It seemed like serendipity that Dr. Madaiah Revana would be coming to visit friends in Aspen, where I spend a good part of the summer. I liked the first couple of vintages from his Oregon vineyard, made by Lynn Penner-Ash, but I had not met the man behind them.
He wanted to show me the first bottling of a Pinot Noir, called Sitar, which will carry a series of beautifully-drawn labels honoring Dr. Revana’s Indian heritage and his love of music. My wife and I are devotees of the music festival here in Aspen, and a musically themed wine was too good a coincidence to pass up.
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