Good Earth Winery

At Good Earth Winery, our vision is the bring to market the best wines that India can produce; wines that bring recognition to India as an international wine region. Using innovative technologies, selective local grapes and an obsessive attention to technique, we bring you our best. Good Earth Winery was founded in 2007 with a vision to create wines that would bring recognition to India as an international wine region. Produced in the Nashik Valley, Good Earth Winery specifies viticulture and production processes under the supervision of Dr. Rajesh Rasal, who has over a dozen years of wine making experience and is the first person awarded a Doctorate of Philosophy in Oenology from an Indian University. Sold in Mumbai and other Indian cities for almost a year, the wine brand is now launching in the US market. Our first vintage has two collections: - 2008 Concerto Collection: Reserve reds ages in oak barrels for one year, Basso, a 100% Cabernet Sauvignon and Brio, 100% Shiraz. - 2008 Raga Collection: Aarohi, 100% Sauvignon Blanc Where our wines come from: The Nashik Valley, located approximately 175km northeast of Mumbai, is a region with many lakes and dams. In combination with an altitude of almost Read more »

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  • Sauvignon Blanc

    Sauvignon Blanc is widely grown in California -- at over 15,000 acres, it’s now the third most planted variety -- and...

  • Syrah

    The irony here is that Syrah’s origins could give Carmen Sandiego a run for her international wallet. Syrah’s deepest...

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

  • Sauvignon

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  • Not since my first thermoelectric wine cooler have I had a storage malfunction, until this week. I remember a few years back when EMark shared the story of his wine fridge collapse where multiple bottles were lost to breakage. Fast forward 4 years or so and I have an "Oh shit!" moment to share.I was looking for a bottle of wine to drink Monday n... Read More

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  • I recently had the chance to speak with Craig McAllister, La Crema Winery’s new head winemaker. He took the reins this past January. La Crema wines are much-loved by millions of wine drinkers in the United States for their artisan yet approachable bent. Here are some key notes from my chat with Craig.On becoming a winemakerCraig had a bit of a l... Read More

    From the article Ask the Winemaker: La Crema's Craig McAllister


  • Day 2 is again in Sonoma, mainly focused on downtown Healdsburg. We started out by meeting up with our friend Frankie Williams at her Toad Hollow tasting room.  First off, Frankie is as down to earth as they come, she came right out and told us that she doesn't want to be rich but just wants to make good wine and hopefully live a comfortable lif... Read More

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  • The CFO and I and four others are back in CA doing a weeks worth of tasting.  Today is the Sonoma Barrel tasting to be followed by a couple more days in Sonoma and two days in Napa. Reports to follow. Read More

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  • Esteemed wine critics like Robert Parker and Antonio Galloni employ gender-positive terms in their tasting notes without compunction. Masculine wines are commonly associated with structure and power, while feminine wines can be perceived as delicate and thin. Speaking about a trip to the Bandol region in the Financial Times, wine writer Jancis R... Read More

    From the article Does your wine have a gender?


  • Here in the United States we are on a first-name basis with our wine grapes. The majority of casual wine drinkers understand what “Merlot”, “Moscato”, and “Cabernet” mean. Nowadays “Pinot” and even “Riesling” are familiar pals too. This is largely because the United States and other New World regions label their wines by varietal rather than geo... Read More

    From the article The Rise of Non-Traditional Wine Blends


  • This is not your first Thanksgiving rodeo. It's not ours, either. We've brought you a panoply of Thanksgiving table wine suggestions over the past ten years. There was the time we assured you that Thanksgiving wines wouldn't break your bank. In fact, we've discussed Thanksgiving value wines time and time again. We've been here for you during Tha... Read More

    From the article The Ultimate Thanksgiving Wine List


  • Being aware of price points for most of the other varietals I have always wondered why the Pinot Noirs are always priced way ahead of the other varietals.It is almost impossible to purchase a Pinot Noir at the same price point/quality as a Cabernet Sauvignon for under $20Now I live in a region where both Cabernet Sauvignon (Washington State) and... Read More

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  • The election is over but the fun continues!  How far can our country be dragged down by 'fake news' and 'alternative facts'?  You be the judge... Read More

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  • This Thursday evening at Officine BRERA, I'll get a chance to taste some incredible wines. Well, they sure look incredible on paper anyhow.Champs1966 Bollinger 1999 Clos des Goisses  White Burgs2004 Leflaive Batard Montrachet 2004 Pierre Yves Colin Morey Chevalier Montrachet 2007 Sauzet Batard Montrachet 1999 Bouchard Chevlaier Montrachet  Red B... Read More

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