For anyone else, cutting corners as a winemaker may mean crappy, bottom shelf wine. The irony is that for Matt Trevisan, even when he doesn't try too hard, his wines are phenomenal. Slacker wines rejoice in the art of cutting corners. They are not intended to be the center of attention, should stir no debates, spark no controversies, nor inspire any jealousies. If it does, we're doing it wrong. But whatever. It’s just wine. Enjoy it.
The labels makes use of gritty concert and lifestyle photos by Philip Andelman.
"Eagles may soar, but weasles don't get sucked in to jet engines."