The Color of Wine – Episode 7 – Bertony Faustin of Abbey Creek Vineyard

In this episode we had the privilege of speaking with Bertony Faustin of Abbey Creek Vineyard.  Born from Haitian immigrant parents and a transplanted New Yorker, Bertony has found not only his family, but his destiny in Oregon wine country. An Anesthesia Technician by trade, Bertony started his wine career like many, somewhat by accident.  It was the passing of his father in 2007 that ispired him to take that leap of faith as his family once did in the past.
Noting his in-laws had a small vineyard, he began exploring the potential of making his own wine and gradually launched  Abbey Creek Vineyard. Always a student and innovator, Bertony  is producing a documentary called Red, White & Black .The first recorded Black winemaker in Oregon, Bertony began the Red, White & Black journey to help identify and tell the stories of other minority winemakers. As the project has taken shape, more minorities in winemaking have surfaced and an important story has become ever more important.
Abbey Creek Vineyard is all Bertony, all his personality, style and grace. Get to know him and you know his wine.
For more information:
Instagram: @abbeycreekvineyard_winery
Facebook: Abbey Creek Vineyard & Winery
Twitter: @ACVineyard

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  1. Halifu May 10, 2017 at 12:10 pm - Reply

    You were all over this podcast, great job.

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