B.R. Cohn

A rock 'n' roll winemaker harvests olives from 100-year-old trees
Tim Fish
Issue: June 15, 2003

Bruce Cohn tugs a few black olives off a tree outside his winery and shakes them around in his palm. "You see how tiny these things are?" Cohn asks. "You don't get a lot of oil from these. That's Picholine for you.

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