Pipette Magazine is an independent print magazine about natural wines, 3x/year, distributed globally and printed in Berlin. The magazine highlights small producers of natural wine, and the communities around them, through an edgy, contemporary perspective. Top quality, original journalism alongside unique illustration and photography.
Rachel Signer, editor, has been writing about the culture of natural wine for several years. Her work appears in Vogue.com, Vice MUNCHIES, PUNCH, Wine Enthusiast, Wine & Spirits Magazine, Sprudge Wine, and elsewhere. After living in New York for many years, she is now based in Australia with frequent travel to Europe.
Pippette ISSUE 7
Featured in Issue 7: The story of Frank Cornelissen's favorite local bar; an interview with one of Paris' quirkiest wine bar proprietors, Morgane Fleury of Fleury Champagne; an interview with American winemaker Abe Schoener about rehabilitating an untended Mission grape vineyard near Los Angeles; An interview with Ben Walgate of Tillingham Wines, UK; A feature on the bar and distillery Mezcaloteca, in Oaxaca City; Photo essay on Marsala low-intervention winemakers; An essay on inclusion of BIPOC in the U.S. natural wine scene; profiles of Milan Nestarec (Czech Republic); Marto Wines (Germany); Alessandro Viola, Sicily; Salvo Foti, Sicily; and Floral Terranes, a regenerative cider and natural wine project in suburban New York
Pippette ISSUE 6
This issue contains: long-form features on Commune of Buttons (Australia); Naboso (Slovakia); Trossen (Germany); and Maloof Wines (Oregon). As well, it holds an essay on natural wine culture in the U.S.; the stories behind June Bar; Loup Bar; and Lane Harlan's hospitality work in Baltimore; a personal essay by Julia Sherman about making natural verjus in California; an interview with comedian/winemaker Eric Wareheim; and city guides to Los Angeles and Paris.