Mike Fiore was quoted in the November 2019 is featured in an article by Paul Vigna. An excerpt from the article follows.
“We still have plenty of Cabernet Sauvignon, about 3 acres,” he said. “We are in the process of replacing the pulled-out vines with Valvin Muscat and Traminette, which we planted last year. Then this coming year we will be planting Alvarinho and Barbera. I look forward to making a Ripasso of Chambourcin with the Barbera skins. That ought to make an incredible glass of wine. The reason why I am planting Valvin Moscat is to blend with Sangiovese and produce some rosé.”