (location t/b/d).

Admission:
  • Attendance is free to the trade and the press.
  • General Public, Winegrowers, Winery Personnel and Consultants: $200.
Pre-registration on: info@carbonniercommunications.com
Invitations will be sent in early February.

Return to Terroir/Renaissance des Appellations is a group founded by Nicolas Joly in 2001. All the participating wine-growers recognize that the relationship between soil and climate has a different "face" everywhere on earth and strive to express the unique characteristics of their special terroirs.

The group adhere to a strict Quality Charter concerning vineyard and cellar practices. The members of Return to Terroir/Renaissance des Appellations have applied biodynamic or organic vineyard practices on their entire domaines for at least 3 years and the exceptional quality of their wines meets the standards set by the founder and the directors of the group (N. Joly, O. Humbrecht, D. Léclapart, A.-C. Leflaive, P. Morey, Ph. du Roy de Blicquy, Raimond de Villeneuve).

Special thanks to:
Comté Cheese Association
OrganicWineJournal.com
Poland Spring Water
Riedel, the wine glass company, 1756-2006

Participants*:

Austria
Nikolaihof Wachau
Weingut Geyerhof

Australia
Castagna Vineyard
Cullen Wines
Jasper Hill Vineyard

Chile
Antiyal
Viñedos Santa Emiliana (VOE)

France
Alsace:
Domaine Marcel Deiss
Domaine Kreydenweiss
Domaine Martin Schaetzel
Marc Tempé
Domaine Zind Humbrecht
Domaine Ostertag
Bourgogne:
Domaine Michel Lafarge
Domaine A. et P. de Villaine
Domaine Giboulot
Domaine Pierre Morey
Domaine Trapet Père et Fils
Bordeaux:
Château Falfas
Château Lagarette
Château Le Puy
Château La Grolet
Champagne:
Champagne Bedel
Champagne Fleury
Champagne Léclapart
Jura:
Domaine André et Mireille Tissot
Languedoc – Roussillon:
Domaine Beauthorey
Domaine de Fontedicto
Domaine Gauby
Domaine du Traginer
Domaine Léon Barral
Loire:
Domaine Cousin
Clos de la Coulée de Serrant
Domaine de l’Ecu
Domaine Mossé
Domaine Saint-Nicolas
Domaine des Sablonnettes
Château Tour Grise
Provence:
Château de Roquefort
Château Romanin
Domaine Hauvette
Rhône:
Domaine Les Aphillantes
Domaine Pierre André
Clos du Joncuas
Montirius
Domaine de Villeneuve
Domaine Viret
Sud Ouest:
Domaine Le Bouscas

Germany
Weingut Hahnmülle
Freiherr Heyl zu Herrnsheim
Weingut Sander
Weingut Wittmann

Italy
Domaine Borc Dodon
Gabriele Buondonno
Fattoria Castellina
Casina di Cornia
Casina Degli Ulivi
Az. Agr. San Giusepe
Poggio Trevvalle
Tenuta di Valgiano

New Zealand
The Millton Vineyards

Slovenia
Movia

South Africa
Rozendal Farm

Spain
Albet I Noya
Mas Estela
Dominio de Pingus
Compañia de Vinos Telmo Rodriguez

USA
Araujo Estate
Robert Sinskey Vineyard
Frog’s Leap
Benziger Sonoma Moutain Estate
Coturri Winery
Bonterra McNab Ranch
Ceago Vinegarden
Patianna Organic Vineyard
Evesham Wood Le Puits Sec Vineyard
Cayuse Vineyards
Tres Sabores

* This list represents all the domaines who have agreed to participate as of February 1, 2006 and is subject to change. Most domaines will be represented by their principals.

For more information, please contact:
Jean-Louis Carbonnier, 212-216-9671,
http://carbonniercommunications.com/biodynamics/index.htm info@carbonniercommunications.com
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