It’s true! Our first printed fruits of the Sprudge Wine project is now available for shipping worldwide. Following a successful series of kick-off events in Portland, Los Angeles (with Bar Bandini) and Seattle (with L’Oursin), we’re now happy to offer copies of Sprudge Wine Year One available for wholesale or retail orders anywhere on the planet.
A single issue runs $10, and comes choc-a-bloc with original content and thought-provoking quotes. Smart and influential wine people like Alice Feiring, Jill Bernheimer, Isabelle Legeron, Marissa Ross, Kara Fowler, Deirdre Heekin, Campbell Burton, Lou Amdour, Matthew Kaner, Abe Schoener, Frank Cornelissen, Emily Brix Towe, and many more are interviewed in its pages. Cover art and illustrations throughout by Athens-based artist Tim Root. Features take us from Texas (La Cruz de Comal) to the Loire Valley (Noella Morantin) to Napa (Scribe Winery) and all points in-between, in original pieces of natural wine journalism by Dylan Tupper Rupert (Rookie, MTV News, Pitchfork), Emily Dilling (Paris Paysanne, My Paris Market Cookbook), Aaron Ayscough (Not Drinking Poison In Paris, NY Times, Paris By Mouth) and Sprudge co-founder Jordan Michelman (Willamette Week, Ten Speed Press).
Nothing would make us happier than to see our lil’ zine, with its cute (and sometimes drunk) anthropomorphic coffee bottles on the shelves of our favorite wine shops world wide. So we’re offering a special stockist rate: 5 copies for $40 or 10 copies for $75.
If you’re a Sprudge Wine reader, this is a great way for you to directly support our original natural wine journalism. It’s also, we hope, a really fun read—full of thought-provoking content, insights from our talented writing corps, and interviews that help capture the ever-changing moment of today’s wine scene.
Order your copy today! If you want more than 10 copies at a go, get in touch with us directly, and be sure to follow us on Instagram for stockist listings worldwide. Thank you for supporting Sprudge Wine.
Jordan Michelman is a co-founder of Sprudge. His writing has appeared in T Magazine, The New York Times, Seattle Metropolitan Magazine, and Willamette Week.