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Dirty Radish is always thrilled to be recognized for our passion. Check out where we’ve been featured!

 
“The Color of Wine is a podcast that puts the spotlight on people of color in the wine industry.” Image courtesy of loveandvines.com

“The Color of Wine is a podcast that puts the spotlight on people of color in the wine industry.” Image courtesy of loveandvines.com

THE COLOR OF WINE PRESENTS: CHEVONNE BALL OF DIRTY RADISH

Recently named a Rising Star by SevenFiftyDaily, Chevonne Ball is a lover of all things Gamay. First bewitched by this intriguing grape almost ten years ago when she studied gastronomy and viticulture in Lyon France, she combines her experience of almost twenty years in fine hospitality with her passion to share the magic of Lyonnais culture and cuisine with her self-made business, Dirty Radish Travel Company.

I love Gamay Festival 2018 with a bottle of Brick House Gamay. Photo: Cheryl Juetten

I love Gamay Festival 2018 with a bottle of Brick House Gamay. Photo: Cheryl Juetten

Seven Fifty Daily Rising Stars

In our Rising Stars series, seasoned beverage professionals spotlight five of the most outstanding up-and-comers in their city—and discuss the mark each is making on the drinks scene.

Portland, Oregon, has been considered one of the country’s great restaurant cities for many years. It also has a thriving beverage scene—in part because there are so many great places to showcase creative cocktails and fine wines, and in part because of the entrepreneurial spirit and dedication to locally made, artisanal products that have always thrived here. 

Clipping Gamay from Brick House Vineyards to be used to make sausage Lyonnaise. Photo: Savannah Mills

Clipping Gamay from Brick House Vineyards to be used to make sausage Lyonnaise. Photo: Savannah Mills

How Beaujolais Transformed Chevonne Ball’s Life

For one Portland wine professional, escaping to France was an act of self-preservation—and an awakening. Written by Katherine Cole.

My favorite market in Lyon and one of my favorite veggies…radishes bien sur!

My favorite market in Lyon and one of my favorite veggies…radishes bien sur!

Sunday in Lyon

Sunday’s in Lyon mean a day spent at Marche Saint-Antoine. The largest market in Lyon and only on Sunday’s this outdoor market has it all. Fresh local produce, beautiful fresh-cut flowers, roasted chickens, local fromage and charcutiere line the Saone river. Can you smell it all?