Vincent Van Gogh believed that most of his 800 or so paintings were failures (an assessment shared by most of the art world at the time). Today, even “minor” Van Gogh pieces are prized by museums and collectors. Novelist Pearl S. Buck once remarked that “some of the biggest failures I ever had were Continue Reading »
Philippe Gonet’s goal was to make a variety of vinegar no one else made: Vin Jaune. Vin Jaune is a unique, oxidized wine that sits in oak barrels for just over six years.