Pipette is the world’s first serious indie mag about natural wines.
Featured in Issue 8: City guides to Melbourne and Sydney; a long, fascinating interview with Austrian winemaking iconoclast Christian Tschida; a “day in the life” during harvest at Abruzzo winery Lammidia; a personal account of receiving a natural wine delivery by boat in Copenhagen; the story behind Australian winemaker Jordy Kay’s foray into compostable plastic wrap; the story of Jauma Wines’ new farm and yoga studio, also in Australia; a profile on Anders Frederik Steen and Anne Bruun Blauert; the story of Maria and Alex Koppitsch’s natural winery in the Burgenland; an in-depth article about how importers are considering labor ethics and transparency, and a poem for natural wine lovers.
Featured in Issue 7: The story of Frank Cornelissen's favorite local bar; an interview with one of Paris' quirkiest wine bar proprietors, Morgane Fleury of Fleury Champagne; an interview with American winemaker Abe Schoener about rehabilitating an untended Mission grape vineyard near Los Angeles; An interview with Ben Walgate of Tillingham Wines, UK; A feature on the bar and distillery Mezcaloteca, in Oaxaca City; Photo essay on Marsala low-intervention winemakers; An essay on inclusion of BIPOC in the U.S. natural wine scene; profiles of Milan Nestarec (Czech Republic); Marto Wines (Germany); Alessandro Viola, Sicily; Salvo Foti, Sicily; and Floral Terranes, a regenerative cider and natural wine project in suburban New York.
Featured in Issue 6: Long-form features on Commune of Buttons (Australia); Naboso (Slovakia); Trossen (Germany); and Maloof Wines (Oregon). As well, it holds an essay on natural wine culture in the U.S.; the stories behind June Bar; Loup Bar; and Lane Harlan's hospitality work in Baltimore; a personal essay about making natural verjus in California; an interview with comedian/winemaker Eric Wareheim; and city guides to Los Angeles and Paris.