THE SOMM JOURNAL [Feb/March, 2020: Pgs. 47-49]
“Transformative Talks: Exploring the intersection of Californian and Burgundian pinot noir, Kosta Browne takes its seminars on the road.”
Pinot Talks is an international seminar series that explores Pinot Noir through the lens of California and Burgundy. Each event includes a blind tasting of both California and Burgundian Pinot Noirs with a distinguished panel of Master Sommeliers, Masters of Wine, Winemakers, and Wine Writers. The goal is to explore the similarities and differences in the wines from each location, with a focus on quality, winemaking and the modern challenges of each region. Our hope is that after each event, the audience will walk away from this experience enlightened, perhaps surprised and enthusiastic to continue the dialogue of California Pinot Noir among the industry at large.
Learn more about PINOT TALKS ›
KB Kitchen Series
THE SOMM JOURNAL [Aug/Sept, 2020: Pgs. 50-52]
“Dishing Up Creativity: Kosta Browne’s new digital series with Top Chef contestants gives homebound foodies something to salivate about.”
At Kosta Browne, we have long been connected to the culinary world, from our founders meeting in a restaurant, to hosting the best chefs from across the country cooking in our kitchen at the winery. In this special video series, The KB Kitchen Series with Top Chefs, we are partnering with our favorite celebrity chefs to bring their culinary talents into your home. Each week this series will feature a former chef contestant from the television show “Bravo’s Top Chef,” who will be preparing a custom dish and recipe paired with our wines.
Learn more about KB KITCHEN SERIES ›.
KB x Top Chef Collaboration Events (Part 1)
ASPEN – THE TASTING PANEL MAGAZINE [October 2019, Pgs. 66-67]
“Views From the Top: Making the rounds at the 2019 Food & Wine Classic in Aspen.”
Kosta Browne Peak Party Event at Aspen Food Wine Classic (June 2019): Guests invited to ride a 9000-foot chairlift to the top of Buttermilk Mountain in Aspen to enjoy sustainable bites prepared by Top Chefs alongside KB wines.
Learn more about KB X TOP CHEF PEAK PARTY ›.
KB x Top Chef Collaboration Events (Part 2)
REUNION: WINE SPECTATOR [Nov 2019, Online]
“Top Chef’ Alums Reunite for Kosta Browne Cook-Off.”
Top Chef Reunion Dinner at Kosta Browne Winery (Nov 2019): Six Top Chefs collaborated in the KB Kitchen to cook a memorable, 6-course meal of all locally sourced ingredients and perfectly paired KB library wines.
Learn more about KB X TOP CHEF REUNION DINNER ›.
Shore to Shore Film
Film Debuted at SXSW Film and Arts Festival in Partnership with Chef Andrew Zimmern – Aquaculture: Using Popular Media to Save Wild Salmon [March 2019]
Our Kosta Browne winemaker and the Hawaiian Chef of the Year set out on a journey from the Sonoma Coast to the Maui shore to capture a sense of place through their wine and food. “Shore to Shore” is the mini-documentary that follows these craftsmen to their respective backyards, highlighting how each draws immense inspiration through community, stewardship of the land, and their drive to push boundaries.
Learn more about SHORE TO SHORE ›.
“Experience California Wine Country in Style at These 9 Effortlessly Luxurious Vineyards” [March 2021]
A visit to Kosta Browne will result in two immediately beautiful surprises. First, you’ll wonder aloud how you never knew that the iconic cult label was produced in a building in plain sight at The Barlow, a game-changing outdoor mecca of food, wine, spirits, and craft stores in Sebastopol, California. The second is that once you’re quietly ushered into the serenely peaceful and immaculate greeting space that Kosta Browne has painstakingly designed, you’ll be handed a glass of seriously profound Champagne. Champagne in California wine country? That’s just the beginning of the “Observations Series” tasting experience.
RUE DAILY [March 2019]
“A New Look For Wine Country At Kosta Browne’s Tasting Gallery”
A collaboration between Wade Design Architects and Jennifer Robin Interiors, the space is designed around showcasing the winemaking process. Architect Luke Wade says, “Kosta Browne knew they wanted to create a mezzanine space overlooking a fermentation room and considerable time was spent contemplating the psychological impact of the journey up to the main space.