Playing the Long Game

Jean-Louis Chave revives an overlooked vineyard in the St.-Joseph appellation of the Northern Rhône

Playing the Long Game
James Molesworth (Michelle McSwain Photography / The Vinum Collective)
From the Nov 30, 2019, issue

Jean-Louis Chave revives an overlooked vineyard in the St.-Joseph appellation of the Northern Rhône.

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