A WINE TO CURE
Wine Inspiration: Turning sunlight into wine – I get to make it, and yet it makes itself – all part of the science, artistry, agriculture and magic of winemaking. Really, it is all I ever wanted to do.
Hobbies: Drinking good wine and enjoying good food, woodworking, running, swimming and gardening.
What I Do: It would be easier to say “What I don’t do at the winery.” You name it, I do it; from winemaking to wineglass polishing…
Wine Inspiration: Born in the cask and never left it; geography and history to try to know where I come from to trace my roots: Tannat and bad character
Hobbies: Talking, talking, thinking, dreaming and recreating the world every day. Also, biking and cooking.
What I Do: Taking care of people and inventing my world for tomorrow.
Wine Inspiration: The history, the science and the artistry that goes into every bottle of wine.
Hobbies: I enjoy cycling, golfing, fishing, skiing, cooking and sharing my feelings.
What I Do: I give small farmers and winemakers a voice in a market crowded with insipid factory wine.
We share the question "Where does the black donkey come from?"
Cyrille Conan was born in 1973 and grew up in Queens, NY to French immigrants. He is first generation American and is bilingual. He spent summers on his grandparent's farm in Brittany on and off until I was 18. He has dual-citizenship and identifies both as French and an American. This duality is apparent in his artwork. The graphic nature and grit of the work comes from growing up in NYC in the 80s and the love of nature distilled in him from spending summers in Brittany have transformed into this minimal, abstract street art.
Cyrille has been developing a vocabulary of various mark making, collage and textures to allow for the paintings to generate as honestly and intuitively as possible. Each layer informs and dictates the final composition until he finds a visual balance of form, color and repetition.
Cyrille graduated with a BFA in Painting from the Hartford Art School before planting his roots in Boston in 1998.
While his primary practice is still painting, he works in a variety of mediums and scales. He’s produced site-specific installations and murals in numerous states as well as local galleries and public spaces in Boston, including The Cyclorama, The MFA/Boston and City Hall. He currently works as a Preparator for the Design and Exhibition Department at the MFA/Boston.
I want to start by saying thank you for thinking of me and including
me in such year amazing project.
I really enjoyed hearing your story and how the Black Donkey Project came about.
This Project devoted me for a little while. As you know, I
working on several project at once. When I arrive in a dead
end in my studio, I start a new painting or work
on another. I had no direction on that, off to try to
work outside of colours and shapes, which I have
A friend-artist stop to my studio and tells me that he loves this
Painting. I told him that I am completely "stuck" with, and can’t find the solution.
He said to me as
There too much was going on and I have to make a drastic change to the composition .
The next day, I decide to do it. Known it was going to destroy it or worked and save it.
It was like a bolt of lightning... as soon as I painted out the
negative shape of that sphere, I saw that it was a (good) cell that is
reproducing itself. I would not have seen her if I had no tone
project on the brain. There is a movement... I almost wish
It is a moment that I like most in the studio. Is to have
hope that its going to market. It's completely "optimistic".
We race to have your PMC 2018 ready soon
This PRIMITIVO will give you goose bumps before you realize it.
Can't wait to see the future champion going through
Every time you open a bottle of wine from The Black Donkey Project, you help us come closer to a cure for pediatric cancer.
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Released in 2017 (Sold out)
From a vineyard that gave us it's last drops wine, "Via Ottimista" (the path of the Optimist) it is our way to share our passion for Nebbiolo in California. After a long aging in Oak casks, this limited wine is available to you now.
(1600 bottle produced)
Concentrated, bright garnet color. Aromas of violet, rose, tea, with red fruit and lightly savory. “Via Ottimista” Nebbiolo 2013 is delicious and accessible wine. Made in an earlier-drinking style, this wine is in a softer style, showing more texture on the palate. It’s no doubt it will please you and a broader range of your wine drinkers friends. To share this wine will provoke discussions of curiosity and passion. Drink well now with food.
“Vintners and growers throughout California reported another high quality and generous vintage in 2013. Following a warm and dry spring with near ideal conditions for bringing grapes to maturity, harvest was remarkably smooth and wineries are at capacity and working with some very high quality winegrapes.” Source: The Wine Institute
Jordan Piantedosi is an interdisciplinary maximalist artist based in Boston. She paints in oil, acrylic, and watercolor, she designs bizarre textiles for narrative-driven fashion collections created in collaboration with artist/designer/reality TV star Erin Robertson, and she writes and illustrates comics for Perfect Stars, a website she began in high school and has maintained with sporadic determination for twelve years. Her maniacal work explores humor, glamor, and adventure, with a brazen & campy ethos inspired by underground comics, high fashion, anime, video games, drag queens, biology & particle physics, top 40 hip-hop, and late nights endlessly browsing memes, nursing an entire jar of teddy peanut butter.
The Muse of Jordan for this Vintage
Melike means 'Queen' in Turkish.
This name makes the owner feel very special and privileged. They seem to be very well liked by most people and delightful company when they are happy. Can be headstrong. It may take some time to assist people in the pronounciation of the name.
" VIA OTT-EMIST-A"