Conversation with Mike Bergin
Making bottles extraordinary with screen printing, etching and hand-painting
by Lance Cutler
Apr 2011 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Winemaking is a remarkably intricate process. Most of us agree the major work is done in the vineyard. Site selection, clones and rootstock, pruning and growing regimens determine how far a winemaker can go with the fruit. That said, once the fruit gets to the winery, there are innumerable decisions to be made, from whether to use native or commercial yeast, the types of crushing and pressing equipment to be used and which barrels or oak alternatives to employ. We work with designers and printer...
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