Into the Earth: A Wine Cave Renaissance
March/April 2011 California Country magazine
Story by Kate Campbell
California's man-made wine caves—used for aging and storing wine—have their own emotional and environmental benefits. These amazing underground structures are becoming increasingly common in the state's grape-growing regions and Into the Earth: A Wine Cave Renaissance, by Daniel D'Agostini and Molly Chappellet, explains why in stories and high-quality photos. $50 in coffee-table edition. Order from local or online booksellers.