Eduardo Brethauer is a journalist, writer and traveler. Author of the hilarious wine guide Vinos con Cuento. Owner and Wine Editor of Vitis Magazine. Member of the Circle of Wine Writers, La Commenda Major de Rosselló and Círculo de Cronistas Gastronómicos y de Vino de Chile. Founder of Vignadores de Carignan, a unique association of producers that reinvented a viticultural tradition of 5 centuries in Maule Valley. He doesn’t believe in scores. “They’re fuckin’ stupid”, claims. He and his brilliant collaborators are always seeking for character and identity. Their goal is to rescue and put in value wines, spirits and food treasures from forgotten corners of the world.
The Mexican Alfonso Cuarón has demolished all the walls, even those that still do not obtain financing. Roma is his most intimate film, the story of his childhood in Mexico City and his nana Cleo, masterfully played by Yalitza Aparicio, who had never been in front of a camera. And why make a neorealist film, in black and white, if we already have the great Rossellini? many people ask. And why not? I say uncorking another jewel: A Pinot Noir from de Côte-d'Or.